Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

This weekend the  Vancouver Aquarium’s Amazon gallery is full of butterflies, our venues are full of festival theatrics, and a bus covered in art will take your family on a gallery tour.

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Friday May 24

Butterflies at the Aquarium

Butterflies at the Vancouver Aquarium
Where: The Vancouver Aquarium
What: Step out of British Columbia’s temperate rainforest and into the Amazon’s tropical rainforest when you enter the Graham Amazon Gallery. Discover a wide variety of butterflies, including blue morphos, giant owls and heliconians, as you stroll along the boardwalk. Keen eyes will spy them feeding on nectar, fruit and flowers, camouflaging on tree trunks, courting a mate and hitchhiking on lucky visitors.
Runs until: September 2019

rEvolver Festival
Where: Various Locations
What: A full range of contemporary theatrical practice, from script-based theatre to devised and site-specific works, staged readings of work-in-progress, and in-depth discussions with artists.
Runs until:Sunday June 2, 2019

VSO: Women Rock

VSO: Women Rock
Where: Orpheum Theatre
What: Longtime VSO collaborator Jeff Tyzik conducts a program that honours those powerful women who changed rock and popular music forever. Cassidy Catanzaro, Katrina Dideriksen, and Shayna Steele channel Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Janis Joplin, Carole King, and more of the game-changing women of popular music.
Runs until:Saturday May 25, 2019

Gogol Bordello

Gogol Bordello
Where: Commodore Ballroom
What: From its inception, Gogol Bordello has been a band of immigrants, with members hailing from Ukraine, Ecuador, Russia, and Ethiopia. They tour relentlessly. Travel is in their blood.

Awkward Hug

Awkward Hug
Where: Culture Lab
What: In this laugh-out loud and heartbreaking solo show, award-winning actor, writer and storyteller Cory Thibert embodies his 19-year-old self as he uncovers the truth behind what sets his family apart. Through masterful storytelling and intimate reflection this coming-of-age story with-a-twist explores what constitutes “normal” in our world and how having parents with disabilities challenges what a family can look like.
Runs until:Sunday May 26, 2019

Contemporary Dance Solo

Contemporary Dance Solo
Where: Culture Lab
What: Azevedo replicates dance solos by tween and teen dancers drawn from YouTube dance competitions, while the audience watches the original videos projected alongside his dancing body. The catch? These dances were created as short powerhouse showcases for young flexible girls. And Azevedo is performing 18 of them in a row. In performing these solos in succession, Azevedo pays homage to the skill and ability of these young dancers, while reframing their dances to satisfy his own parameters of contemporary dance.
Runs until:Sunday June 2, 2019

Lady Parts

Lady Parts
Where: Historic Theatre
What: Combining written sketches, personal stories, video interviews, and special guests, Lady Parts is an unabashed homage to the struggles of gender, a platform to have fun with feminism, a cabaret of the oppressed, and a s**t-hot good time.
Runs until: Saturday May 25, 2019

Davida Monk

Davida Monk
Where: Scotiabank Dance Centre
What: Calgary-based Davida Monk has been an influential figure on the Canadian dance scene for over three decades. A prolific choreographer, performer, teacher and mentor, her rich repertoire of works finds inspiration in myth and literature, as well as the natural environment. This program celebrates her achievements with three pieces.
Runs until:Saturday May 25, 2019

The Way You Carry On (Part of the Killjoy Series)

The Way You Carry On (Part of the Killjoy Series)
Where: The Greenhouse Studios
What: Kelly and Nic, two estranged sisters in their mid-thirties, are women we don’t often get to see. Nic is queer, polyamorous and about to have her first child in a blended family of four co-parents. Kelly has just left her her husband and two young children as a way of affirming her selfhood and her truth. Sitting in Nic’s backyard in East Van, on unceded Musqueam territory, we witness two women at the brink of transformation as they confront the forces and events in their lives that have shaped and alienated them.
Runs until:Thursday May 30, 2019

Other Inland Empires

Other Inland Empires
Where: Historic Theatre
What: A California-born Jew travels to a landlocked country to learn to surf. Dick Dale plays in the backseat of a too hot car. The smell of the beach. Shimmering between here/now, then/there, this place/another place, Other Inland Empires traces the Jewish roots of surf culture from Europe to California and back again.
Runs until:Sunday May 26, 2019

