March 31 - April 4, 2015
1212 Commercial Drive
Antigone wants to bury her dead brother. Creon, the king, has declared him an enemy of the state, whose rotting corpse should serve as an example to others.
With an exciting modern translation by BC based Ian Johnston, Sophocles's masterpiece is staged as a taut political thriller. Theatre Pandora invite you into the claustrophobic and paranoid world of the Theban war room; a place in which the personal and political catastrophically collide.
Note: No Latecomers
Adult: $20 (+ 3.75 s/c)
March 31st Preview: $10 (+ 2.75 s/c)
Pianist Jane Coop has a great idea – invite two brilliant musician friends, plan a series full of gorgeous and unusual repertoire, invite videographers to contribute to each evening, and present the concerts in an intimate and relaxed cabaret setting. Flautist Lorna McGhee and violinist Dale Barltrop readily agreed and repertoire ranging from Dohnanyi, Martinü, Messaien and Debussy to Robert Pritchard and Joe Chindamo. Relaxed, brilliant, and bold, each concert begins with the music of JS Bach, and includes one work with accompanying video interpretation. Come and experience The Ironworks Sessions.
Vancouver’s Ironworks is the perfect location for this adventurous program. Located on the eastern edge of Gastown, the Ironworks still retains many of its original industrial elements, but with atmospheric lighting, stage, cabaret seating and bar. Come and experience The Ironworks Sessions.
3 Show Pass
The Startup Studio at The Post at 750
110-750 Hamilton Street
Wednesday, April 8 @ 8:00 pm
Bar opens at 7:00 pm
featuring the Emily Carr String Quartet
Müge Büyükçelen (violin)
Cory Balzer (violin)
Mieka Michaux (viola)
Alasdair Money (cello)
Music on Main’s vibrant new series Roam returns with a performance of classical music for the modern age, presented with Here There.
Composed in 1970 at the height of the Vietnam War, George Crumb’s Black Angels for electric string quartet is a piece that amplifies and reflects the conflicts that continue around the world today.
Now we’re presenting this compelling, perturbing work, paired with Osvaldo Golijov’s captivating Tenebrae, in a secret location: a musical experience unlike any other.
($40 + $4.25 s/c)
Ticket price includes two alcoholic drinks per single ticket