Parliamentary Players Program

Parliament Past and Present Travelling Plays

Each summer, these fun and family-friendly performances take visitors around the grounds of the Legislative Assembly and even back through time! The Travelling Plays are a perfect complement to your guided tour of the Parliament Buildings, so plan to include this as part of your visit.

The Travelling Plays have ended for this summer. We look forward to seeing you again in 2023.

​​Traveling Play Information

There are two plays being offered: 

My Place in Politics

Riley Erskine is running for student council, but it is a big challenge. Luckily, Riley travels back to 1947 and meets inspiring people from British Columbia’s history. Will they help Riley build enough confidence to succeed? Find out in My Place in Politics!

A House for Democracy

A young architect struggling for ideas travels through time and meets the notorious designer of the Parliament Buildings, Francis Mawson Rattenbury. Together, they learn all about what it means to build a House for Democracy!

Accessibility Information    

The Travelling Plays take visitors around the exterior of the Parliament Buildings, but are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs and scooters, those with limited mobility, and young children in strollers. 

If you have any questions about your mobility needs, please ask a Tour Guide for more information.

Interested in Working as a Parliamentary Player?

​​​​​Each summer, the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia hires college and university students to deliver the Travelling Plays to the thousands of school children and visitors from around the world who visit the Parliament Buildings.  

Applicants are asked to complete and submit an application form, as well as a cover letter, resume, and proof of registration in a post-secondary institution.
Recruitment typically takes place in December and January each year. Please visit our Job Postings page at that time for information and to apply.