Parker Art Salon

Parker Art Salon
Where: Parker Street Studios
What: Significant new works from established contemporary artist and emerging new artists at Parker Street Studios
Runs until: Sunday May 26, 2019

Hello
Where: Firehall Arts Centre
What: In the 1960s, celebrated American playwright Arthur Miller had a son, Daniel, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome. But you won’t find any mention of Daniel in Miller’s memoir, speeches or even in the obituary of his mother, famous photojournalist, Inge Morath (Mutti). The family never publicly acknowledged Daniel’s existence. this play follows the story of Daniel, who grew up in an isolated institution, never attended his sister’s birthday parties, never learned to read and was never a part of his birth families international portrait.
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019


Saturday May 25

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CAG Family Day 3 Stop Tour

CAG Family Day 3 Stop Tour
Where: Contemporary Art Gallery
What: Families will be invited to enjoy creative activities across three sites: CAG, ArtStarts and aboard the How far do you travel? bus graphically wrapped in Torma’s artwork.

The Return of Soul Gospel

The Return of Soul Gospel
Where: Christ Church Cathedral
What: For the third year in a row, and by popular demand, Good Noise will be joined by Canada’s Queen of Soul, Dawn Pemberton, and JUNO-nominee Warren Dean Flandez in a vibrant, energetic concert that promises double the soul and double the gospel featuring music by Stevie Wonder, Al Green and more.

DJ Workshop
Where: Full Circle Studio #416-268 Keefer Ave
What: DJing class with Paisley Eva, an Indigenous DJ from the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation, is a 2 hour course teaching students how to DJ. No matter your music tastes or commitment level, this class will teach you the fundamentals to get started on your journey.

John Cleese

John Cleese
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
What: A legendary comedic actor best known for Monty Python’s Flying Circus, Fawlty Towers and A Fish Called Wanda.

My Dear Lewis

My Dear Lewis
Where: Culture Lab
What: Lewis is at the end of his journey, met with the task of looking back over a life lived. What unfolds is a pilgrimage made by his mind and body into the dark and dusty corners of memory. Puppetry, objects, video, and music unexpectedly combine in this one-man show.
Runs until:Sunday June 2, 2019

404

404
Where: Havana Theatre
What: What would you go to war for? On the outskirts of Damascus, three men drive a tank into battle against the regime. They’ve just met each other, and they’re here for contradictory reasons. Dakham is an Islamist. Maharajah is a leftist. And Abu-Moddar is the son of an army officer. As their surroundings become increasingly deadly, the trio must resolve their differences if they hope to prevail—or simply survive—in the oncoming battle.
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

Fireflies (Part of the Killjoy Series)

Fireflies (Part of the Killjoy Series)
Where: The Greenhouse Studios
What: A multimedia exploration of body autonomy and non-binary identity in a dystopian Japan. Amika, a mixed-race non binary youth, escapes a government run fertility centre to avoid execution for being “mixed-blood”, then must save their imprisoned mother while hiding from the government. When non-conformity is fatal, how do you nurture what makes you different?
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

Higher Brothers

Higher Brothers
Where: Commodore Ballroom
What: A four-man rap group from China. The members of the group are 马思唯 (MaSiWei), 丁震 (DZ), 杨俊逸 (Psy.P), and 谢宇杰 (Melo). They blend unique linguistic skills with a modern day rap influence they can only obtain via illegal online methods.

Indigenous Plant Use
Where: Stanley Park
What: Walk through the forest and bathe in Coast Salish knowledge of cedar and hemlock, learning through storytelling. Continue the walk down to Xwáýxway (Lumberman’s Arch) beach at low tide and explore the incredibly diverse and abundant kelp forests available in the intertidal zone. The exploration continues along the seawall up to Axachu7 (Beaver Lake) as you learn about the edible, medicinal, and survival uses of plants as well as the traditional and present-day Indigenous relationships with local flora and fauna.

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood
Where: Rogers Arena
What: Seven-time Grammy winner Carrie Underwood announced dates for her “Cry Pretty Tour 360,” which launches in the Spring of 2019.

Lea Salonga

Lea Salonga
Where: River Rock Casino
What: Known across the world for her powerful voice and perfect pitch, Lea Salonga is a singer and actress who is best known for her Tony Award winning role in Miss Saigon. 


