Archive of posts tagged "Orpheum"

FIELD in Ackery’s Alley: Transform Another Vancouver Alley


Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 — 8:48am PDT
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There’s a proposal in the works to transform another one of Vancouver’s alleys into an interactive art installation. On the heels of Alley-Oop, which was reimagined into a vibrant pink and yellow park by More Awesome Now, the next project is the alley behind the Orpheum Theatre, located off Granville Street. Ackery’s Alley Ivan Ackery […]

Self-Guided Tours of the Orpheum in Vancouver


Tuesday, June 13th, 2017 — 10:56am PDT
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This summer Vancouver Civic Theatres is offering self-guided tours of the Orpheum, one of the most beautiful concert halls in North America. For 90 years the Orpheum theatre on Granville Street has been far more than an iconic neon sign. Hosting concerts, comedy showcases, the VSO, and even my high school commencement ceremony, this gorgeous […]

Gatsby’s Night Out at the Orpheum


Thursday, September 1st, 2016 — 1:01pm PDT
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The historic Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver is hosting a very special event in celebration of Culture Days this month. Gatsby’s Night Out at the Orpheum invites you to put on your flapper dresses, cuffed trousers, and two-toned shoes and head over for a charming evening full of free, spectacular entertainment. Gatsby’s Night Out at the […]

Win Tickets to Sharon, Bram and Friends Live at The Orpheum


Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 — 8:59am PDT
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Legendary Canadian performers, Sharon and Bram, are bringing their sing-along concert to Vancouver at the end of the summer. They’re known for such well-loved favourites as “She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain”, “Five Little Monkeys”, “One Elephant”, “Tingalayo”, and, of course, “Skinnamarink”. Where: Orpheum Theatre (601 Smithe St at Seymour, Vancouver) When: Sunday, September 18, […]

Tour The Orpheum This Summer


Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 — 10:14am PDT
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The BC Entertainment Hall of Fame is giving you the chance to tour The Orpheum Theatre this summer. Take a 90-minute guided walk around the “Grand Old Lady of Granville Street” and learn about all of the city and entertainment history it contains (and maybe a ghost story or two). 1946: The Orpheum on Granville. […]