Anyone who’s a parent of a preteen boy is well-acquainted with the wild, blocky world of Minecraft.
You can expect the musician praised for his nuanced interpretive skill to play an especially well-informed version of Berio’s 6 Encores.
Lois Anderson directs UBC Theatre and Film’s season-opening romp—a Much Ado About Nothing set just after the 2018 Italian Cup soccer championship.
Lest we forget, there are other loss- and remembrance-themed arts events going on, including these.
The theme of “True Crime, True Justice” ranges from tough investigative reporting to brash pop-culture breakdowns.
Local comedian has turned his bout with testicular cancer into a very funny solo evening.
Get off the couch and check out some of these shows.
We love the low-tech magic of this year’s installment, dubbed Jack O’Lantern’s Journey Through the Dark Forest .
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is arguably Canada’s poorest neighbourhood, but it’s unquestionably rich in culture.
Vancouver New Music’s Quartetti festival proves the enduring relevance of the string quartet.
One of them, Julia Bullock, is a knockout new soprano with charisma to burn.
Check out what's on the arts calendar this week.
Tchaikovsky & Countrymen(October 6 at the Orpheum)
Here are three events on the Vancouver arts calendar worth attending over the next few days.
Hit the events on this list for everything from City Opera singing coaches to papier-mâché workshops.
Pianist brothers Lucas and Arthur Jussen tackle Francis Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos in D Minor
This is one bus ride you won’t want to miss.
Lots of local acts to catch at the Phillips Fringe Bar.
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There’s no better way to ease into fall than the Georgia Straight Fringe-For-All.
Pieces on the program range from a play about confusion around the #MeToo movement to an open-air, interactive film-theatre work.
Parents on the hunt for stimulating activities for a summer day are in luck—and this one comes without the UV rays.
Violin rebel Kytami is just one of the head-turning musical acts on the roster this weekend.
We’re not sure what we’re anticipating more: the austere work of Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern, or the warm art songs of Hugo Wolf.
Japan's Chiharu Mizukawa and Taiwan-based Nao Uda are featured at Centre A and elsewhere.