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Arts Beat


Mary Walsh's Dancing with Rage does battle at the Firehall Arts Centre

“I’m desperately ashamed that I’m in this costume when everyone else is wearing Burberry," admits Walsh.

One-man King Lear blasts cultural boundaries using Peking Opera and modern theatrical techniques

Distilling the 16 characters of King Lear into a one-person show is no mean feat.

Walking Projects tells compelling city stories in a guided tour

There are three events associated with "Walking Projects: Vancouver, crawling, weeping, betting” and all of them are fascinating and free. battery opera performance and Unit/Pitt Projects presents...

Robinson Crusoe panto in Surrey brings Christmas fun for families

Looking for a fun event for the whole family this holiday season? Check out Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates,  a spirited show that brings the British panto tradition to life in all its...

Shay Kuebler's "Karoshi" physically explodes the chasm of east and west

Karoshi-death by overwork- releases your inner tortured worker bee. The Dance Centre presents the Global Dance Connections series.

Bad Boys of Dance combines every genre imaginable for a rollicking good time

Bad Boys of Dance, including hometown boy Alexei Geronimo, goes airborne.

Ballet BC's In/verse shows breathtaking choreography by Jacopo Godani.

Cutting-edge contemporary ballet featuring international choreographers comes to Vancouver.

Arts Club's White Christmas: The Musical

Throw on your favourite Christmas sweater and get ready for a White Christmas, like no other.

Arts Club's It's A Wonderful Life brings spirit of the season to Granville Island

Arts Club Theatre Company is about to make your life even more wonderful, with its much-adored production of It’s A Wonderful Life.

Aszure Barton's Awáa floods with emotion and rhythmic heart

Contemporary dance is not always a linear journey to story, but is rather an expression of the choreographer’s and dance artists’ emotional states and internal voices. In Aszure Barton’s Awáa ...
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