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Picks and Pixels – Art Exhibition

Fri, Mar 2 - Sat, Apr 28

Main Street, Main St, Britannia Beach, BC V0N 1J0, Canada map

Join us for”Picks and Pixels” – an exhibition of art from Emily Carr Universitystudents! Students from Continuing Studies classes The Built Surface, ExploringThe Built Surface, Anything But The Brush and Open Studio Layering Techniqueswill be displaying their works in our Machine Shop from March 2nd to April28th.

Ann Beatty “The Learning Garden” & Helen Kellington “Living Curiously”

Wed, Apr 4 - Sun, May 6

430 Bowen Island Trunk Rd, Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G1, Canada map

In “The LearningGarden,” Ann Beatty will explore bees and pollination and educate through hercolourful watercolour flower artworks. Helen Kellington explores glass, lightand reflection through her watercolour artworks featuring everyday still lifes,in “Living Curiously.” This joint exhibit runs April 4-May 6, 2018, with anopening reception on Saturday, April 7, 6-8pm at the Gallery @ Cove Commons,Snug Cove, Bowen Island, BC. www.biac.ca

The Barn Project

Wed, Apr 4 - Sun, Apr 29

The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley map


Maple Ridge artist Kristin Krimmel’s The Barn Project, April 4-29 at The Fort Gallery, celebrates the beauty of the cultivated landscape, the farmlands of the Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows area in 12 graphite drawings and several acrylic paintings. Opening reception April 8, 2-4pm.

http://www.fortgallery.ca/upcoming-shows.html

Playland

Thu, Apr 5 - Fri, Aug 17

Playland at the PNE (May-September), 2901 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K, Canada map

Playland offers thrills for the entire family with over 35 rides and attractions,plus attractions, games and food. Save on passes at www.PNE.ca.

OpensSaturday May 5

Open weekends May 5-June 24

Open daily June 29-Aug 17

Open weekends Sept 8-16


For more information:

Website:www.pne.ca

Email:info@pne.ca

Facebook:pne_playland

Twitter: @pne_playland

Murder on the Improv Express

Thu, Apr 12 - Fri, May 25

1502 Duranleau St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3S4, Canada map


Welcome to Murder on the Improv Express – A Killer Comedy.
As in countless whodunnits, this one is set in the 1930’s and involves many of the set characters and scenarios you’d expect to find. However, what isn’t known is who is the victim, who is the killer and how the dastardly deed was done. These are just some of the things that will be established by audience suggestions during the course of the show. What is known is that audience members will die laughing at all the improbable plot twists and turns. Want to know more? You’ll have to come and see it. There’re aren’t any spoilers to tell as no two shows can ever be the same.

Nine Dragons

Thu, Apr 12 - Sat, Apr 21

6500 Gilbert Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 1A2, Canada map

Gateway isproud to present the World Premiere of this powerful new play by our ArtisticDirector, Jovanni Sy. Nine Dragons is a riveting crime drama that will satisfylovers of classic mysteries and detective stories.

In 1924,Kowloon, a killer is on the loose. Tommy Lam, Hong Kong’s most brilliant policedetective, is brought on to investigate. Constantly overlooked by his Englishsuperiors, Tommy feels he has something to prove on this case. The leadingsuspect, however, is Victor Fung, the son of one of the wealthiest families inAsia. A cat-and-mouse game ensues between Tommy and his mysterious nemesis.

* Afternoon shows available

Cabaret

Thu, Apr 12 - Sun, Apr 29

Massey Theatre, 735 Eighth Ave, New Westminster, BC V3M 2R2, Canada map


Royal City Musical Theatre presents
Cabaret
April 12th-29th, 2018 – Massey Theatre, 735 8th Avenue, New Westminster
Set in 1931 Berlin in the seedy glamour of the Kit Kat Klub, its bawdy emcee provides a disturbing but fitting backdrop to the story of the hard-living entertainer Sally Bowles in Weimar Germany. Come to the Cabaret, where “Life is Beautiful”! Get taken away by great songs, dance numbers and a love story!
Tickets: Call 604-521-5050 or visit www.ticketsnw.ca

http://www.masseytheatre.com/event/cabaret/

Until Now: KPU Fine Arts BFA Grad Exhibition

Fri, Apr 13 - Sat, Apr 28

120 E Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5T 1V9, Canada map

Come celebratethe work of Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s BFA graduating students with theopening of their art exhibition “until now.” Including ceramics,painting, installation, sculpture, video, and more!

FREE & OPENTO THE PUBLIC

OPENINGRECEPTION:
Friday, April 13th 2018 from 7pm – 11pm
Announcements at 8pm
Refreshments will be served

LOCATION:
120 East Broadway, 2nd Floor, Vancouver at Main & Broadway

EXHIBITION& GALLERY HOURS:
April 13th – 28th
Tuesday – Sunday from 12pm – 6pm

Featuring thework of:

KIMBERLEY ATEAH
ERIC BERG
STEPHANE DUFAULT
ALANNA EDWARDS
SARA GRIEVE
CAMERON PALFREYMAN
GURLEEN VIRK
KENNETH YUEN

Shakespeare in Hollywood

Sat, Apr 14 - Sat, May 12

Metro Theatre Centre, 1370 MARINE DR SW, Vancouver, BC V6P 5Z9, Canada map


Ken Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Hollywood is a magical take on Shakespeare’s Midsummer. The play begins with Hollywood’s offer to Europe’s most famous director to turn his theatrical vision into a film and soon we are on the set. Suddenly, Oberon and Puck, the real Shakespearean fairies, appear and use their magical love potion to turn Hollywood head-over heels in love and mischief. Of course, all goes askew, and people fall in love with the wrong people, which leads to comedic chaos made more complicated when a movie censor shows up to shut down the movie.

http://www.metrotheatre.com

World Without Us

Tue, Apr 17 - Sun, Apr 29

The Cultch, 1895 Venables St, Vancouver, BC V5L 2H6, Canada map

OntroerendGoed, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Vooruit, Richard Jordan Productions inassociation with Summerhall and Big in Belgium | A Scotsman Fringe First winner

OntroerendGoed, creators of Fight Night, bring us a new piece about the end of humanityand what comes after. We could hardly imagine it: no mortgages, no knittedscarves, no swimming pools, no butterfly strokes, and no honey kept in glassjars. Animals would no longer be stuffed, skyscrapers no longer built. Therewould be no more suicide and no more mathematics. No more talk about the olddays, about what’s possible. There would be no more memories, no more words.

We could hardly imagine it. It would never getthis far. We’d find a solution. A world without us.

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