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.
With weather this magical, it’s worth heading down to Granville Island for A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Prepare your brain for the puzzle.
Vancouver TheatreSports League is taking a loving yet biting look at our hometown in its latest improv sendup, Avocado Toast.
A small but mighty choir group is hoping Vancouver will help it out with a funding shortfall.
For 25 years, Chor Leoni has been launching each summer by mixing it up on the Bard on the Beach stage.
We love the easily digestible format of 12 Minutes Max.
The Vancouver Art Gallery is opening a show custom-made for everyone counting down the days to summer and trying to find a rustic paradise in the woods.
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Think Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Nina Simone, with accompaniment by a live band.
The famous glass slipper takes the form of a sparkling pointe shoe as the Goh Ballet puts its classical chops to the fairy tale “Cinderella”.
More than 80 dancers take the stage until May 26 at the Vancouver Playhouse.
From rock ’n’ roll circuses to motivational hip-hop, the shows at this year’s Vancouver International Children’s Festival appeal to all tastes.
Primo piano star Paul Lewis wants to show you the lighter side of Franz Joseph Haydn.
At Vancouver Opera Festival, arias trace back to 18th-century St. Petersburg
Annual event raises money for Touchstone Theatre and Carousel Theatre for Young People
The future is here, folks, with virtual reality wiring itself into live performance events.
Free events will get the downtown core moving on Sunday (April 29) as Vancouver celebrates International Dance Day.
Vancouver Opera Festival and Early Music Vancouver are preparing to transport you back to the elegant era of 1700s St. Petersburg.
Vancouver Opera Festival is hosting a series of free Opera Speaks events to complement the shows it’s staging from April 28 to May 6.
Cello lovers’ alert.
What a career Tom Green has had.