October shows are now closed. We will be back in December with new shows! Email info@skam.ca for inquiries.

This year, SKAM is bringing our theatre to you with Pop-Up Theatre Home Delivery! Our Pop-Up theatre is transformed into an open-air stage on a flatbed truck, bringing shows all around the Greater Victoria Area.

Our October Pop-Up shows are 15 minutes and feature artistic shadow puppetry and evening storytelling suitable for all ages. You can book a show for your household, birthday or block party, community event, youth centre or family night – we do it all! 

Pop-Up Theatre Home Delivery has been featured in CHEK News, CTV, CBC, Times Colonist and more.

“Our group LOVED the show! The women are very talented. Theatre SKAM is a gem!”
– Daphne

“Thanks again for coming to our street! It was great to see all the neighbours out, and we had some good chuckles.”

“A great experience. Treat your neighbours, your family, your street. Very entertaining.”
– Sue

Show Descriptions

The Quest for the MoonThe Quest for the Moon is about a solitary young fox who is best friends with the Moon. When the moon disappears one night, the fox embarks on a journey to find his friend. Original Story and Shadow Puppetry by Olivia Wheeler.

Silly & Scary StoriesSilly & Scary Stories brings to life classic (and spooky!) folktales through the use of shadow play. Suitable for brave 7 year-olds and up.


Pop-Up Shows are by donation! If you want to see a show for free, that’s okay. A donation of $60 is what we think one show is worth, $100 covers the true production cost, and >$100 pays it forward so someone else can see it for free. You can donate here or we can provide you with a link upon booking. 

Location & Space Requirements

We currently serve Victoria, Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Saanich and View Royal – the five municipalities that contribute full shares to the CRD Arts Development Fund. If you live outside that boundary, make us an offer.

The Pop-Up Truck needs a relatively flat space of 30 feet/two car lengths to park and with six metres between the audience and performers.