Harvest Haus and the PNE are Hosting the Biggest Harvest Celebration in Canada this Fall

Harvestland hits the PNE this October.

Harvest Haus, Vancouver’s flagship Oktoberfest party, has joined forces with the Pacific National Exhibition (PNE) to present Harvestland – the biggest harvest celebration in Canada.

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Harvest Haus and the PNE are Hosting the Biggest Harvest Celebration in Canada this Fall

Celebrate April in Vancouver with Paris-style Gypsy jazz

Deanna Knight and the Hot Club of Mars perform as part of April in Paris: A Gypsy Jazz Festival.

Van Django, the Hot Club of Mars, The Bills and The Lawless Firm perform as part of April in Paris: A Gypsy Jazz Festival.

The three-day event takes place April 26-28 at St. James Hall (3214 West 10th Ave.). Find out more below.

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Celebrate April in Vancouver with Paris-style Gypsy jazz

“Moving Still” Traces Evolution of Self-portraiture Photography in India

“Moving Still”, courtesy Vancouver Art Gallery.

Contemporary photography in India has been on the rise since wealthy figures like the Maharaja of Jaipur – India’s first “Photographer Prince” – started snapping “selfies” in royal court in the 1800s. The fascinating historical journey that traces the evolution of self-portraiture photography is explored in-depth at the Vancouver Art Gallery’s new exhibit, Moving Still: Performative Photography in India, running April 19 to September 2.

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“Moving Still” Traces Evolution of Self-portraiture Photography in India

A Tale of Love and Artistry at Vancouver Civic Theatres’ Annex (Review)

There’s something thrilling about witnessing the unfolding of a love story, especially a tragic one, on stage.

A play is underway at the Vancouver Civic Theatres’ Annex that is sure to have you caught up in the complex negotiations of a difficult relationship, all set to haunting violin music.

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A Tale of Love and Artistry at Vancouver Civic Theatres’ Annex (Review)

Playland Amusement Park opens next month for 2019 season

Playland 2019

Playland Vancouver. Photo credit: Remy Scalza

The first real sign that summer is just around the corner comes with the opening of the much-loved Playland Amusement Park. Since first opening in 1910, Playland has hosted millions of thrill-seekers of all ages every year.

Once known as “Happy Land” (which name do you prefer?), Playland is open throughout the spring, summer, and into the fall. For 2019, Playland will be officially opening for the season on Saturday, May 4, 2019.

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Playland Amusement Park opens next month for 2019 season

Throne and Games puts the audience on the Iron Throne

Throne and Games: The Last Laugh.

Seems like you can’t swing a dead dragon these days without hearing about the season finale of Game of Thrones. Leave it to Vancouver TheatreSports to bring back their popular improv version of the HBO series with Throne and Games—The Last Laugh.

The show runs April 26 – June 15 (Thurs-Sat) at the Improv Centre on Granville Island. See below to find out more.

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Throne and Games puts the audience on the Iron Throne

Croatia, India and Canada Headline the 2019 Honda Celebration of Light

Summer’s most sizzling celebration returns with three nations engaged in a pyrotechnics battle that promises to dazzle and delight viewers of all ages.

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Croatia, India and Canada Headline the 2019 Honda Celebration of Light