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Byron Bertram finds the funny side of travel and antidepressants with “Passports and Prozac”

It’s usually the elephant in the room that gets most of the attention, but for Vancouver comedian Byron Bertram it…

In the world of theatre at least, a “hemp house” may not be what you think it is

Believed to be one of only three in operation today across Canada, New Westminster’s Massey Theatre has the rare distinction…

Everyone deserves a little Magik in their life: live with Camilo The Magician

Camilo The Magician (aka Camilo Dominquez) brings his newest show Magik to Vancouver's Norman Rothstein Theatre later this month. More…

Free JFL NorthWest Block Party returns along with introduction of new Pop Up Parties

With temperatures plummeting, and even more snow forecast in the next couple of days, its probably a good thing this…

Chan Centre celebrates Black History Month with tribute to Gwendolyn Brooks

With Black History Month in Canada well underway, the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts pays tribute to poet Gwendolyn…

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What If Romeo & Juliet… explores an alternative

Spoiler alert! At the end of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the two young star-crossed lovers kill themselves. Perhaps calling the…

Review: The Illusionists are big on magic in a surprisingly lackluster show

Better known for presenting touring productions of large-scale musicals, Broadway Across Canada takes a different approach with The Illusionists, currently…

Prince Hamlet PuSh(es) Shakespeare’s tragedy into fresh territory

Following his critically acclaimed re-interpretation of Salt Water Moon at Gateway Theatre last year, Ravi Jain returns to the West…

Female identifying voices and experiences take the spotlight this winter

For the third year, The Cultch celebrates female identifying voices in its annual Femme Series this winter in Vancouver. In this latest…