Archive of posts tagged "Bard On The Beach"

Young Shakespeareans Summer Theatre Camps and Teen Workshops

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Bard on the Beach announces the return of its annual Young Shakespeareans Summer Theatre Camps and Teen Workshops, with sessions beginning July 3rd and running through to August 31, 2018. Enter to win a spot for the young actor in your life!

Win Tickets to Bard-B-Q & Fireworks at Bard on the Beach

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Take two of the best parts of summer in Vancouver and combine them for one spectacular evening! Bard on the Beach is once again offering its Bard-B-Q & Fireworks nights where you can enjoy a Bard mainstage show, dinner, and a private view of the Honda Celebration of Light from their grounds at Vanier Park. […]

June Theatre Listings for Vancouver

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One of my favourite Vancouver date night activities with my husband is a dinner and a show, which is why I’m so excited to partner with the Jessie Awards this year to bring you monthly theatre listings. The Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards are an annual awards ceremony and party produced by the Jessie Richardson Theatre […]

Bard on the Beach Summer 2017

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Established in 1990, Bard on the Beach is one of Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare festivals. This annual festival explores and celebrates the genius of William Shakespeare, surrounded by the natural beauty of Vancouver. Here’s what will be on stage this season: Bard on the Beach Summer 2017 Much Ado About Nothing June 1 – […]

Bard on the Beach Review Merry Wives of Windsor

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There are two types of people in this modern world: Those who use “LOL” and those who use “Ha Ha Ha” when replying to something funny with email or text message. I’m in the “Ha Ha Ha” camp, because I feel that unless I’m truly laughing out loud, I shouldn’t be implying that I am […]