Soul, funk, Latin, R&B, you name it - The Boom Booms are all that.
It won't be long until Let It Be, the popular West End and Broadway production celebrating the music of the Beatles, will be back in Vancouver with a new chapter of history.
The Animals were one of the iconic rock groups to emerge during the British Invasion of the 1960s, offering classics such as House of the Rising Sun, We Gotta Get Out of this Place and It’s My Life. Prior to his appearance this Saturday (June 17) at the Hard Rock Casino, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with legendary vocalist of The Animals, Eric Burdon.
This past week, signs of summer finally returned to the city. The sun was shining, patios were packed, and — perhaps most importantly — Bard on the Beach returned to Vanier Park.
In the world of theatre, shows don’t get much bigger than musicals.
Offering an amalgam of jazz, funk, soul and rhythm and blues, Raincity Blue is a familiar name in Vancouver's music scene. Ahead of their EP release and performance at Granville Island’s Backstage Lounge this Friday, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with singer Clare Twiddy and drummer Jay Schreiber.
Things are going to get a little weird next week, as rEvolver Theatre Festival pulls the trigger on its fifth annual outing.
Proving that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, James McCartney has developed into an accomplished singer-songwriter in his own right. The son of Sir Paul McCartney, he recently released ‘The Blackberry Train', an eclectic mix of delicately crafted songs. Prior to his Vancouver appearance at the Wise Hall on May 13, he spent 24 Minutes with
Since the first written text was invented more than 7,000 years ago, words have shaped our perceptions, held our histories, and become one of humanity’s most complex and widely used tools.
There is nothing better than being in on a secret. This weekend, audiences can feel like part of an inside club with cozy, comedic performances in nooks across the city.
Vancouver’s annual documentary film festival consistently reflects the energy of early spring, and the sense of possibility, drive and change that comes with it.
All children are born artists.
Capture Photography Festival kicks off its fourth year of festivities this Saturday, bringing its largest-ever celebration of lens-based art and still imagery. Throughout the month of April, more than 100 exhibitions, installations and special events will pop up in communities, galleries and public spaces across the Lower Mainland.
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.
Early in my conversation with director Kim Collier, it became clear how it is difficult to describe Angels in America without rattling off long lists of adjectives (“Huge, epic, smart, powerful theatre,” she tells me).
Ballet BC is back on stage at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre next week, celebrating the country’s 150th anniversary with a stellar line-up from local luminary choreographers.
January 19 is a day of dangerous genius, astrologically speaking.
What do you do with a headstrong girl?”
We’re right in the middle award show season – are you fatigued yet? 24 Hours isn’t -- here’s what went down from E!’s SAG Awards Red Carpet Show and the televised ceremony where the acting union hands out the best acting kudos in TV and film: