Tickets on Sale for 2021 Bard Digital Season & Feature Film

Bard on the Beach Done/Undone by Kate Besworth

Charlie Gallant & Harveen Sandhu, Done/Undone (2021). Photo & Image Design – Emily Cooper

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival is unveiling a 2021 Season with online programming designed to engage both its existing Festival community and reach out to new audiences across Canada and beyond. The 2021 lineup is highlighted by a bold new venture for Western Canada’s biggest Shakespeare festival – the world premiere of a new play, Done/Undone, commissioned by Bard, produced as a feature film and available on demand on a state-of-the-art digital platform. Tickets for Done/Undone go on sale on July 14 at 1pm PT at bardonthebeach.org.

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Tickets on Sale for 2021 Bard Digital Season & Feature Film

Vancouver Neighbourhoods: Kitsilano

Welcome to dazzling Kitsilano! (Tourism Vancouver/Tanya Goehring)

In the ‘60s, beachside Kitsilano was considered Vancouver’s hipster hangout; today, the neighbourhood has flourished into a trendy hub appealing to sun-worshippers, yogis, wellness warriors and shopaholics alike (it’s also the birthplace of global yoga brand lululemon athletica). Kitsilano is a healthy combination of parks, beachfront, the shopping mecca of West 4th Avenue, cozy coffeeshops and eclectic eateries.

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Vancouver Neighbourhoods: Kitsilano

Take in the Fireworks While Enjoying a Gourmet Bard-B-Q at Vanier Park

photo: Jason Keel

If you’re looking for a new viewpoint for the Honda Celebration of Light this year, booking one of the Bard-B-Q & Fireworks nights at Bard on the Beach in Vanier Park is the perfect experience for you!

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Take in the Fireworks While Enjoying a Gourmet Bard-B-Q at Vanier Park

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

Top 4 Summer Fests in Vancouver: Celebration Season Has Begun!

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During the winter and spring, the weather in Vancouver can be just a tiny bit overcast. (We are a coastal rainforest, after all.) But come June, the clouds part, the temperature rises and the locals are ready to party.

Summer is celebration season in Vancouver, when the city buzzes with outdoor festivals, street parties, live music, parades and more. Here are five can’t-miss celebrations in Vancouver this summer.

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Top 4 Summer Fests in Vancouver: Celebration Season Has Begun!