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Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant hit the mark with CEMETERY JUNCTION
It's about the struggle to crack the mold and break away to a better life.
Aug 20th, 2010
GREASE is coming; get tickets in advance
The stage sensation GREASE is coming to Vancouver and here's your chance to get tickets in advance!
Aug 18th, 2010
Welcome to the First Weekend Club
The industry was been really supportive of First Weekend Club. We've got a lot of major partners on board. That speaks volumes. They see that we're making a difference in the film industry and they're
Jul 29th, 2010
A day at the Beach with Falstaff and Henry V
it was a very touching scene where the two men embrace, and if you could feel the pulse of the audience at that moment, it would have shown that their hearts had moved to their throats.
Jul 23rd, 2010
KOOZA, a sweet treat from Cirque du Soleil
The crowd participated from start to finish, and the buzz afterwards was electric. It was a great show and the performances were outstanding. It was good to see something so pure and simple hold its o
Jul 23rd, 2010
The Lion King at Queen Elizabeth Theatre
The Lion King opened July 13th at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. As I took my seat on the opening night of The Lion King I have to admit that I was curious as to how this show would hold up against...
Jul 16th, 2010
Kids line up for Despicable Me
They were having such a good time, fully engrossed, and entirely uninhibited in the expression of their sympathies towards these characters.
Jul 13th, 2010
Lion King roars into town July 13 - Aug 8
It is said this show is so extraordinary, you'll be talking about it for years to come.
Jul 12th, 2010
Socializing with the Celluloid Social Club
Paul Armstrong is one of those entrepreneurs who creates something not just as a business venture, but to better his community as a whole. It was both insightful and inspiring to hear what he had...
Jul 8th, 2010
25 years and still going strong with the Vancouver International Jazz Festival
It was a jaw dropping show that commanded mid-performance ovations throughout. The crowd couldn't get enough of these people: jumping out of their seats after each solo.
Jul 6th, 2010