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Pictures From Here Exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Fri, May 19 - Mon, Sep 4

Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7, Canada map

Rogers is a proud sponsor of the Pictures From Here Exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Comprised primarily of work from the Gallery’s collection, the exhibition will include photographs and video works produced over the past four decades, some on display for the very first time. Capturing the urban environment of Greater Vancouver, its citizens and the vast “natural” landscape of the province, these works were responsible for transforming Vancouver into a global hub for contemporary art production. Artists include: Roy Arden, Karin Bubaš, Stan Douglas, Christos Dikeakos, Greg Girard, Andrea Fantona, Rodney Graham, Mike Grill, Arni Haraldsson, Fred Herzog, Barrie Jones, Evan Lee, N.E. Thing Co., Marian Penner Bancroft, Henri Robideau, Sandra Semchuk and James Nicholas, Althea Thauberger, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace, Paul Wong and Corneila Wyngaarden/Andrea Fantona.

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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival: Much Ado About Nothing

Thu, Jun 1

1695 Whyte Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9, Canada map

It’s Italy in 1959, and a group of actors and filmmakers are celebrating the wrap of their latest movie. Movie stars Beatrice and Benedick are drawn to each other but refuse to admit it, and Hero and Claudio’s marriage plans are about to be sabotaged by a journalist’s mean-spirited scheme. Cue the paparazzi, then a faked death, and la dolce vita threatens to become not so sweet; but with a script full of surprises, love can still triumph before the credits roll.

Project Broadway Musical

Tue, Jun 6 - Wed, Jun 7

1398 Cartwright St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9, Canada map

Project Broadway Musical is a two-act, improvised musical performed by emerging musical improvisers from Vancouver. Broadway style acting, singing and dancing but scriptless and scoreless with every moment on stage inspired on the spot from audience suggestions. Free Late Show to follow featuring new and familiar musical improv formats and games! Playing June 6th & 7th ONLY at Studio 1398 on Granville Island (1398 Cartwright Street). Project Broadway Musical: 8pm (approximately 1.5 hrs) | Late Show: 10pm (approximately 45 min) | Tickets $10 for Project Broadway Musical. Late Show FREE!

Girl in the Goldfish Bowl

Wed, Jun 7 - Thu, Jun 15

1551 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1S1, Canada map

Arts Umbrella Theatre Conservatory presents Girl in the Goldfish Bowl, Morris Panych’s 2002 play about a girl on the brink of adulthood. Set on the West Coast during the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, 11-year-old Iris is mourning the spirit of her dearly departed goldfish when a stranger walks into her life. The man, Mr. Lawrence, is perhaps the goldfish reincarnate, and given to rhetorical questions of seemingly deep philosophical import. The girl’s parents, Sylvia and Owen, struggle in their relationship, and another house guest, Miss Rose, only adds to the tension.
A poignant, funny, and contemplative play, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl grapples with issues like family, commitment, obligation, and secrets. Jessie award-winning director Barbara Tomasic brings the 1960s to life at Studio 16.
Show dates:
June 7, 7:00 p.m. (PREVIEW – All tickets $15)
June 9, 8:00 p.m.
June 10, 2:00 p.m. // 8:00 p.m.
June 11, 2:00 p.m.
June 13, 8:00 p.m.
June 14, 8:00 p.m.
June 15, 8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Evening: $20 // Matinee: $15 // Students: $15
Location: Studio 16 (1551 West 7th Avenue)

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival: The Winter’s Tale

Thu, Jun 8 - Sat, Aug 5

1695 Whyte Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9, Canada map

A husband’s fierce jealousy is the trigger for a magical and moving tale, set in Sicily and Bohemia, which begins with a cruel punishment and ends with a miracle. King Leontes believes his wife, Queen Hermione, has been unfaithful to him with his best friend, so he puts her in prison and orders that their newborn baby be abandoned in the wilderness. Sixteen years later, across the sea, two young people fall in love and their union becomes the catalyst for reunion, redemption and a family’s healing.

Lord Nelson Spring Carnival

Fri, Jun 9

2235 Kitchener St, Vancouver, BC V5L 2W9, Canada map

On June 9, Springfree Trampoline and two-time Canadian Olympic Gold Medal-winning trampoline gymnast Rosie Maclennan will be at the Lord Nelson Elementary School in Vancouver. Rosie will show off her skills with an exclusive trampoline performance and will host a meet-and-greet for Carnival guests. In addition, Springfree will have trampolines on-site so guests can jump on and play tgoma – Springfree’s first-of-its-kind interactive gaming system. Rosie will also be handing out takeaway gifts, taking photographs and signing autographs!

Mountain Music Series

Fri, Jun 9

Sea to Sky Gondola, 36800 BC-99, Squamish, BC V0N 3G0, Canada map

Our fourth annual Mountain Music Series takes place every Friday night from June 9th to September 22nd. Performances will start at 6pm all summer long!
This year’s line-up offers a variety of genres ranging from Classic Rock, European Folk, Indie Soul, Modern-Acoustic, R&B and World Fusion. By combining a summer-inspired barbeque menu, breathtaking sunsets and toe-tapping music our Summit Lodge patio is truly a unique setting for all to enjoy. Table reservations are not available in advance, it will be on a first come, first-served basis.

Surrey Greek Food Festival

Fri, Jun 9 - Sun, Jun 18

13181 96th Ave Surrey BC V3V 1Y2 map

Come enjoy the food of Greece and experience multi-cultural performance.
Kids Zone
“Idol” Competition
For more information:


FB: Surrey Greek Food Festival
Email: surreygreekfestival@gmail.com
Instagram: srgreekfest
Twitter: @surreygreekfest

CLONE, Inherent Vices and The Judys

Sat, Jun 10

362 Powell St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1G4, Canada map

Join us for some rock and roll fun at the fabulous Lanalou’s. We’ve got Glam rock revivalists, CLONE, the punk gloom of Inherent Vice and the legendary garage R&B of The Judys. That’s a lot of great music in one place.

Chocolate History & Tasting Workshop

Mon, Jun 12

319 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H6, Canada map

Evolution of chocolate: from bean to drink to bar
Chocolate has existed for over 5500 years, but has only existed as we know chocolate today for roughly 170 years. This intensive two hour workshop will enhance your chocolate comprehension. We will taste and learn the history of chocolate, the process of making chocolate today, and develop tools for tasting fine chocolate.
You will gain practical skills that will allow you to become your own judge of chocolate, which includes building your chocolate vocabulary, tools for tasting chocolate, understanding labels and marketing, and how to communicate what you’re sensing in more than just taste. With these skills, you will be more confident in appreciating chocolate based on what you know and sense, and not what someone else to tells you.
By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:
1. Understand how to properly taste fine chocolate
2. Make sense of the labelling and marketing of chocolate
3. Critic and place any chocolate based on informed judgement
Geoseph’s background in biology, art history, and gastronomy join forces to help you understand chocolate like never before. With a decade in the industry as both a chocolatier and chocolate sommelier, his confidence and enthusiasm brings forth a truly captivating workshop.
This workshop is for those aged 18 and up, with 8 seats per session. The small group size ensures everyone gets a chance to be involved and ask questions. It will be an open forum, where feedback will enhance the experience.

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