Supergirl’s Powerful LGBTQ Storylines are Filmed in Vancouver

Supergirl’s empowering storylines are making waves – after all, since its launch in 2015 the filmed-in-Vancouver Netflix show has introduced inspirational female superheroes, a badass CEO who uses her status to help other women, and lesbian and transgender characters whose screen time and storylines are treated just as intricately and meaningfully as heterosexual characters’.

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Supergirl’s Powerful LGBTQ Storylines are Filmed in Vancouver

Review: Deep Into Darkness Ramps Up the Victorian Horror

Sydney Doberstein (left), Laura Carly Miller (centre), Leah Beaudry (right); Photo Credit: Taylor Kare

The world premiere of Deep Into Darkness, an immersive theatre experience at The Cultch (1895 Venables Street), is now running until August 25, 2019.

The production, centred on the final crazed days of writer Edgar Allan Poe, takes audiences on an uncanny journey into the nooks and crannies of the theatre space.

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Review: Deep Into Darkness Ramps Up the Victorian Horror

LocoMotoArt presents S.P.A.C.E = Spirits, People, Animals, Creatures and Echoes

Image credit: Loco Moto Art

LocoMotoArt will present their inaugural summer themed Artists in Community event at McBride Park Fieldhouse and park area August 16, 2019, blending visuals and sound works under the theme of S.P.A.C.E: Spirits, People, Animals, Creatures and Echoes.

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LocoMotoArt presents S.P.A.C.E = Spirits, People, Animals, Creatures and Echoes

Classic Ballet Giselle Meets Tinder at the Vancouver Playhouse

Image of Catherine Hurlin in @giselle. Photo by Craig Foster.

When Giselle, the classic ballet, was first performed in Paris in 1841, its choreographers, Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, and composer, Adolphe Adam, probably never imagined how romance would be transformed nearly two centuries later.

The Vancouver Playhouse hosts the world premiere of a 21st century rendering of Giselle that explores how technology and social media have altered how love and relationships are formed, bloom, and sometimes come apart.

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Classic Ballet Giselle Meets Tinder at the Vancouver Playhouse

Six concerts to see in Vancouver this August

Hayes Carll plays the Biltmore Cabaret Aug. 31.

With all the festivals and multi-act lineups, it’s easy to lose sight of individual concerts going on in the summer. Vancouver has plenty to crow about in this regard, and here are six shows we think are worth checking out. They range from the psych-rock engine of King Gizzard to the Mad Magazine of popular music, Weird Al, to B.C. darling Carly Rae Jepsen.

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Six concerts to see in Vancouver this August

10 of the best photos (so far) from Honda Celebration of Light 2019

The Honda Celebration of Light 2019 has not disappointed. India and Canada have raised the bar with their spectacular performances, that attracted thousands of people to Vancouver shorelines.

While we wait for the arrival of the final show (Saturday, August 3rd), created by a Croatian team, here are the 10 ten photos from last two shows.

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10 of the best photos (so far) from Honda Celebration of Light 2019

Get funky at the free outdoor Public Disco Laneway Series this summer in Vancouver

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Vancouver’s favourite travelling street party is back this August and September with three upcoming events that are free, licensed, and all ages!

Dust off your dancing shoes and get ready to have an amazing time courtesy of the Public Disco. These events work to connect participants through music and dancing in unique public spaces on August 10, 31, and September 29.

Unlike the disco parties of yesteryear, the public disco is a fun and funky all-ages good time in an outdoor public setting – so everyone is invited!

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Get funky at the free outdoor Public Disco Laneway Series this summer in Vancouver