Early Music Vancouver presents its first ever Vancouver Bach Festival, taking place in the heart of the city at the Christ Church Cathedral this August 2nd to 12th, 2016. The festival offers local enthusiasts a veritable ‘Best of’ collection of the German composer’s masterworks, from exquisite chamber music to monumental orchestral undertakings. This is also […]
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Township 7 Vineyards and Winery present Bard in the Valley at their South Langley Winery. Enjoy an evening among the vines with a delightful Shakespearean battle of the sexes comedy, the Taming of the Shrew. Bard in the Valley Where: 21152 16th Ave (at 212 St in Langley) When: July 15 & 16 at 7:00pm […]
There are two types of people in this modern world: Those who use “LOL” and those who use “Ha Ha Ha” when replying to something funny with email or text message. I’m in the “Ha Ha Ha” camp, because I feel that unless I’m truly laughing out loud, I shouldn’t be implying that I am […]
Bard on the Beach is one of Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare festivals and every summer it brings an outstanding caliber of performances to the waterfront in Vancouver. This season there’s a classic telling of Romeo and Juliet, Othello, and Pericles along with the Merry Wives of Windsor which set in Windsor, Ontario circa 1968. […]
The 34th annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (“Jessies”) were handed out in Vancouver last night, to a jubilant and artful crowd at the Commodore Ballroom. The past season of theatre, both large and small, for young audiences, and musicals, was celebrated and special awards were handed out to honour patrons, newcomers, and those who make […]
Tickets for the 75th season of Theatre Under the Stars (“TUTS”) are now on sale, presenting Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and West Side Story in Stanley Park’s picturesque Malkin Bowl. On alternating evenings, audiences will be swept away by these classic love stories – one, a beloved fairytale brimming with magic and mystery, and […]