Filming in Vancouver: Anna Kendrick, Allison Williams, Rachel Bilson, and more

Anna Kendrick sparkles as the daughter of Santa Claus in the Disney feature film Noelle.

Just as the holiday season ended and screen productions got back to set, a Christmas-themed feature film is finally wrapping itself up with a bow.

But something wicked this way comes: a creepy thriller about musical prodigies is headed into town, along with a new comedic cop series gearing up to shoot its first season.

Let’s take a look at what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene.

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Filming in Vancouver: Anna Kendrick, Allison Williams, Rachel Bilson, and more

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: Dec. 14, 2017

A happy Hanukkah weekend! Read on to find out how you spend the next few days  wandering through giant lanterns, watching The Nutcracker, learning about Solstice, having breakfast with Santa, running with elves, or being delighted by drag.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: Dec. 14, 2017

The Sleepy Girls X-Mas is a Drag Carol for All Ages in Vancouver

By Kendell Yan

If you haven’t been to a Sleepy Girls Show yet honey, then get those slay bells polished and sissy on down that snow-dusted lane to The Blenheim (Formerly the Displace Hashery) on December 17th because this is one you aren’t going to want to miss.

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The Sleepy Girls X-Mas is a Drag Carol for All Ages in Vancouver

Holiday Magic at the Sea to Sky Gondola (Free Prize Pack Giveaway!)

The Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish is now open for the winter season! Snow at the summit and the launch of a magical line-up of experiences during the Spirit of Christmas events schedule make it easy to celebrate the season in Squamish.

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Holiday Magic at the Sea to Sky Gondola (Free Prize Pack Giveaway!)

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: November 30, 2017

There is a whole lot to sing about in Vancouver lately, and a whole lot being sung this weekend. Both Stanley Park and VanDusen have come alight with thousands of bulbs, and you can see both while singing all the way on a karaoke trolley. Or have a listen to some powerful spoken word, a choir of protest songs,  or a symphony of Broadway show tunes.

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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: November 30, 2017

Vancouver Men’s Chorus Sings for LGBTQ2+ Charities at St. Paul’s Church

By Kendell Yan

As the year comes to a close and we look back at our behavior through the seasons, each and every one of us falls into either one of two categories: naughty or nice. At Christmas time there’s no denying our virtues (or lack thereof) because we know Santa Claus has been making that list. If you’re looking to repent through a boisterous sermon of song among a vaulted ceiling and stained glass, the Vancouver Men’s Chorus will be at the pulpit at St. Paul’s Anglican Church this December to sing to your fame and follies for all to hear. Don’t worry, you’re welcome either way.

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Vancouver Men’s Chorus Sings for LGBTQ2+ Charities at St. Paul’s Church

Christmas in Vancouver – The Inside Edition

When the cold (or wet) of Metro Vancouver’s Christmas season gets a little too much, it might be time to head indoors for a restorative warm-up. Luckily, there are dozens of undercover festive-season happenings to check out in and around the city – so long as you know where to go.

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Christmas in Vancouver – The Inside Edition