The Cultch Announces its Fall 2020 Season

The Cultch, Vancouver’s most diverse and innovative arts and cultural hub, has announced its Fall 2020 Season. The past few months have made it clear that The Cultch isn’t just a place, it’s a community. It’s more than a historic church and a former movie theatre—it’s a vibrant and resilient community of artists and arts lovers. Continue reading:
The Cultch Announces its Fall 2020 Season

Transgender Vancouver Artists Collaborate in ‘Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women’

By Rachel Rosenberg

From March 12–21, 2020, join performers Josie Boyce, Carolynn Dimmer, Amy Fox, Quanah Napoleon, Morgane Oger, Sabrina Symington and Julie Vu at Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova Street). These extraordinarily talented transgender women come to the show from a variety of backgrounds; with resumes boasting varied professional experiences such as musician, writer, actor, mental health worker, tech industry consultant and a Miss International Queen contestant.

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Transgender Vancouver Artists Collaborate in ‘Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women’

5 Inter-Cultural Highlights of Vancouver’s PuSh Festival

Skyborn: A Land Reclamation Odyssey | Image by Emily Cooper

By Rachel Rosenberg

PuSh, Vancouver’s international performing arts festival, runs from January 21–February 9, 2020. It’s an exciting and unique event, giving audiences the chance to experience a variety of local and international performances. These five shows highlight the work of artists with incredible vision and diverse backgrounds.

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5 Inter-Cultural Highlights of Vancouver’s PuSh Festival

Interview with Local Vancouver Director, Writer, and Actor: Alison Ward

Photo credit: Ray McEachern

By Rachel Rosenberg

Alison Ward is a Vancouver-based actor, director and writer; her very moving one woman show, No Gold Star, is her true story about coming out at the age of 35 after spending years married to a man and identifying as straight.

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Interview with Local Vancouver Director, Writer, and Actor: Alison Ward

Poly Queer Love Ballad Explores an Unconventional Romantic Narrative

Poly Queer Love Ballad

Image by Emily Cooper

By Rachel Rosenberg

Poly Queer Love Ballad will definitely resonate with romantics. A self-described “slam musical”, it sold out at Vancouver Fringe Festival last year before being snapped up by the Queer Arts Festival. Premiering March 5, the show’s narrative follows Nina and Gaby as their passionate coupledom develops.

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Poly Queer Love Ballad Explores an Unconventional Romantic Narrative

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

Kids in Vancouver: Make A Big Splash With Peppa Pig!

Not only are most parents of toddlers familiar with the popular British animated series, Peppa Pig, but most can also hum the tune of the opening song, name all of Peppa Pig’s pals, and even mimic the accents of the cute little pig family characters. This is because the show has become a favourite amongst young boys and girls, regularly gracing TV screens in households around the world.

For the first time ever, Peppa Pig and her crew of critters will be bringing their theatrical tour to Canada, performing live on stage right here in Vancouver, BC! Find out how you and your super-fan tots can make a splash with Peppa and her pals here in the city by the sea.

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Kids in Vancouver: Make A Big Splash With Peppa Pig!