Sunday May 26

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Burqa Boutique (part of the Killjoy Series)

Burqa Boutique (part of the Killjoy Series)
Where: The Greenhouse Studios
What: This ensemble drama follows five multigenerational women who seek refuge in a burqa boutique when caught in the middle of a battle between the Brother’s Republic Party and the Sons of Jihad. Throughout the night, their conflicting perspectives on faith, politics and a woman’s role in society come to a head.
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

Turkic Festival
Where: Ship Builder’s Square
What: The event brings Turkish artists, vendors, musicians together and share a unique arts, food, music and dances.


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VSO: Women Rock

VSO: Women Rock
Where: Orpheum Theatre
What: Longtime VSO collaborator Jeff Tyzik conducts a program that honours those powerful women who changed rock and popular music forever. Cassidy Catanzaro, Katrina Dideriksen, and Shayna Steele channel Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Janis Joplin, Carole King, and more of the game-changing women of popular music.
Runs until:Saturday May 25, 2019

Lady Parts

Lady Parts
Where: Historic Theatre
What: Combining written sketches, personal stories, video interviews, and special guests, Lady Parts is an unabashed homage to the struggles of gender, a platform to have fun with feminism, a cabaret of the oppressed, and a s**t-hot good time.
Runs until: Saturday May 25, 2019

Davida Monk

Davida Monk
Where: Scotiabank Dance Centre
What: Calgary-based Davida Monk has been an influential figure on the Canadian dance scene for over three decades. A prolific choreographer, performer, teacher and mentor, her rich repertoire of works finds inspiration in myth and literature, as well as the natural environment. This program celebrates her achievements with three pieces.
Runs until:Saturday May 25, 2019

Communicating Doors
Where: Metro Theatre
What: In this thrilling time-travel comedy, three women attempt to save themselves and each other at the hands of the same man but in three different time periods. In the present is a dominatrix who has been hired to witness a murder confession. Twenty years earlier, the second wife of the tycoon is about to be murdered and twenty years before that the first wife is also about to be murdered. All that can prevent these events and re-shape the lives of these three women is their own ingenuity and a good bit of luck.
Runs until: Saturday May 25, 2019

Day Out with Thomas
Where: West Coast Railway Heritage Park (Squamish, BC)
What: An opportunity for children and their families to take a 25-minute ride on Thomas the Tank Engine™ and to meet Sir Topham Hatt, the controller of the railway. Fun for the whole family includes a Thomas & Friends imagination station with Thomas-themed activities including stamps, temporary tattoos, hands-on arts and crafts, and a Thomas storytelling and video viewing area.
Runs until: Sunday May 26th, 2019

Awkward Hug

Awkward Hug
Where: Culture Lab
What: In this laugh-out loud and heartbreaking solo show, award-winning actor, writer and storyteller Cory Thibert embodies his 19-year-old self as he uncovers the truth behind what sets his family apart. Through masterful storytelling and intimate reflection this coming-of-age story with-a-twist explores what constitutes “normal” in our world and how having parents with disabilities challenges what a family can look like.
Runs until:Sunday May 26, 2019

Other Inland Empires

Other Inland Empires
Where: Historic Theatre
What: A California-born Jew travels to a landlocked country to learn to surf. Dick Dale plays in the backseat of a too hot car. The smell of the beach. Shimmering between here/now, then/there, this place/another place, Other Inland Empires traces the Jewish roots of surf culture from Europe to California and back again.
Runs until:Sunday May 26, 2019

Parker Art Salon

Parker Art Salon
Where: Parker Street Studios
What: Significant new works from established contemporary artist and emerging new artists at Parker Street Studios
Runs until: Sunday May 26, 2019

Crafted Vancouver Where: Various locations What: An annual 25-day festival celebrating multiple craft disciplines. The festival features exceptional contemporary and traditional craftsmanship and craft-based work from official event partners who make, feature or sell fine craft.
Runs until: Thursday May 30, 2019

The Way You Carry On (Part of the Killjoy Series)

