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Caravan Farm Theatre is a not-for-profit professional outdoor theatre company based on an 80 acre farm near Armstrong BC. Hailed as a national treasure, Caravan Farm Theatre has been entertaining audiences young & old, from near & far, since 1978.
The Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre is a not-for-profit premier entertainment venue in the North Okanagan. VDPAC is operated by a nonprofit society who presents shows under the Spotlight Presentation Series. VDPAC is also a roadhouse for rental performances.
Since 2001 ‘The DAM’ has been the best kept entertainment secret in the Lower Mainland. Think of Saturday Night Live … with DINNER. Think of a rock concert … with DINNER. Think of a mind-blowing, 4-hour blend of politically incorrect, interactive LIVE musical comedy, an eight-piece LIVE show band and LIVE Vegas-worthy celebrity impersonations…with DINNER. We’re different. We’re the only one. We have way too much fun. We are the best entertainment value in town. You should join us!
Art Galleries, Theatre & Performing Arts, Accessibility
Vancouver Island’s Theatre Destination. We are a vibrant, established and fully professional theatre nestled in the seaside community of Chemainus, BC. We feature some of the finest performers and performances in Canada, Vancouver, and Vancouver Island. Enjoy theatre to the fullest, with our terrific complements: The Playbill Dining Room, with live music and show-themed buffet; and The Gallery Gift Shop, featuring the art of BC artisans.
The Beach House Theatre Society consists of a group of creative and talented theatre industry members whose productions offer the audience a cultural, artistic experience in the glorious natural setting of Blackie Spit at Crescent Beach, B.C. The purpose of setting the production in the area is to connect the arts with the local community, to inspire artistically minded youth and to expose theatre
With crystal clear images, 12-channel immersive surround sound, and advanced IMAXÃÂ® with Laser projection technology, IMAXÃÂ® Victoria lets you feel like you’re really there. Six stories high and 85′ feet wide (18.59m x 25.9m), the screen pulls you in! Over 8 million people at this location have been spellbound by the force and beauty of The IMAXÃÂ® Experience. Technically advanced and visually, it is the most powerful and immersive movie experience in the world.
Brackendale Art Gallery, Home of the Brackendale Winter Eagle Festival and Count. Located one scenic hour north of Vancouver or 40 minutes south of Whistler, Brackendale Art Gallery is a center for the arts in the Squamish Valley. The Gallery offers licensed food service, gallery exhibits, concerts, live theatre, workshops and facilities for meetings and celebrations. The Brackendale Art Gallery Theatre Teahouse was established in 1970 as a community cultural centre to foster and further appreciation of local, BC and Canadian visual and performing art and artists. The Gallery is also a focus for environmental awareness and conservation and a meeting place for community groups. Hours of operation: Noon to 10 pm Sat. & Sun., to 5 pm Holidays and by arrangement year round. Also open noon to 5 pm Thurs. & Fri. in January during the Brackendale Winter Eagle Festival.
Gateway Theatre enriches the quality of life in Richmond and surrounding communities by creating outstanding professional theatre. Each season, we offer six award-winning plays & a fantastic mix of comedy, drama, and musical.
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Bard on the Beach is one of Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festivals. Presented in a magnificent setting on the waterfront in Vancouver’s Vanier Park, the Festival offers Shakespeare plays, related dramas, and several special events in two performance tents from June through September.
Theatre & Performing Arts, Museums & Heritage Sites, Attractions, Sightseeing
Family adventures on a Heritage Steam Train – Steam Back Into History – engine #2141 will be your guide. Ticket office to re-open in May 2020.
We are a non-profit public resource serving the artistic and cultural needs of the diverse audiences in our community, operated by the Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Arts Council. We offer: A 486 seat theatre A 120 seat studio theatre An art gallery Arts programs and classes for all ages Free public community events Rental space for community events and private functions