Things To Do: 6 can't-miss Vancouver arts events this week, March 7 to 13

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      Editor’s choice

      It’s party time again

      Drunk and stoned out of their minds, raucous teens Jules and Fiona are looking for the after-after-party, but they can’t remember what they’ve done at the preparty, the party, or the after-party. So begins The After After Party, the irreverent hit we raved about when it debuted at the 2016 Vancouver Fringe Festival. At the time, we called it “Fearless. Skilled. Endlessly surprising,” then awarded it our big, fat Georgia Straight Critics’ Choice Award. Written and performed by Katey Hoffman and Cheyenne Mabberley, the show is a thrilling study in sustained lunacy. If you didn’t catch it the first time, don’t miss the party the second time.

      The After After Party is at the Cultch’s Vancity Culture Lab from Wednesday (March 7) to March 17.



      Mushroom clouds to terrify and titillate in the atomic age.
      To June 17 at the Vancouver Art Gallery

      We Keep Coming Back

      A real-life mom and son mine their trip back into their Polish Jewish roots.
      March 13 and 14 at the Norman and Annette Rothstein Theatre

      Trevor Noah

      Witty political barbs will fly as JFL NorthWest brings in the Daily Show host.
      March 9 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

      Goldberg Variations

      Brilliant Bach pianist Angela Hewitt brings to life one of his most beloved works.
      March 7 at the Chan Centre

      Yoko Ono: Mend Piece

      The calming act of fixing broken china has been extended; book ahead for a visit.
      To April 15 at the Rennie Museum