The Way You Carry On (Part of the Killjoy Series)
Where: The Greenhouse Studios
What: Kelly and Nic, two estranged sisters in their mid-thirties, are women we don’t often get to see. Nic is queer, polyamorous and about to have her first child in a blended family of four co-parents. Kelly has just left her her husband and two young children as a way of affirming her selfhood and her truth. Sitting in Nic’s backyard in East Van, on unceded Musqueam territory, we witness two women at the brink of transformation as they confront the forces and events in their lives that have shaped and alienated them.
Runs until:Thursday May 30, 2019

Hello
Where: Firehall Arts Centre
What: In the 1960s, celebrated American playwright Arthur Miller had a son, Daniel, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome. But you won’t find any mention of Daniel in Miller’s memoir, speeches or even in the obituary of his mother, famous photojournalist, Inge Morath (Mutti). The family never publicly acknowledged Daniel’s existence. this play follows the story of Daniel, who grew up in an isolated institution, never attended his sister’s birthday parties, never learned to read and was never a part of his birth families international portrait.
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

Burqa Boutique (part of the Killjoy Series)

Burqa Boutique (part of the Killjoy Series)
Where: The Greenhouse Studios
What: This ensemble drama follows five multigenerational women who seek refuge in a burqa boutique when caught in the middle of a battle between the Brother’s Republic Party and the Sons of Jihad. Throughout the night, their conflicting perspectives on faith, politics and a woman’s role in society come to a head.
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

Fireflies (Part of the Killjoy Series)

Fireflies (Part of the Killjoy Series)
Where: The Greenhouse Studios
What: A multimedia exploration of body autonomy and non-binary identity in a dystopian Japan. Amika, a mixed-race non binary youth, escapes a government run fertility centre to avoid execution for being “mixed-blood”, then must save their imprisoned mother while hiding from the government. When non-conformity is fatal, how do you nurture what makes you different?
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

404

404
Where: Havana Theatre
What: What would you go to war for? On the outskirts of Damascus, three men drive a tank into battle against the regime. They’ve just met each other, and they’re here for contradictory reasons. Dakham is an Islamist. Maharajah is a leftist. And Abu-Moddar is the son of an army officer. As their surroundings become increasingly deadly, the trio must resolve their differences if they hope to prevail—or simply survive—in the oncoming battle.
Runs until:Saturday June 1, 2019

Counternarratives: Paintings by Archibald Fairbairn

Counternarratives: Paintings by Archibald Fairbairn Where: Bill Reid Gallery What: The watercolour paintings of Archibald Fairbairn (1888 – 1979) document the beauty of totem poles and communities during the early 20th century. This exhibition juxtaposes an idealistic painter’s postcolonial gaze with critical discourse from contemporary Indigenous voices.
Runs until: Sunday June 2, 2019

rEvolver Festival
Where: Various Locations
What: A full range of contemporary theatrical practice, from script-based theatre to devised and site-specific works, staged readings of work-in-progress, and in-depth discussions with artists.
Runs until:Sunday June 2, 2019

Contemporary Dance Solo

Contemporary Dance Solo
Where: Culture Lab
What: Azevedo replicates dance solos by tween and teen dancers drawn from YouTube dance competitions, while the audience watches the original videos projected alongside his dancing body. The catch? These dances were created as short powerhouse showcases for young flexible girls. And Azevedo is performing 18 of them in a row. In performing these solos in succession, Azevedo pays homage to the skill and ability of these young dancers, while reframing their dances to satisfy his own parameters of contemporary dance.
Runs until:Sunday June 2, 2019

My Dear Lewis

My Dear Lewis
Where: Culture Lab
What: Lewis is at the end of his journey, met with the task of looking back over a life lived. What unfolds is a pilgrimage made by his mind and body into the dark and dusty corners of memory. Puppetry, objects, video, and music unexpectedly combine in this one-man show.
Runs until:Sunday June 2, 2019

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Displacement
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: This exhibition comprises internationally acclaimed Victoria-based artist Mowry Baden’s work from the late 1960s to the present. Baden is known for producing intricate, sometimes humorous sculptural works and installations that borrow from the fields of perceptual psychology, science and architecture, and often solicit the audience’s participation. Runs until: Sunday June 9, 2019

