Nov. 1st – 3rd – The Ones We Leave Behind, Historic Theatre, The Cultch; presented by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre; thecultch.com

Nov. 1st – 4th – Backbone; Gravity & Other Myths; Vancouver Playhouse; from Australia; an international circus hit; thecultch.com

Nov. 1st – 10th – The Wolves; Pacific Theatre; A pack of teenage girls prepares for battle on the soccer field; pacifictheatre.org

Nov.  1st – 18th – Sweat, Stanley Theatre, Arts Club; “A tough yet empathetic portrait of the America that came undone” —The New Yorker; Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; artsclub.com

Nov. 1st – Dec. 15th – Patricia Piccinini’s CURIOUS IMAGININGS at the Patricia Hotel -immersive art installation; https://www.vancouverbiennale.com/event/patricia-piccininis-curious-imaginings-exhibit-at-the-patricia-hotel/

Nov. 2nd & 3rd – VIMY; Kay Meek Centre; drama about a group of Canadian soldiers convalescing in a field hospital; kaymeek.com

Nov. 3rd – Professor Fabrizio Zillbotti, Yale – Love, Money and Parenting: How Economics Explains the Way We Raise Our Kids; Vancouver Institue Lectures; free; 8:15 pm; Lecture hall No. 2, Instructional Resources Centre, UBC; http://vancouverinstitute.ca

Nov. 7th – Dec. 2nd – Vancouver Jewish Film Festival; http://www.vjff.org/

Nov. 8th – 17th – Empire of the Son , Gateway Theatre in Richmond; funny, poignant, autobiographical one-man show; gatewaytheatre.com

Nov. 10th – Professor Wade Davis, UBC – Of War and Remembrance:  Canada and The Great War; Vancouver Institute Lectures; free; 8:15 pm; Lecture hall No. 2, Instructional Resources Centre, UBC; http://vancouverinstitute.ca

Nov. 13th – Isabel Allende; UBC Connects; ubc.ca/ubcconnects

Nov. 15th – 18th – Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Queen Elizabeth Theatre; Broadway Across Canada; Tony and Grammy Award winning play; ticketmaster.ca

Nov. 15th – 18th – Christmas at Hycroft; doors 11:00 am; christmasathycroft.com

Nov. 15th – 24th – Sense and Sensibility; The Blue Shore at Capilano University, North Vancouver; Jane Austen; tickets.capilanou.ca

Nov. 15th – 24th – Much Ado About Nothing; Frederic Wood Theatre, UBC; fresh take on Shakespeare; ubcthetretickets.com

Nov. 15th – Dec. 1st – Ring of Fire, the Music of Johnny Cash, Deep Cove Shaw Theatre, North Vancouver; firstimpressionstheatre.com

Nov. 15th – Dec. 1st – The Enemy, Firehall Arts Centre; political drama with an ethically compromised anti-hero; firehallartscentre.ca

Nov. 15th – Dec. 2nd – The Suppliant Women, Jericho Arts Centre; Aeschylus’ tale of a group of women fleeing male agression and looking for refuge across a foreign border; unitedplayers.com

Nov. 15th – Dec. 2nd – Mortified, Studio 58, Langara College; humorous and dark; studio58.ca

Nov. 15th – Dec. 30th – Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley; Granville Island Stage; artsclub.com

Nov. 17th – The Honourable Steven L. Point, Former Lieutenant Governor of BC – Reconciliation Begins With You; Vancouver Institute Lectures; free; 8:15 pm; Lecture hall No. 2, Instructional Resources Centre, UBC; http://vancouverinstitute.ca

Nov. 18th – Dead Poets Reading Series; Vancouver Public Library Central Branch; 3:00 to 5:00, free; vpl.ca/events

Nov. 19th – Vancouver Giller Light Bash, CBC Studio, 700 Hamilton; 6:30 pm, $20; frontiercollege.akaraisin.com/ui/gillerlightbash

Nov. 21st – Dec. 24th – The Vancouver Christmas Market, Jack Poole Plaza; vancouverchristmasmarket.com

Nov. 22nd – Writers Showcase, Vancouver Public Library, 6:30 – 8:00 pm; free; vpl.ca/events

Nov. 22nd – Dec. 8th – Hir, The Annex, Seymour St.; comic exploration of family dysfunction and patriarchy; pitheatre.com/hir

Nov. 22nd – Dec. 30th – Blind Date; Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre; one actor, one audience member; one blind date; artsclub.com

Nov. 24 – Professor Leonard Foster, UBC – Are Bees Really Dying? Are We the Cause or the Solution?; Vancouver Institute Lectures; free; 8:15 pm; Lecture hall No. 2, Instructional Resources Centre, UBC; http://vancouverinstitute.ca

COMING UP:

Jan 17th – Feb. 3rd – PuSH, International Performing Arts Festival; info at pushfestival.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

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