What’s on

  • Jazz Jam

    The jam will be held in the Shadbolt's beautiful Studio Theatre monthly on Tuesdays from 6-8pm and is hosted by Cory Weeds of the Cellar Jazz Society. Open to all and free. Oct. 20 - May 24, 2016 Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
  • BigmoutH

    "He who picks his words well, can turn the weakest argument into the strongest." This sell-out hit of the Edinburgh Fringe weaves together seminal speeches from over 2500 years. February 11 - 21, 2016 The Cultch
  • Go, Dog. Go!

    P. D. Eastman’s classic children’s book comes to life on stage in this silly, zany, tongue-wagging, tail-spinning musical. 11am/2pm. For kids 3-8 yrs, with three all-ages shows. Feb. 28 - March 20, 2016 Carousel Theatre for Young People
  • To Colour Thought

    To Color Thought is a mixed program of new contemporary dance works by Action at a Distance, the company of choreographer Vanessa Goodman. With an incredible cast of performers backed by an innovative artistic team these works promise to be an exciting tapestry of movement and sound. Goodman’s thoughtful work strives to be a spectacle and has been praised by The Georgia Straight for its "thrilling visual magic." March 2 - 5, 2016 Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
  • A Very Narrow Bridge

    In this humorous, moving work, award-winning artist Itai Erdal re-lives putting everything he has at stake in a trial to obtain a gett – a divorce document in Jewish religious law. March 5 - 13, 2016 Chutzpah! Festival
  • 4000 Miles

    An Uplifting Story of Growing Up and Growing Old. Nicola Cavendish stars in this touching story about a sprightly 91-yr-old New Yorker & her 21-yr-old grandson. Arts Club on Tour. March 7 - 8, 2016 Kay Meek Centre
  • Ga Ting (Family)

    the frank theatre company’s groundbreaking 2014 hit comes to The Cultch. Powerful and emotionally-charged story of an immigrant Chinese couple grappling with their gay son’s death. March 8 - 19, 2016 The Cultch
  • TU TE SOUVIENDRAS DE MOI (You Will Remember Me)

    Powerfully unforgettable, François Archambault’s touching story muses on memory, communication, time that passes and the necessity to remember, and sometimes forget. March 8 - 12, 2016 Théâtre la Seizième
  • 4000 Miles

    AN UPLIFTING STORY OF GROWING UP AND GROWING OLD “Cavendish is flawless…a must see for theatregoers of any generation” —The Vancouver Sun This touching, vividly rendered story is about a sprightly 91-year-old New Yorker and her 21-year-old grandson. Leo, who has just cycled across the country, shows up unannounced on Vera’s doorstep with a bike, no money, and nowhere to go. In time, these unlikely roommates stop squabbling and, with humour and compassion, help each other navigate their changing worlds. March 10 - 11, 2016 Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
  • Reclaiming Hope

    These powerful, interactive theatre events engage communities in identifying and transforming the narrative of fear that permeates our culture. Hope is a verb. Let's reclaim it. March 10 - April 2, 2016 Theatre for Living
  • April 2016

  • Carol Welsman

    CAROL WELSMAN is an internationally acclaimed singer and pianist whose expressive vocal styling and dynamic stage presence have captivated audiences around the world. She has sold over 60,000 CDs in Canada alone, something few jazz artists in Canada have experienced. She was honored to perform on Larry King Live for the Commemoration of 9/11, and closed the show with a moving rendition of her original song “This Lullaby.” Pop icon Celine Dion recorded it and has released it worldwide on her new Miracle CD as “Baby Close Your Eyes”! Carol blends languages and rhythms with a versatile repertoire including swing, Latin, R & B, pop and jazz. She delivers a mix of great standards and original compositions in a style that ranges from sensuous and warm to infectiously energetic. An elegant and sophisticated performer, this six foot strawberry blonde beauty exudes confidence and charm and delights fellow musicians and audiences alike April 8 - 8, 2016 Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
  • Schoolhouse

    A Canadian story celebrating teachers who make a positive difference by Leanna Brodie. April 8 - 16, 2016 Gallery 7 Theatre
  • May 2016

  • Freud’s Last Session

    A provocative, entertaining discussion between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis on the day England enters WWII. By Mark St. Germain. May 20 - 28, 2016 Gallery 7 Theatre
  • Ongoing