Taiwan was called the Beautiful Island (“Ilha Formosa”) by early Portuguese sailors. And that’s also, fittingly, the title of the opening concert for TAIWANfest.
We still think of Richard Lett as a Vancouver comic, but the veteran standup has lived in Toronto for the past few years.
Here’s an event amid Stanley Park’s towering firs that promises to be spectacular.
What says summer and seaside like modern major generals, gallant crews, humble sailors, and poor little Buttercup?
Calgary may be a meat-and-potatoes kind of town, but it’s produced one of the weirdest comics in the country.
Nobody gets quite so medieval on music as Benjamin Bagby, a famed scholar, harpist, and vocalist, who returns to the Early Music Vancouver Festival with his acclaimed Sequentia ensemble.
Hot Art Wet City brings a blast from the past.
There’s perhaps no more picturesque place to expand your notions of what sculpture is than the annual Sculptors’ Society of British Columbia’s Summer Exhibition.
The Canadian comic is a national treasure.
It’s not often you get to see a new summer festival launched here.