Dance

A look at some naughty (and lots of nice) events in Vancouver this week

As always, BeeVancity is excited to bring you the best events of the week. But there's something else we're excited about - we've just been nominated for the Best Events Blog of Vancouver at the 2011...

North America’s largest bhangra festival to liven up Vancouver's streets

International teams compete for $10,000 in prizes at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on May 14, 2011.

La Chambre Blanche: daring, drama and spectacle

O Vertigo's most important dance work offers a compelling study of nine people in captivity, and the chaos and vulnerability that ensue.

Hairspray celebrates diversity with a big heart and even bigger hair

Vancouver Arts Club's feel-good musical showcases talent, snappy tunes, stellar choreography -- and Jay Brazeau in drag. What more could you ask for in a summer musical?

It's all about the music | BeeVancity top event picks for May 5-11

So the campaigning and voting is all over. Regardless of how you feel about the outcome, give yourself a pat on the back if you went out and voted! We're excited for Elections Canada to release their...

Bee Vancity Easter events: Earth Day, Whistler Festival, Bunny Bender and more

Welcome to our "Easter Bender" edition. With each week, the number of events just keeps growing. Did anyone check out last week's Make It! craft show? If you missed it, check out their Flickr page to...

Ballet BC's 25th anniversary celebration

Ballet BC's 25th Anniversary Celebration is decidedly au courant and refreshingly contemporary. Ballet BC with an edge, if you will.

Riverdance brings Irish dance fusion to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Riverdance opened at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre April 7 to a sell out crowd. It's always a pleasant surprise to find a show that delivers so much more than expected. Such was the case for...

Rollergirls, Crazy 8s, a Silent SkyTrain Dance Party and a whole lot more

So, did you bash some pillows last weekend? Check out the Pillow Fight Flashmob Video (There was even a horseyman!) You never know what happens when you follow the Bees. Some great picks for you...

Acclaimed in New York, MOVE: the (dance) company hits its stride in Vancouver

At two, Josh Beamish, was already enrolled in  dance classes.  When Beamish turned sixteen, he made the move from Edmonton to Vancouver to train in ballet at Pacific Dance Arts and the...