Fall finally descends upon us bringing a change in the weather but no less activities and entertainment in these picks
Bard: At Bard on the Beach the brilliant mainstage productions; As You Like It wraps up September 30th but this is final weekend for the mainstage production of Julius Caesar, as well as the final weekend for the uniquely entertaining Goblin: Macbeth on the Howard Family Stage.
FeedMe: The Arts Club Theatre Company’s new season is off and running with Little Shop of Horrors bringing great music and a bit of hilarious mayhem to the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage until October 8th.
Dance: The Vancouver International Flamenco Festival features some of the finest Canadian and International Flamenco artists in live performances, with both ticketed and FREE events until September 30th in various venues.
Sale: The annual fall First Pick Handmade returns this September to Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street, for a sustainable shopping market on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm daily
Gallery: Until November 19th, The Vancouver Art Gallery is showing the landmark exhibition, Parviz Tanavoli: Poets, Locks, Cages – the first major presentation of works by Iranian-born, Vancouver-based artist Parviz Tanavoli in Canada.
Sandwiches: Get out and try all the entries in Vancouver Foodster Best Sandwich Challenge on until September 30th with tasty creations from Wicked Cafe, Crack On Van, Cafe Forty-One
Rock: Thousands will descend upon BC Place as it opens its doors to the Coldplay: Music of the Spheres concert tour on Friday and Saturday evening.
Tennis: The sixth edition of The Laver Cup is coming at Rogers Arena, September 22-24, with some of the biggest names in tennis competing as teams in both singles and doubles matches,
Crisis: On display until November 5, 2023 at The Richmond Art Gallery, Sonja Ahlers’ Classification Crisis takes a look at the 30 years of Ahlers careers as an influential voice for generations of feminists through her D.I.Y. approach to collage art, poetry, zines, mail art, and other publications.
Mid-Autumn: Sunday, September 24, Gateway Theatre invites the public to its Family Fun Mid-Autumn Celebration and an exclusive live reading of The Legend of Whooshhh, Episode 5 of A Year of Blessings audio play series
Tea: Notch8 at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver has introduced its newly imagined Autumn Harvest Afternoon Tea service is a celebration of the changing of seasons with a new menu from Notch8 Head Chef Danai Hongwanishkul.
Dimension: Until October 15th, The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the Vancouver premiere exhibition of The Art of Dimension, a celebration of Haida metalwork practices, and a powerful artistic affirmation of Indigenous knowledge sharing across generations.
Market: A kaleidoscope of colours, fantastical characters, and mouth-watering international foods combine at the 2023 Richmond Night Market, North America’s largest event of its kind runs weekends until October 9, 2023
Band: Aussie hard rock act Wolfmother takes to the stage at the Commodore Ballroom on Saturday September 23rd
Comedy: Known as the King of Rant, Lewis Black brings his trademark style of comedy to the Vogue Theatre with his Off The Rails comedy tour on Friday night, September 22