Can you believe it’s already the last weekend of April?! All this fun packed into the picks of the week makes time fly!
Things: Until May 5th at Studio 17, Zee Zee Theatre presents Dead People’s Things a poignant, darkly comic tale based on true events is a reflection on the stories behind the things we collect as we go through life.
Out: Until May 4th, at The Arts Club Granville Island Stage, Bed & Breakfast is a comedy about “being out,” skeletons in the closet, and finding a place to call home.
Choir: Museum of Vancouver (MOV) presents the Happy Hour Choir Series with West End Chamber Choir and Rhythm ‘n’ Roots on Thursday April 25th.
Blossoms: As the petals drop it’s the last week to celebrate the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival before it comes to a close April 28th.
Photography: Look around and you’re sure to see an example of the lens based art that the Annual Capture Photography Festival brings all corners of the city throughout April.
Fundraising: This Friday, Kickstart Disability Arts and Culture Celebrates its 21st Anniversary with a special fundraising evening featuring Gaelynn Lea in concert
Improv: Starting April 26th VTS , Throne and Games – The Last Laugh will feature some familiar characters along with a myriad of unexpected plot twists as suggested by the audience.
Blues: Experience East Coast Canadian Blues as Guitarist Matt Andersen and The Mellotones take to the stage at Chan Centre for Performing Arts at UBC on Thursday evening
Marionetas: North Vancouver’s Presentation House Theatre and Mexico’s Marionetas de la Esquina present Jack and the Magic Bean, at Presentation House Theatre from April 11th to 28th
Sweetener: Pop Princess Ariana Grande brings The Sweetener World Tour to Rogers Arena on April 27th
Box: The Vancouver Warriors lacrosse season comes to a close on Friday night when Toronto Rock comes to Rogers Arena
Retro: Platinum Blonde and Chilliwack bring their biggest hits from their heyday to the Molson Canadian Theatre stage at Hard Rock Casino Vancouver on Saturday night.
Sitar: Saturday April 27th, The Chan Centre For Performing Arts at UBC welcomes sitar player and daughter of the late Ravi Shankar, Anoushka Shankar performing songs from her new compilation album Reflections
Pitch: Saturday afternoon, Whitecaps FC hope to add another win to the column when they play host to Philadelphia Union at BC Place.
Opera: The Vancouver Opera Festival – Fairytales & Fales opens on April 27th with performances of the mainstage operas Faust and La Cenerentola (Cinderella) plus many more events until May 5th