Arts & Music
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Welcome to Blue Frog Studios, the world famous multi-media recording studios and event venue located in the quaint beachside community of White Rock, BC (just south of Vancouver).
This world-class studio has been home to many recordings by international and award winning recording artists. This 5000 square foot studio complex is known for its pristine acoustics, state-of-the-art technology, a creative, relaxing atmosphere and an unparalleled production team .
Parallax Film Productions delivers classic factual and dramatic programs to broadcasters around the world. We produce content in Ultra High Definition 4K and 3D for multiple media platforms and are specialists in treaty co-productions.
We’re also on the forefront of 3D filming. We successfully shot, edited, and delivered the implosion of the Fonte Nova Stadium in Salvador, Brazil for the explosive demolition series Blowdown in stereoscopic video.
Founded by Ian Herring in 1997.
A community organization dedicated to preserving and promoting local history and culture. Our Museum is located in the historic White Rock Train Station building on the beach. Residents and visitors can learn about our history, and at the same time enjoy a walk along the promenade, pier, or visit one of the many shops and restaurants along Marine Drive.
About Our Theatre
Founded in 1944, the volunteer-based White Rock Players’ Club is a nonprofit with an established history that spans 68 years and more than 350 theatre productions.
In 1958, the White Rock Players’ Club won the Dominion Drama Festival, which was the first time a community theatre had won the title of “Canada’s Best Theatre Club.” The White Rock Players used the prize money, along with funds raised within the White Rock community, to purchase a building on Johnston Road.
On March 12, 1960, the first performance opened in the new White Rock Playhouse. It was a great success and the White Rock Players never looked back: by 1966, they paid off the building and from that point on, have been able to operate almost grant-free.
In 2004, to celebrate the club’s 60th anniversary, a project was launched to renovate the White Rock Playhouse with the help of the Rotary Club of White Rock. It re-opened in 2006 with a new lobby, auditorium and balcony along with 220 new seats.
Today, the White Rock Players’ Club is still a much-loved community theatre, producing five shows a year, which include comedies, thrillers, dramas and the ever-popular Christmas Pantomime.