Renowned folk group Anda Union will captivate Canadian audiences for the first time at the Chan Centre on March 26th, with their stirring, mystical sounds from Inner Mongolia. Playing rare traditional instruments, including the horse head fiddle and the two-string lute, the nine-member group blends haunting throat singing and stunning harmonies to conjure visions of […]
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The Firehall Arts Centre is proud to produce and present Mary Vingoe’s Refuge from March 18th to April 1st, 2017. Refuge at the Firehall Arts Centre Where: The Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova, Vancouver) When: Opening Night: March 22 at 8:00pm Previews: March 18, 8:00pm, March 19, 3:00pm, March 21, 7:00pm, March 22, 1:00pm […]
Vancouver’s legendary Theatre Under the Stars (“TUTS”) has announced that its 2017 summer season will include performances of Mary Poppins and The Drowsy Chaperone. This pair of Broadway blockbusters will make for a music-filled summer at Stanley Park’s scenic Malkin Bowl, running July 7th to August 19th. Theatre Under the Stars 2017 For more than […]
Ballet BC continues its dynamic 31st season at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. To celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Canada, four unique voices in contemporary dance in Vancouver will honour this special occasion with a BC-inspired evening of works in collaboration with local designers and artists. Solo Echo. Photo Michael Slobodian Ballet BC Program […]
Master story tellers, Monster Theatre, have created a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, making it understandable, joyful, and highly entertaining. This is a perfect opportunity to introduce kids not only to live theatre but to Shakespeare. Monster Theatre takes this Shakespeare classic that is a hilarious tale of fairies, love potions and […]
Following their Canadian premiere at the Vancouver International Dance Festival (“VIDF”) in 2015, Japan-based ensemble, Dairakudakan, returns with their newest work – Paradise – at the Vancouver Playhouse. Proudly presented as part of VIDF 2017, the visual tour-de-force drives audiences on an absurd, haunting hunt for the elusive concept of paradise. Dairakudakan’s Paradise at VIDF […]