The 2022 Vancouver Fringe Festival presented over seventy works this year, but who has time to go and see that many plays?
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After missing last year’s block party, I was looking forward to attending this year’s Welcome Back BBQ, which followed the same concept: a bass-pumping concert in the plaza outside the nest, surrounded by a maze of chain link fences.
When dance springs from the spirit of wrath
The fledgling indie band from Vancouver, SUGARFUNGUS, very much lives up to its nerdy namesake: a little sweet, a little funky, and a whole lot of fun.
I remember being thirteen, having my first crush, and finding this one song on Youtube that perfectly described how my paper mache teenage heart felt.
For the past year, while passing UBC’s Belkin Art Gallery — found just off the bustle at the top of Main Mall — on a sunny day, UBC students have been seeing words in the light of its high windows.
“Can a story be interesting if it starts at the end?”
The Chan Centre and Musqueam hosted the first Come Toward the Fire festival on UBC's Vancouver campus September 17–18.
To commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, The Chan Centre for the Performing arts, in partnership with Musqueam, is hosting the inaugural Indigenous-led festival ʔəm̓i ce:p xʷiwəl (Come Toward the Fire) on September 17 and 18.
As flashing lights break the darkness and ambulance sirens ring throughout the theatre, a pit begins to grow in my stomach.
It’s almost like it didn’t even happen. Only segments of thoughts and nothing concrete —
On July 16, 1917, the body of now-legendary Canadian painter Tom Thomson was found floating in the waters of Canoe Lake, Ontario.
It was the fall of 2012 in an unevenly-lit classroom and I was all crooked teeth, questionable outfit choices, and prickly brown skin.
During a smouldering heat wave, there is nothing better than having a home-cooked meal cooked for you.
Safai is the lead actor, director, showrunner, head writer, executive producer, songwriter and casting director for her passion project — the television show I killed Maddie Forbes, which will be released in January 2023.