Throne and Games – The Last Laugh Where: The Improv Centre What: Loosely based on HBO’s popular TV series, this improv laugh-letting features myriad unexpected plot twists – all suggested by the audience. No two performances can ever be the same because of this key element. Like its TV inspiration, the audience has no idea what to expect next, and, neither do the cast. VTS improvisers are master actors – creating the plot line, developing characters and dialogue all on the spot based on audience involvement and suggestions. Warning–there may be spoilers!
Runs until: Saturday June 15, 2019

Deanna Bowen: A Harlem Nocturne

Deanna Bowen: A Harlem Nocturne
Where: Contemporary Art Gallery
What: Deanna Bowen’s artistic practice concerns itself with overlooked histories of Black experience, often connected to her own family in Canada and the US. Mining archives and forgotten documents, she makes use of a repertoire of artistic gestures to bring traces of a complex, deeply personal and often violent past into public visibility. Bowen’s solo exhibition A Harlem Nocturne comprises two separate trajectories of new research that follow the artist’s maternal lineage in Canada.
Runs until: Sunday June 16, 2019

The Late Show – Adult Only Improv Comedy Where: The Improv Centre What: Are you a grown-up? If you are, join us! This show takes the furry hand-cuffs off our improvisers to present edgy, uncensored improv comedy. With the aid of audience suggestions, our quick-witted improvisers create scenarios that explore mature themes, content and language. You never know how far this show will go and the audience are willing accomplices. Runs until: June 29, 2019 (Saturdays)

Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives Where: Museum of Vancouver What: This exhibition delves into the life stories of local animals and plants—how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city. Scenic design, videos, taxidermy, crowd-sourcing technologies, and the display of natural specimens breathe life into these tales of co-habitation. The immersive nature of the exhibition, including hands-on activities, encourages visitors to examine their relationship with nature, think about momentarily disconnecting from their devices, and find equilibrium with the natural world around them.
Runs until: July 2019

Matilda The Musical
Where: Stanley Alliance Industrial Stage
What: Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty to find your happy ending! Armed with an outsize wit and a vivid imagination, precocious Matilda takes a stand to change her destiny. Even cruel parents and a hardened headmistress can’t get in her way. From the wonderfully subversive imagination of Roald Dahl, this fun family musical will bring out the child in everyone.
Runs until: Sunday July 14, 2019

Butterflies at the Aquarium

Butterflies at the Vancouver Aquarium
Where: The Vancouver Aquarium
What: Step out of British Columbia’s temperate rainforest and into the Amazon’s tropical rainforest when you enter the Graham Amazon Gallery. Discover a wide variety of butterflies, including blue morphos, giant owls and heliconians, as you stroll along the boardwalk. Keen eyes will spy them feeding on nectar, fruit and flowers, camouflaging on tree trunks, courting a mate and hitchhiking on lucky visitors.
Runs until: September 2019

Moving Still: Performative Photography from India

Moving Still: Performative Photography from India
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery & Annex Theatre
What: A major exhibition of works by thirteen artists based in India whose photographic practices focus on constructing and reconstructing realities. The exhibition and will showcase more than one hundred works, dating from the 1800s to the present, and examines themes of gender, religion and sexual identity using photography, an important medium in India since the mid-nineteenth century.
Runs until: Sunday September 2, 2019

Making Waves: The Story and Legacy of Greenpeace Where: Vancouver Maritime Museum What: With humble beginnings in Vancouver, Greenpeace has grown into a large organization with offices in 40 countries. The NGO has protested numerous causes: whaling, deforestation, mining, genetic testing, and nuclear testing. Explore this exhibit that goes from their first voyage from Vancouver to Amchitka to protest Nuclear testing on an old fishing vessel to how cities, government, and industry today are developing new policies, technologies, and sustainable practices to ensure the preservation of our environment.
Runs until: Monday September 9, 2019

Rolande Souliere: Frequent Stopping IV and V

Rolande Souliere: Frequent Stopping IV and V
Where: Contemporary Art Gallery
What: The multi-media practice of Australia-based Anishinaabe artist Rolande Souliere entangles the visual language of hard-edged geometric abstraction with that of contemporary traffic signage to consider how colonial infrastructures mark both spaces and the people inhabiting them. Her solo exhibition Frequent Stopping IV and V presents new large-scale, site-specific work at the Contemporary Art Gallery’s two public sites: its street level façade and the nearby Yaletown-Roundhouse Station. This exhibition draws from Souliere’s ongoing body of work that creates interventions using caution tape and street barrier patterns in immersive, muscular installations.
Runs until: Friday September 20, 2019

