As we move past the long weekend, the season is in full swing, and Summer holidays bringing even more entertainment to the city for this week’s picks
Festival: The 9th Annual Indian Summer Festival opens tomorrow, bringing locally and internationally renowned artists to venues around the city until July 14th.
Musical: Adapted from Roald Dahl’s novel about the precocious, pint-sized, imaginative student, Matilda the Musical is running at Arts Club Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage until July 14th.
Moms: A play you and your mom can enjoy Mom’s The Word 3 – Nest Half Empty, is playing at The Arts Club Granville Island Stage, until July 20th
Nights: Playland Nights returns Friday evening bringing dedicated, 19+ activities and entertainment line-up from 7pm to midnight every Friday in July
Latin: The Pacific Northwest’s largest Latin American Festival, Carnaval del Sol takes over Concorde Pacific Place this weekend, July 6-7, with food, drink, entertainment and fashions from all around Latin America
Bard: The 30th season of Bard on the Beach is underway at Vanier Park with Taming of the Shrew and Shakespeare in Love playing in repertoire through the summer on the Mainstage, and All’s Well That Ends Well on now at the Howard Family Stage.
Bats: Vancouver Canadians host a 3 game home stand against Everett from July 7 – 9.
Stars: The 2019 season of Theatre Under The Stars starts previews this weekend with Mamma Mia! on Friday & Sunday, and Disney’s Newsies on Saturday & Monday, before their opening nights next week.
SoapOpera: Vancouver TheatreSports presents its newest show, Improv Mondays with Michelle – Fake Stories, Real Improvisers hosted by the character Michelle from the popular web comedic soap opera Michelle’s.
Films: EVO Summer Cinema outdoor movie series returns to Second Beach in Stanley Park. Tuesday nights until August 20, 2019, the the Grand Lawn at Ceperley Field becomes a free public cinema.
Art: The Vancouver Art Gallery dives into its permanent collection to present Robert Rauschenberg 1965–1980, an exhibition of important but rarely seen works by the prolific twentieth-century American artist, until October