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The Dance Centre Celebrates International Dance Day with Free Events

In celebration of International Dance Day on April 29, The Dance Centre has programmed numerous thrilling events in the city that will showcase a variety of

Two of History’s Greatest Minds Meet in ‘Freud’s Last Session’ at Pacific Theatre

History and fantasy collide in this imagined meeting between two of the twentieth century’s greatest minds: Sigmund Freud and CS Lewis. Pacific Theatre’s production of

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The Museum of Vancouver’s Newest Exhibition Inspires Vancouverites to Get Happy

From the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) comes a vibrant exhibition and profound exploration of one of humanity’s universal desires: happiness. Conceived by one of the

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Breast Ever Charity Luncheon

On July 20, Tapestry Foundation for Health Care will present the Breast Ever Luncheon at the Hotel Georgia in support of a much needed renovation project at the

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The Art of Stealing: Dystopian Dance Delight

The Art of Stealing is a dance creation by Amber Funk Barton, who is the Artistic Director of the response dance society. Barton has made

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RAW: interdisciplinary arts showcase

RAW: natural born artists return for a new show called SPECTRUM on April 24th at FiveSixty from 8PM through midnight. RAW is an international independent

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Hirsch – a funny, frank and off-beat one man show.

Premiered at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in 2012, Hirsch is a monologue about the life of Canadian theatre director John Hirsch. Famous for his fierce

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605 Collective’s performance of ‘Inheritor Album’

Last night I left the 605 Collective’s performance of Inheritor Album feeling inspired to really get in shape; I find that good dance performances often

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Mesmerizing Romeo + Juliet ballet

Last night the Royal Winnipeg Ballet danced into the hearts of Vancouver with its heart-wrenching classical ballet Romeo + Juliet. Echoes of “Bravo!” aside, no