Shipyards Night Market

Shipyards Night Market
Where: The Shipyards, North Vancouver
What: Fresh food, locally made products, musicians, art and entertainment. The festivities in the Square kick off at 5pm on Friday nights where you will find 100+ vendors selling fresh food and locally made products. The Friday Night Market also includes a beer garden serving local craft beer and cider as well as Betty’s Vodka Iced Tea. You must me 19+ to enter the beer garden. On the Shipbuilders’ Stage there is live music until 10pm, showcasing talent from all over BC. Runs until: Friday September 27, 2019

Womxn and Waterways Where: Bill Reid Gallery What: Explore the unique connection between womxn and water in the matriarchal societies of the Northwest Coast, with special attention to the roles of child-bearers, healers, and doulas. Artists Richelle Bear Hat (Blackfoot/Cree), Krystle Coughlin (Selkirk), Lindsay Katsitsakataste Delaronde (Mohawk), Alison Marks (Tlingit), Dionne Paul (Nuxalk/Sechelt), Kali Spitzer (Kaska Dena), Marika Echachis Swan (Nuu-chah-nulth), Carrielynn Victor (Sto:lo), Veronica Rose Waechter (Gitxsan) and Water Keeper, Audrey Siegl (Musqueam) will explore water as a crucial element of creation, its historical uses for survival, and contemporary over-consumption as a threat to sensitive coastal ecosystems.
Runs until: Wednesday October 2, 2019

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value
Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: The exhibition will bring to light the convergence of earthquake science and technology with the rich Indigenous knowledge and oral history of the living cultures represented in MOA’s Northwest Coast collection. Beyond scientific discoveries, knowledge of earthquakes and natural disasters has been passed down through generations throughout many cultures, including those of the Northwest Coast First Nations. Also as part of the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to see the majestic poles of the Great Hall undergo conservation, many for the first time in 40 years.
Runs until: Fall 2019

Richmond Night Market

Richmond Night Market
Where: Richmond, BC
What: Stop by for authentically Asian snacks, street food and retailers selling unique accessories and knick-knacks at street-side prices. Some merchants are willing to bargain, so channel your inner negotiator and you’ll leave with a haul. There’s a diverse array of nightly live entertainment ranging from music and dance performances to carnival games and rides.
Runs until: Friday October 4, 2019

Shadows, Strings and Other Things: The Enchanting Theatre of Puppets
Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: This enchanting exhibition illustrates the role puppets have played around the world in the transmission of cultural knowledge, stories, and values from generation to generation. Shadows, Strings and Other Things features a broad array of puppets, old and new, from 15 countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Visitors will have the opportunity to view more than 250 handcrafted puppets from MOA’s collection — the largest in Western Canada — plus, new acquisitions from China, Brazil, Italy, Java, the UK, and France revealed to the public for the first time. Enter into an immersive and theatrical world for visitors of all ages.
Runs until: Monday October 14, 2019

How Far Do You Travel

How Far Do You Travel
Where: Select B-Line TransLink busses
What: Five Canadian artists — Diyan Achjadi, Patrick Cruz, Rolande Souliere, Erdem Tasdelen and Anna Torma — are being commissioned to graphically wrap the exterior of a series of articulated buses traveling on major routes in Metro Vancouver.
Runs until: Tuesday December 31, 2019

Teatro Intimo Del Flamenco

Teatro Intimo Del Flamenco
Where: The Improv Centre, Granville Island
What: Karen Flamenco brings the glamour and extravagance of a large flamenco dance production onto a small theatrical stage. The one-hour production welcomes audiences of all ages with live traditional flamenco music, dance, storylines, puppetry and magic. With theatre style seating and bistro-style table seats, every audience member will get a close-up and personal experience that is very typical of a traditional Spanish Tablao.
Runs until: Saturday May 1, 2020

What are you up to this weekend? Tell me and the rest of Vancouver in the comments.

 

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  1. The past weekend in Vancouver was enjoyable! I am glad that I read this article before visiting Vancouver. I had a great time at most of these events, and if it weren’t for this article, I would have never known about these events.

  2. Great tips, should keep us busy well into 2020 and we wouldn’t have known about these otherwise.