Autumn is upon us, bringing a new slate of picks of the week to boost the summer’s entertainment
Movie: Spiderman: Far From Home on the big screen at šx???ex?n Xwtl’a7shn (formerly the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza) located at 630 Hamilton Street tonight, as Vancouver Civic Theatres brings back free outdoor movies for Wednesdays in September.
HeldOver: Now running until October 15th, the stunning Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition at Vancouver Convention Centre continues to bring in the crowds to see this amazing spectacle of Van Gogh’s masterpieces
Culture: The 12th annual BC Culture Days, celebration of arts and culture features a line up of free and interactive creative events hosted by artists and cultural organizations from across B.C. and Canada starting September 24 to October 24, 2021.
Music: Until November 2, 2021, discover new video performances and artistic insights with Music on Main’s weekly digital releases.
Supper: The South Granville Business Improvement Association and food critic, podcaster, blogger @vanfoodster Richard Wolak (@tastingplatesyvr) for the South Granville Supper Club every Thursday in September
Jazz: The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts in Burnaby opens its 2021/22 season tomorrow, with Lache Cercel and the Roma Jazz Ensemble
Fest: The Cultch and Urban Ink present the opening of the 2021 TRANSFORM Cabaret Festival this Thursday September 23, with shows presented online and in-person until October 2nd.
Roar: Get ready to cheer on BC Lions as they host Saskatchewan Roughriders this Friday at BC Place
Kicks: This Saturday Sep 25th, Whitecaps FC plays host to FC Dallas at BC Place
Concert: This Friday, Early Music Vancouver in collaboration with Kay Meek Centre start the 2021/22 season with an in-person performance, Mandinka Pilgrimage features Kiya Tabassian and Ensemble Constantinople in concert with the West African singer and kora player Ablaye Cissoko.
Gallery: From today until June 5, 2022, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is presenting the Canadian premiere exhibition of Sho Sho Esquiro: Doctrine of Discovery, a solo exhibition by award-winning designer, artist, and activist Sho Sho Esquiro
Dance: Flamenco Rosario’s 31stVancouver International Flamenco Festival comes to a close this weekend, September 26, wrapping up a lineup of local and national flamenco artists ticketed and FREE live & live-streamed performances.
Nooner: The Chan Centre for Performing Art at UBC opens its 2021 season with the first Wednesday Noon Hour featuring Ad Mare Wind Quintet today at noon. Then Friday, Chan Centre Presents: Desirée Dawson at 1pm
Audio: The Arts Club Theatre Company’s Listen to This series of Audio Plays wraps with the final production of the summer season, Mala, an exploration of family bonds which creates space for contemplation and provides a message of resilience and optimism.
Hawaii: It’s your final chance to take a trip to the tropics as Fly Over Canada presents Hawaii from Above, a soaring, sense-awakening journey over islands, until this weekend.