Theatre for Young People
When & Where July 31 to August 7 at 7.30pm, 2021 | Ron Basford Park, Granville Island
ages 14 to 17 have been busy rehearsing hard in anticipation of performing
in front of live audiences for the first time since the pandemic in
their creatively tailored version of Shakespeare’s 17th century
a limited number of tickets are available for purchase at: tickets.carouseltheatre.ca
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival
When & Where through the Summer | Online Programming
The 2021 Season with online programming is designed to engage both an existing Festival community and to reach out to new audiences across Canada and beyond. The 2021 lineup is highlighted by a bold new venture for Western Canada’s biggest Shakespeare festival.
Done/Undone by Kate Besworth – Bard’s new film offers a provocative and entertaining story that exlores a key question: why do Shakespeare today? First public screening.Virtual Opening Night- August 12. Available on demand until September 30, 2021. Single, Household and Watch Party tickets on sale now. Digital access tickets are $29. GOTO: bardonthebeach.org/whats-on/done-undone/
Bard Explored –Simon Fraser University’s Paul Budra talks with some of the world’s leading literary scholars: Oxford University’s Emma Smith , actor and academic John "Ray" Proctor, Paul Yachnin and Farah Karim-Cooper. Livestreamed on Saturdays at 11am PT on August 7, September 11, September 25 and October 2.
Done/Undone Artist Talkbacks – Join members of the artistic team as they have conversations about the film’s themes and take attendees’ questions. Streamed online August 24 and September 21.
Wine Wednesday – hosted by Artistic Director Christopher Gaze and Vancouver International Wine Festival Executive Director Harry Hertscheg. Join them online to sip and savour a variety of BC wines, with special guests from the wine industry. Scheduled for October 6.
Shakesperience – a new film, conceived and
scripted by Bard Director of Education Mary Hartman and directed by
Dean Paul Gibson. This engaging introduction to Shakespeare will be
available for free on-demand viewing beginning in September. More details
released in August.
in the Courtyard
Ticket prices range from $20 to $40 on Sale Thursday, July 15 at 12pm at www.firehallartscentre.ca
When & Where July 8 - 17, 2021 | Online Streaming & live at Firehall Arts Centre Theatre & Courtyard, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens, Russian Hall, Iona Beach
In celebration of our 33 rd Annual DOTE, the festival will include a presentation of over thirty online and live stage performances featuring artists from across Canada. On offer will be some specially curated digital programming with recorded online performances, premieres of dance films, dance discussions, outdoor live performances in the Firehall Courtyard, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens, Russian Hall and Iona Beach and theatre performances with limited capacity.
Tickets on sale now with prices ranging from $15 to $30 www.dancingontheedge.org
When & Where August 12-22, 2021 | Streamed online
VQFF will be presented
online in a video-on-demand (VOD) format, with a few small in-person
events. The Festival will continue to follow the guidance of Public
Health in order to offer audiences a COVID-safe viewing experience of
the best independent queer cinema, along with workshops, artist Q&As,
panels, and a few fun surprises.
When & Where July 9–Sept 12, 2021 | Glades Garden, Bear Creek Park, and Darts Hill Gardens.
Join Surrey Civic Theatres for Summer POP! This series of outdoor performances and experiences is designed to help people reconnect with the performing arts, and also enjoy a chance to gather safely.
Tickets on sale now. Choose Your Price Tickets: $5– $25. Suggested price $20. Limited Tickets Available at: tickets.surrey.ca/
WHEN & WHERE March 19 to August 29th, 2021, Open Daily 9am – Midnight | Vancouver Convention Centre
Filling 25,000 square feet of the convention centre, this grandiose exhibit offers an immersive display of more than 200 of Van Gogh’s paintings, including his most famous works, painted between 1888 and 1890. The exhibit brings Van Gogh's canvases to life in a vivid, spectacular way, allowing the viewer to enter and roam the luminous dreamscapes conjured by Vincent Van Gogh, accompanied by the music of Prokofiev, Saint-Saëns, Schubert, Mozart & Satie.
Tickets Adult (16+) Timed Entry $39.99 (tax incl.); Child (4-15) Timed Entry $34.99 on sale now at www.imagine-vangogh.com.