Ballet BC closes its 21/22 season with an evening featuring three world premieres from three voices new to the Ballet BC stage.
Our beloved Video Store will be closing their doors to the general public on MAY 22 2022! "It looks like the sale will commence on the 22nd of May and run until we close. All films, excluding New Releases, will be up for grabs (the NR will be made available around the middle of June). Prices start at $10 and go up from there. There will be no haggling or deals so please don’t ask. And we’re not taking any reservations for sale films. I imagine that there will be a substantial line-up that morning (please don’t rain!) and we won’t be able to let everyone in the shop at once. Y’all be patient and nice. If you can come prepared with a list, we’ll do our best to accommodate you. You may not get […]
Vancouver Story Slam takes place on the unceeded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, Sto:lo and Tseil Watooth Nations. Ten storytellers share original short stories and compete for cash prizes and a spot on our championship stage. Winners determined by audience vote. To sign up for Vancouver Story Slam : If you have a 4- to 6-minute story you've written and would like to share, sign up in person at the May 10 show or email VancouverStorySlam@yahoo.com com All signups will be put into a draw. we'll draw ten names and announce the lineup within a week STORYTELLERS: TBA VENUE: Hero's Welcome (formerly ANAF/the Legion), 3917 Main Street, Vancouver Admission: $6 CASH at the door Venue opens 5pm; show starts 8pm. 19+ per the venue's business license. Queries […]
The BC Highland Games is back on June 17 & 18, 2022 Join us for all the fun of a great west coast highland games, with pipe bands, caber tossing, lots of piping, dancing, singing, a whisky school, live Celtic music and a free evening Friday, June 17 (Pipes in the Park, Beòlach, from Nova Scotia, Open Piobaireachd, Whisky & Oysters) Purchase your tickets in advance and then come to Town Centre Park on Saturday for the fun. Take the train to the Games. There's a free bike valet. There'll be activities for kids, food vendors (include veggie options), Scottish and other national foods, check out the British cars, listen to the performances on three stages including the new Heritage Stage, or watch the heavy athletes throw big objects all over the Lew Ross Field. […]