Dance in Motion @ Centennial Theatre, Feb 5th, 2011
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  • November 05, 2020 - February 09
    An adaptation of a classical fairy tale. The show combines captivating storytelling, music and songs to create a truly magical experience for young and old alike. The highly synergistic mix of the enchanted illusions of European style Black Theatre, large colorful puppets and imaginative decorations and props, aspires to make this a very enjoyable event.
  • January 11 - February 06
    Our annual disCOVEry juried exhibition provides exposure to emerging artists. This year we have 25 artists, each having created a piece that reflects our theme: reinvent. The result is a fresh and eclectic show.
  • January 26 - March 23
    The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is proud to present an exhibition of works by artists Michelle Vulama and Maureen Coles.

    District Foyer Gallery January 26 – Mar 23, 2021
    Opening Reception: Thursday January 27, 6:30 - 8:30pm
  • February 04 - February 26
    Six artists will explore the utility and magic of a campfire.....
  • February 06
    A musical collaboration with Sinfonia Orchestra and the North Shore Celtic Ensemble. Two of the North Shore's most popular ensembles meet on stage for the first time and merge their Classical and Celtic styles into one exciting crossover performance. Don't miss this incredible event!

  • February 08 - March 06
    Veils & Visions examines the works of two North Vancouver painting and mixed media artists working from the human figure. Sylvia Kavanaugh’s series, which explores the woman as bride contrasts beautifully with Frank Zeidler’s haunting, dreamlike figural depictions.

    Exhibition runs from February 8 until March 6, 2021
    Opening Reception: Tuesday February 8th, 7-9pm
  • February 10 - February 27
    What starts off as a comedy about two people who resent being in the same room together develops into a gripping and poignant drama, as family secrets are revealed and old wounds are opened.

    By Jeff Baron
    Co-produced by Presentation House Theatre & Chutzpah! Festival
  • February 10 - February 26
    American drama/romance. Set in the Deep South of America, an elderly Jewish lady, Miss Daisy, needs more help as she ages. A black African-American driver is engaged and we watch the relationship develop over the years.
  • February 11
    Music, Talks, Tea and Treats

    We guarantee the sky will seem brighter and the day just a little warmer following Vancouver Symphony principal cellist Lee Duckles’ program of Spanish melodies and sultry rhythms.
  • February 12
    The Pacific Spirit Choir, under the direction of Gerald van Wyck, presents “Love is in the Air”, featuring Canadian comedic soprano, Natalie Choquette.
  • February 12
    Meet fourteen artists in their studios. See how they work, what
    they create and what they have available. The art work includes
    both painters and sculptors who employ a variety of mediums
    and techniques. One day only... don't miss out.
  • February 16
    For thirty years the Baltimore Consort has delighted audiences on both sides of the Atlantic and earned recognition on Billboard Magazine’s Top Classical list, as well as one of America’s favourite Early Music ensembles.

    Pre-performance talk at 7:15
  • February 21
    A Salty Love Story.
    Two forces of nature that attract and repel each other in equal measure drive this stormy romance filled with comedy and drama.

    By Edward J. Moore
    Director Sarah Rodgers
  • February 22
    On Tuesday February 22 at 8pm, the Seymour Art Gallery presents The Rakish Angles. This intimate concert is the first event of 2011 in the gallery’s acclaimed Music Series.
  • February 23
    From Baton Rouge, Louisiana, this band's unflaggingly energetic live show of traditional Cajun, western, swing, blues and old-school jazz, will have you dancing down the aisles!
  • February 25
    The Deep Cove Heritage Society hosts a special evening of theatre with First Impressions Theatre's production of Blithe Spirit. Written in 1941, this Noel Coward classic comedy is about a novelist whose first wife haunts him after a seance that he arranged. The departed wife's goal being to disrupt his second marriage!.
  • February 26
    Bartok's exquisite Romanian Dances, music from Korea, Japan, China, First Nations, Iran and India. Featuring the premiere of a stunning multicultural collective student composition.