Chutzpah! Festival to Stream Music, Dance, Comedy and Theatre in November

The Chutzpah! Festival returns with an exciting lineup of performances this November 21-28, 2020, all available online, with special opportunities to attend intimate shows live-streamed from the stage of the Norman & Annette Rothstein Theatre. Continue reading:
Chutzpah! Festival to Stream Music, Dance, Comedy and Theatre in November

24th Eastside Culture Crawl Offers Customized Festival Experience with Live & Virtual Programming Options

“Hypebae” by Kayan Hamadeh. Image courtesy of the artist

Vancouver’s Eastside Arts District invites audiences to experience the creative resilience of the visual arts community during the newly expanded 24th annual Eastside Culture Crawl, taking place across two consecutive weekends: November 12–15 and November 19–22, 2020. Continue reading:
24th Eastside Culture Crawl Offers Customized Festival Experience with Live & Virtual Programming Options

Part III Programming of Vancouver Fringe Mini Festival

The Vancouver Fringe Theatre Society has released the programming for the Fringe Festival’s third offering, which takes place from Thursday, October 29 to Sunday, November 8 on Granville Island at Performance Works with a maximum capacity of 50. Continue reading:
Part III Programming of Vancouver Fringe Mini Festival

BC Culture Days Announces Expanded, Cross-Country Virtual Celebration of Arts & Culture

Sacred Circle Steppers by Mary Matheson

BC Culture Days, an annual Arts Event covering multiple artist disciplines, has announced its 2020 festival programming, offering art lovers an all-access pass to events taking place across BC and Canada, whilst also enhancing accessibility & diversity through month-long offerings of free, inclusive activities hosted in-person and online. Continue reading:
BC Culture Days Announces Expanded, Cross-Country Virtual Celebration of Arts & Culture

4 Events You Don’t Want to Miss at the Queer Arts Festival

Image from The Queen In Me performance by Teiya Kasahara

It’s the 50th anniversary of Stonewall this year, and you bet we’ll be celebrating the strides the LGBTQ2IA communities have made with events across Vancouver all season. Beyond the celebrations, Pride is also very much about advocating for love and acceptance where, as a society, we can do better.

The Queer Arts Festival is one such cross-section of celebration and advocacy. It’s your chance to be a part of an arts festival that pushes boundaries, asks questions, and supports a loud and powerful community of artists.

Here are 4 events during the Queer Arts Festival you’ll want to check out:

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4 Events You Don’t Want to Miss at the Queer Arts Festival

Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival Kicks Off

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A scene from Romeo and Juliet

The familiar red and white tents set up in Vanier Park mean only one thing – that one of the city’s favorite summer festivals is well under way. Continue reading:
Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival Kicks Off

Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend
This Friday to Sunday is packed with arts, community festivals, live music.. and the Celebration of Light!  Read on for our top picks for things to do in Vancouver this weekend.

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Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend