Back for its 5th edition this February, JFL NorthWest, presented in association with SiriusXM promises to deliver roaring laughs across Vancouver from February 13 through 25, 2020. NEW PERFORMANCES FROM: DREW LYNCH – JOSH THOMAS – JACQUELINE NOVAK – JESSICA KIRSON – MATT BRAUNGER – – PETER N’ CHRIS – RICK BRONSON’S HOUSE OF COMEDY … Read more JFL NorthWest adds more artists for the 2020 lineup
Firehall Arts Centre Presents the World Premiere of Talking Sex on Sunday Book & Lyrics by Sara-Jeanne Hosie Music by Sara-Jeanne Hosie & Nico Rhodes Directed by Donna Spencer (A Firehall Arts Centre Production) The Firehall Arts Centre is thrilled to celebrate International Women’s Day with the world premiere of Talking Sex on Sunday from Friday, February … Read more Firehall Arts Centre Presents ‘Talking Sex on Sunday’ (February 14-March 8)
BIG Sister is a one-woman comedy about the relationship between two sisters and what happens when one of them changes. The real life experience of sister/actor Naomi’s 70-pound weight loss, written through the perspective of younger sibling/writer Deborah. BIG Sister explores a world of evil siblings, fat shaming, and unlikely collaboration.
Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends are joined by their beloved Christopher Robin, embarking on a string of engaging adventures in The House at Pooh Corner . The charm of the friendships shared in this beautiful stage adaptation of A.A. Milne’s book blends enchanting puppetry and wonderful music into a story that transports audiences right into the Hundred Acre Wood!
TSF is a vibrant celebration of Indigenous artistry, expertise, talent and knowledge from around the world, presented through theatrical performances, music, dance, film a visual art exhibit, the Industry Series and Knowledge Sharing workshops, young audience and family programming, the annual Celebration of Powwow Culture, the Métis Fair, and much more.
“Yellow Peril; The Celestial Elements” is a visual art exhibit inspired by the Chinese Five Elemental forces, seized by the urgent tensions between Queer Chinese diasporic identities. A collection of multichannel installations, visual and sculptural activations provoke a cosmic encounter of our living past and present as we ‘race’ towards a healing future.