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Theatre: A Good Way Out gets dark

Theatre: A Good Way Out gets dark

Pacific Theatre kicks off its 2016-2017 season with the world premiere of dark and dirty A Good Way Out. Written by Cara Norrish, it’s a family story but a family with a real difference. Think Hell’s Angels or Red Scorpions. That kind of family.
4 things to do in Vancouver: Sept. 29 to Oct. 5

4 things to do in Vancouver: Sept. 29 to Oct. 5

1. The 35th annual Vancouver International Film Festival takes over local screens for two weeks of cinematic pleasures to stroke your chin to, nod approvingly, shout out “Bravo, bravo” or shrug in confusion, Sept. 29 to Oct. 14.
5 things to do in Vancouver: Sept. 22 to 28, 2016

5 things to do in Vancouver: Sept. 22 to 28, 2016

1. Yodel and twang-friendly roots outfit Petunia and the Vipers play a hometown show in support of their latest release, Dead Bird on the Highway, Sept. 24 at the Rickshaw Theatre. The Crow Quill Night Owls open. Tickets available at ticketfly.
Not even Sherlock can solve mystery of combining comedy and thrills

Not even Sherlock can solve mystery of combining comedy and thrills

Holmes goes high-tech in dazzling Baskerville
Fall Arts Preview: Murder mystery keeps audiences in the dark

Fall Arts Preview: Murder mystery keeps audiences in the dark

Actors, scenery and costumes won’t be revealed until lights go up
Shields’ last novel, psychic sister acts screen at TIFF

Shields’ last novel, psychic sister acts screen at TIFF

Another week, another few hundred groundbreaking, illuminating new films, many making their world premiere in Canada at the Toronto International Film Festival, which runs until Sept. 18. Here is another short-list of films to watch.
VIFF: Vancouver actor’s unlikely journey from mines to MMA to movies

VIFF: Vancouver actor’s unlikely journey from mines to MMA to movies

TIFF entry Hello Destroyer to screen at Vancouver International Film Festival
Fringe Fest: Cops, dogs and one-man War and Peace

Fringe Fest: Cops, dogs and one-man War and Peace

The Vancouver Fringe Festival runs until Sept. 18. And Bella Sang With Us Sept. 14, 16 and 17 at the Cultch Before TV’s Cagney and Lacey came real-life L.D.
Metalwood returns to studio after 14 years

Metalwood returns to studio after 14 years

Electric jazz band celebrate two decades of music making with new album
Fringe Fest: Detectives, dames and the downside of performing in a gym

Fringe Fest: Detectives, dames and the downside of performing in a gym

The Vancouver Fringe Festival runs until Sept. 18.