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One-Offs & Limited Engagements …


March 22 - 24
7:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday / 2 p.m. Saturday & Sunday
PAL Studio Theatre (581 Cardero)
Admission $28.94 (with service charges)
Tickets at 604-363-5734, online
here, or at www. 

From left, Annabel Kershaw, Keith Martin Gordey, and Tanja Dixon-Warren appear in Mystery at Greenfingers. (Ellie O’Day Photo)

Western Gold Theatre kicks off their 2019 season with J.B. Priestly’s Mystery at Greenfingers, where at the closed Greenfingers Palace Hotel part of the staff, preparing for the new season, is enduring an unanticipated violent snowstorm. Into this group comes Robert Crowther, the rather stupid house detective sent to investigate something secret. As the snowstorm intensifies, a Miss Tracey appears, requesting accommodation for her and her passenger. 

That night shots are heard and Miss Tracey’s passenger disappears from her room, even though the doors and windows are locked from the inside. Crowther questions the chef, the housekeeper, two maids, the new social hostess, the bartender, and the assistant manager, to no avail. Who did it and why is the puzzling, clever and witty resolution.

Anna Hagan directs this staged reading featuring Daria Banu, Dave Campbell, Tanja Dixon-Warren, Keith Martin Gordey, Annabel Kershaw, Olivia Lang, Gerry MacKay, Bronwen Smith, Sean Sonier, and Colleen Winton. 

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Sunday, March 17
4 - 5 p.m.
Roedde House Museum (1415 Barclay)
$15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors

Classical Concert Series presents "Rising Stars: Genesis Trio" featuring Jonathan López, clarinet; Nina Weber, viola; and Markus Masaites, piano - Sunday March 17th, 4-5 PM. 

This year’s Rising Stars concert features the Genesis Trio, exciting new talent from UBC. Jonathan López, clarinet, Nina Weber, viola, and Markus Masaites, piano are each formidable musicians, and their consummate collaborative playing is nothing short of miraculous. Join us in celebrating these emerging talents with a program including repertoire by Bach, Beethoven, and Bruch.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for students, seniors and members.


Alex Clark brings his tour to PAL Studio Theatre March 15.

Alex Clark brings his tour to PAL Studio Theatre March 15.

Friday, March 15
PAL Studio Theatre (581 Cardero)
8 p.m.
Admission $25

Tickets are going fast for the Vancouver appearance of Alex Clark, a seasoned comedian, YouTuber, and animator most known for his self-titled animated YouTube channel “It’s Alex Clark” where he has amassed nearly four million subscribers.
This performance is a one night only event and will include improv, stand up, stories about his ridiculous
family … and a few surprises. He’s a four-time People’s Choice Award winner, has appeared on America’s Got
Talent, and The Chicago Tribune said “his viral videos are funny”. From the screen to the stage: Watch
anywhere. Laugh Everywhere.

Once A Week, Every Week …

John Stetch plays at Jazz Vespers at First Baptist on March 24.


Every Sunday / 4 to 5 p.m. / Temporarily Relocated from St. Andrew’s-Wesley Church to First Baptist (969 Burrard). By Donation Every Sunday afternoon the folks at the historic church at Burrard and Nelson present the finest jazz musicians in the Lower Mainland in an afternoon performance where jazz meets, and dances, with the spirit. The March lineup includes: Karin Plato on the 3rd; TBA on the 10th; Amanda Woods on the 17th; John Stetch on the 24th; and Linda Szentes on the 31st.


Every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday the Sylvia Hotel (1154 Gilford) presents an evening of live jazz in their lounge overlooking English Bay. The March lineup will be posted here as soon as available.

The lineup for March includes:

Wednesdays (8 - 10 p.m.): Stephanie Pedraza’s Latin Jazz and Pop stylings on the 6th; classic harmonies with The Hot Mammas on the 13th; contemporary jazz with Allegro Duo on the 20th; and a “twist 'o’ jazz” with Wanda & Harris on the 27th.

Thursdays (8 - 10 p.m.): The Jazz-pop trio Blue Bird Day on the 7th; roots blues and jazz with the Bruce Gerrish Band on the 14th; neo-soul with Marla Torgerson on the 21st; and R&B with Lulu and Her Man on the 28th.

Sundays (7 - 9 p.m.): The Weaver / Werth Band with jazz and blues on the 3rd; jazz crooner Bobby Bacchus on the 10th; Bebop jazz with West Coast Charisma on the 17th; jazz-funk stylings with Hooked on Jazz on the 24th; and jazz duo Ryley and Kaylar on the 31st.

And Sundays feature a Prime Rib special!


Fridays & Saturdays at Rio Brazilian Steakhouse (1122 Denman). Showtime is ??Samba Fusion is a Vancouver based Dance Company, whose roots are based in Brazilian Samba, fused with numerous dance styles, music and rhythms. This Multicultural Dance Group performs several styles of dance fusion including: Brazilian Samba, Forro, Samba Reggae, Afro- Brazilian, Hip Hop, African, Polynesian and Burlesque.