Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Garrick Ohlsson plays Brahms

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Maestro Bramwell Tovey conducts the music of one of the greatest of composers, Johannes Brahms, both the last great Classicist and a Romantic at heart. You will hear his powerful Second Piano Concerto performed by one of the world’s most … Continue reading

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Western Gold Theatre: Twelfth Night

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Written about 1601-02, and set in the ancient kingdom of Illyria, which was the western Balkans (the coasts of modern-day Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania), Twelfth Night, or What You Will,  is mixed with references to English … Continue reading

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Talking Stick Festival: Moon Lodge

Canadian playwright Margo Kane is the only actor to ever perform this significant solo work since its premiere. Now, after a 17-year hiatus, Kane has given Urban Ink the opportunity to give her show a second life. Passing the torch … Continue reading

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Phantom Moon Collective: Spring Awakening

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From the creative team that brought you last year’s sell-out show, Dogfight comes a rock musical based on Frank Wedekind’s Spring Awakening (1891). Set in late-19th-century Germany, it’s the story of teenagers discovering the inner and outer tumult of teenage sexuality. Phantom … Continue reading

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Festival du Bois 2017

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The 28th annual Festival du Bois runs March 3 – 5 at Mackin Park in the Maillardville area of Coquitlam, the centre of francophone culture in BC.  It’s a weekend celebration of francophone and French Canadian culture – the largest in BC. Come for … Continue reading

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Arts Club Theatre’s “The Men in White” tells a profound story

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Anosh Iranis’ first play, “The Matka King” gave theatre-goers an exciting glimpse into an India we really didn’t know. After three novels and the Dora Mavor Award winning  anthology, The Bombay Plays, Irani continues to present the exotic, funny, surprising … Continue reading

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Théâtre la Seizième: Michel Tremblay’s Bonjour là, bonjour

 Théâtre la Seizième is back  with another award-winning play by Michel Tremblay.  In the Quebec of the 1970s  Serge returns home after a three-month trip to Europe. There he finds, unchanged, his hypochondriac aunts, his deaf father, and his older … Continue reading

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Chutzpah! Festival 2017

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Chutzpah! Lisa Nemetz International Jewish Performing Arts Festival 2017 presents outstanding internationally-celebrated music, including leading world music pioneers. The rich global landscape of music presented this year showcases some of the world’s most exciting musical performers from Israel, Japan, Argentina, … Continue reading

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