Skip to Content
Geeks "Kill Monsters" in UBC student...
US soul searching in 12 Strong, Hostiles and The Final Year
Keating turns our notions of crime and punishment "...
Hopeful Bastards launch PuSH 2018 @ Playhouse
Feminist peace advocates call on Canada to do its job
EMV lays on a brace of string quartets at Christ Church
Assembling an oratorio
Chutzpah! 2018 highlights awe-inspiring dance,...
Reviews of Spielberg’s new one, Daniel-Day Lewis’ last and...
Breaking out in hives
Fringe Reviews: Burn Job and The Ballad of Frank Allen
TJ Dawe in Burn Job. Photo by Diane Smithers
Sep 10th, 2016
Newly Restored Rio Theatre Sign Unveiled TONIGHT
#LightUptheRio Is Finally Happening! The moment has arrived. And it's all happening tonight, at 6:00 pm.
Jan 14th, 2015
Martha Wainwright does family proud
Like her brother Rufus, Martha Wainwright can perform in both English and French. Like her brother, she has her own distinct sound and unique style. At her performance Saturday night at the Rio...
Mar 10th, 2013
String Fling: String quartet meets indie rock at the Rio Theatre
Four On the Floor string quartet hosts an evening of music featuring Shaun Verreault, Dominique Fricot, Data Romance, The Gay Nineties and Ali Milner.
Dec 10th, 2012
Naomi Klein and First Nations leaders unite at anti-pipeline forum
Naomi Klein joined activists and First Nations groups at the Rio Theatre for a public forum opposing BC tar sands projects.
Dec 2nd, 2011
Broadway business owners say no to UBC Line
“Bad for business, but good for the city.” This is how many store owners and employees along Broadway responded when they heard the words “UBC rapid transit.” Opinions seem to be split about what to...
May 13th, 2011
Looking for a Cool Canada Lovefest? Watch Hockey or Closing Ceremonies for Free at Rio Theatre Tonight
Watching hockey at the RIO Theatre off Commercial Drive was a fun and free alternative to going to a pub.
Feb 27th, 2010
First Ballet then Punk Rock
A night of ballet followed by an afternoon of power pop punk… Good cultural balance, don’t you think? (read more...)
Dec 20th, 2009