As October ticks closer to the Witching Hour of Halloween, we find more entertaining picks of the week to haunt your week
Live: Join a small, socially distant audience, in-person as you enjoy I Walked The Line on stage at Firehall Arts Centre untill October 25
Anvil: Hey Viola!, a musical exploration of Canadian Civil Rights hero, Viola Desmond, at New Westminster’s Anvil Theatre is coming to a close this Sunday, October 25, 2020
Stage: The first of The Arts Club Theatre Company’s Fall Theatre Trio of plays, No Child, takes to the stage opening tomorrow at the Newmont Stage (formerly Goldcorp Stage) at the BMO Theatre Centre, until November 8th
Art: There’s just a few days left to visit Kurbatoff Gallery to view Vancouver artist David Wilson’s latest exhibition “Close to Home“, capturing the feelings of a society who has been stuck at home for months.
Live: This week, The Cultch is streaming Little Volcano, a new production from Veda Hille and Theatre Replacement, from the Historic Theatre, to your living room,
Streaming: Stemming from conversations with over one hundred diverse youth who are anxious about climate change UPROOTED, presented by Some Assembly Theatre Company and RHYTAG is a digitally adapted theatre production now streaming
Taste: Like trick or treats for the whole family Taste of Yaletown brings tasty treats to the neighbourhood’s restaurants as they offer special set menus until October 26th
Wild: Presentation House Theatre is bringing a fresh version of Where the Wild Things Are, to the stage this month for a limited run, October 24 & 25.
Scare: Slayland at PNE is a newly adapted walk-thru experience sure to scare up a good time, with ghosts, ghouls and 20 thrill rides until October 31
Dance: DanceHouse gets its Fall 2020 online season underway this week with a streaming performance of Dancing at Dusk – A Moment with Pina Bausch’s The Rite of Spring airing October 21-27, 2020
Howl: Join Biker Mama the Witch, at FlyOver Canada, on an unforgettable Halloween flight ride for all ages. HowlOver Canada lets you soar through the skies with a band of spooky sidekicks on your way to a music festival that’s out of this world, until November 1st.
Concert: Sunday October 25th, join Juno nominee Will Stroet of CBC Kids fame and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra online at its new virtual home; theconcerthall.ca
Walk: Take a walk on the wild side and join Forbidden Vancouver for The Lost Souls of Gastown Tour, for tales of murder, mayhem and revenge every night until October 30th.
Theatre: There’s still time to bring Gateway Theatre home to you, with a purchase of a Hallow’s Eve Paper Theatre kit, to build your own paper theatre this halloween.
Film: Halloween movie buffs can get their (car) fill at the Twilight Drive-In Fright Fest every weekend in October, this weekend featuring; Disney-Pixar’s Coco, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and Fright Night.
Movies: More Halloween film fun takes over the Rio Theatre for October with frightful flicks like; Ghostbusters, Hocus Pocus, Dracula, The Fly, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and more.