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Your weekly roundup of the top events in the city, including art exhibitions, local theatre, restaurant openings, concerts, film, markets and other to-dos we think you’ll love. If you have a Vancouver event you’d like to submit for consideration, send an email to email@example.com.
Read on for this week’s lineup.
Boca del Lupo is presenting two new VR shows this month, The Magic Hour 360 and Pochsy at the Airport Hotel. Expect immersive, experimental, three-dimensional performances that’ll have you question the way you consume content. And no, you’re not wrong if you think experiencing art in 3D VR sounds like the future.
When: March 30 – April 3Where: The Fishbowl on Granville IslandCost: $10 per showMore Info: bocadellupo.com
The award-winning dance company Kidd Pivot is returning to the stage with their dance/theatre hybrid performance of Revisor. Inspired by Nikolai Gogol’s pantomime of power and politics, you know you’re in for a mind-blowing, inventive show.
When: March 30 – April 2Where: Vancouver PlayhouseCost: From $35More Info: mpmgarts.com
Head to Coquitlam this weekend for this festival that highlights music from French Canada and beyond. See some of Canada’s best musical artists and get your grub on with maple taffy made on snow! Plus, there’s a dedicated kid zone, so you can bring the whole family.
When: April 1-3Where: Mackin ParkCost: Adults $20, Students and Seniors $13, Kids $8 (under 5 free!)More Info: festivaldubois.ca
Self-taught artists David Dumbrell, Ian Freemantle and Christina Kenton are showcased at this exhibit that highlights their talents for creating incredibly unique sculptures. From Dumbrell’s inventive metalwork to Kenton’s found-object lighter protectors, these pieces are like nothing you’ve seen before.
When: March 4-27Where: Outsiders and OthersCost: FreeMore Info: outsidersandothers.com
This live music performance celebrates Indigenous guitarists and features a bunch of big name, award-winning musicians, so you know you’re in store for an evening of incredible original music.
When: April 2Where: Fox CabaretCost: From $15More Info: eventbrite.com