The Cultch

Love and death intertwine in Blackbird Theatre's "The Rivals"

Captain Jack and Lydia in a clinch as Lucius looks on in chagrin. Photo by Blackbird Theatre
WCR Ltd.’s Barry Glotman and Gordon Diamond with Heather Redfern and staff.

West Coast Reduction’s gift to Cultch benefits entire arts community

Vancouver's family owned The Cultch received a monumental gift from their longest standing corporate partner, West Coast Reduction Ltd.
Jack and the Beanstalk: An East Van Panto at the newly restored York Theatre

Giggles galore at Jack and the Beanstalk: An East Van Panto

Review of Jack and the Beanstalk: An East Van Panto at the newly restored York Theatre

Robert Leveroos brings two plays on destruction, rebirth and family to the Green House Basement at The Cultch

Robert Leveroos brings Safe/Guard and Feast to the Greenhouse Basement at The Cultch, as a part of the rEvolver Theatre Festival.

Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg’s gothic dance of death

Highgate is a passageway between life and death. It's a morbid romp through Victorian funerary culture, straight from the darkest part of Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg’s imagination. Reflecting personal...

Evalyn Parry's SPIN takes audiences from women’s emancipation to consumer culture in bicycle-themed show

Bicycles are symbol of sustainable and affordable means of transportation as well as physical fitness and wellness, but what do they have to do with feminism and the advertising industry? Award-...

IGNITE Youth-Driven Arts Festival explodes with creativity

Theatre, music, dance, and variety show action celebrates the largest youth-driven arts festival in the lower mainland.

The pursuit of happiness: Ignorance premieres at The Cultch

Ignorance, a production from the Old Trouts Puppet Workshop, is a whimsical and sarcastic puppet documentary for adults on the pursuit of happiness.

Exciting VO contests and giveaways

Can a quick survey qualify you to win a Whistler ski trip, an evening of theatre or a case of wine? Yes, it can.

Actors shine in Blackbird Theatre's Waiting For Godot

It’s absurd, it’s minimalistic, it’s downright hilarious. Wright’s interpretation is no different.