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Ronnie Burkett's Theatre of Marionettes explores the Apocalypse in Penny Plain

Ronne Burkett'sTheatre of Marionettes creates magical theatre with Penny Plain.

Us and Them: a provocative play by Headlines Theatre

Us and Them started off with a rousing and riveting montage of images of global riots projected on a large screen with the ensemble cast of actors taking out their collective anger and frustration on...

Top BEE listings October 20 - 26

Lisa is away on  vacation to a warm paradise and we BEEs are busy gathering nectar. Mimicking the recent mix of sunny and rainy weather, we also have an eclectic mix: from hiphop, bhangra, tech...

Agokwe tells a powerful tale about gay love on the rez

The Vancouver premiere of the one-performer play promises to wow critics and audiences alike.

The art of tease: burlesque at The Cultch

As two burlesque "virgins," we weren't entirely sure what to expect from the show. But we discovered that it was colourful, sexy, comical and highly entertaining.

Suzanne Anton was my midnight kiss

Perhaps it was my silk dress or the new perfume I've been wearing lately. When I asked Suzanne Anton what her New Year's resolution was, she replied, "To kiss a pretty girl!" and pecked me on the...

Happy New Year, Vancouver

Where were you New Year's Eve 2010? We celebrated at The Cultch's burlesque show. Then, off to a dance party at the Waldorf, where we caught up with a certain city councillor. In another part of the...

Top theatre treats for the holiday season

Three Nutcrackers, two Christmas Carols, two musicals, two straight plays, one radio play, one youth theatre cabaret, one children's entertainment show, one adult theatre improvisation and a partridge

The Christmas Carol Project, Get Baked, Bah Humbug and Christmas Crafts

The Christmas Carol Project, Get Baked, Bah Humbug and Christmas Crafts.

Sad Mag goes live at The Cultch on October 9

Sad Mag, the quarterly Vancouver arts and culture magazine founded to showcase the work of local writers and artists, will be celebrating its first anniversary at The Cultch with Sad Mag Live.