Zoe Grams

Zoe Grams is principal at ZG Communications: a marketing agency working with publishers, not-for-profits and socially-conscious organizations. She has written about performing arts in both Canada and the UK.


A scene from The Bolshoi, a stunning, ritzy look at the complex life and work of ballerinas in Russia’s greatest dance company. (Submitted Photo)

Humanity illuminated in ambitious VIFF lineup

Canada may have just celebrated television victory with multiple Emmy awards for Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, but Vancouverites should turn their heads to the big screen for a cosmopolitan highlight of the calendar: Vancouver International Film Festival.

O Sanada 150M is an imaginative take on Canada 150. It is one of many stories featured as part of Generation Hot. (Submitted Photo)

Generation Hot spotlights climate change with new talent

Vancouver Fringe Festival is now underway and amidst the festivities and comedies, one innovative arts project is changing perceptions of tragedy: climate change and the impending (and already visited) environmental consequences.

A scene from Redpatch. (Mark Halliday Photo)

Redpatch illuminates untold history with bold, immersive plot

History may be written by the winners, but not all victors share the glory. During the First World War more than 4,000 Aboriginal soldiers fought under the Canadian flag. Relinquishing their status to enlist, they were fundamental to the Allied troops’ victory, but little is known, or celebrated, about their contribution.