Archive of posts tagged "Date Night"

Win a Phantom of the Opera Date Night

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Vancouver Bach Choir, currently celebrating its 85th anniversary season, presents Downing’s Phantom of the Opera at the Orpheum this February. Where: The Orpheum (601 Smithe St, Vancouver) When: Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 8:00pm Tickets: Starting at $29, available online now This version of Phantom of the Opera is not the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, […]

Skate Date Night at Robson Square Ice Rink

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Ducking below the bustling city on a cool winter night, plaza steps lead you to the warm glow of changing lights reflecting off the ice surface. The top pop hits of today pump from the venue’s speakers as you lace up, step onto the ice, and take your sweetie’s hand. Robson Square ice rink is […]

Win a Vancouver Theatre Date Night to See The Rivals

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Blackbird Theatre presents the 10th anniversary performance of The Rivals with an all-star cast of Vancouver talent. On now until January 23rd at The Cultch, this is a wickedly witty, joyfully irreverent production. Martin Happer, Emma Slipp and Scott Bellis. Photo credit: Tim Matheson Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals is directed by Jessie-Award winning Johnna […]

Enjoy an Arts Club Date Night This Christmas

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You really can’t go wrong with a classic date night that consists of a dinner-and-show, and when the local restaurant community supports theatregoers, it’s just that much better. I recently had two date nights ahead of two Arts Club holiday shows, and each was just lovely. It’s a Wonderful Life on Granville Island I was […]

Dinner at Brix & Mortar in Yaletown

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Brix is one of those restaurants that creates lasting memories, and not only because of its dreamy cobblestone courtyard, with draping ivy, chandeliers and candles that ooze romance. The first time I was at the restaurant was for a work Christmas dinner 14 years ago, the type of event that Brix is well-known for hosting […]

Dinner at Royal Dinette

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“It’s like a diner from paintings of diners,” John told me as we stepped into Royal Dinette on Dunsmuir. Greeted by Manager Chen Wei-Lee, we took our seats at the window, watching the tail end of the after-work crowd rush to their buses or to the pub upstairs. With its tiled floors, hard woods and […]