Fans of the esteemed B.C.–based painter can look forward to a show of over 30 original works from private collections.
It ain’t easy doing standup comedy, but Erica Sigurdson makes it seem that way.
$40 will get you in the game.
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were one of the wonders of the ancient world, so we can’t help but recommend a ballet event that tries to re-create the magic of that long-gone site.
This year's edition has a packed schedule of outdoor, all-ages events for you to enjoy in the summer sunshine.
There are many reasons to revel in this sumptuous Vancouver Bach Festival production.
Shop goods by local artisans, attend DIY workshops, and more at the inaugural two-day fete that celebrates creativity and community.
TUTS has two hit musicals drawing enthusiastic crowds to its historic outdoor stage this summer.
The social-media-friendly artwork pays homage to eagles down by the beach.
Romeo and Juliet were teenagers, so who better to mount the youthful story of star-crossed lovers than Carousel Theatre for Young People’s Teen Shakespeare Program?