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Orpheum Theatre was built in 1927 and restored in 1976 to its former glory. Originally opened as a vaudeville house, it is now a beautiful, much-loved city landmark. Located in the entertainment district Downtown, it is the perfect venue for a glamorous night out on the town, offering a variety of concerts, musicals and ceremonies as well as being the home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
Tom Lee Music Hall or TLM Hall is an event hall housed within the Tom Lee music store. Seating almost 200 guests, it hosts concerts, recitals and other such events. For details, check website.
The legendary Vogue Theatre is a 1,200-seat venue that has been catering to the city's theater crowd since 1941. With its bright yellow exterior, Art Deco design and bright neon sign, it has welcomed some of the biggest entertainment names around. Though it hosts mainly artistic productions, the venue also holds seminars and events. It is located in the city's entertainment district. The building has a history buff pleasing past and even has its own ghost, rumored to haunt the dressing room corridor.
Located in the neighborhood of Yaletown, Club Hollywood North is a known karaoke bar and is inspired by traditional Japanese lounges with Japanese hostesses. Sing along to a wide assortment of English pop hits, Korean, Chinese and Japanese tracks. Locals enjoy the extensive cocktail menu along with their BBQ's and karaoke nights.
Located in Vancouver, the Vancouver International Film Centre is home to a number of short films, movies and documentaries. Audiences to this place can choose from a wide range of films which are showcased here. This theater is also home to a number of festivals where producers and movie creators from all over come to showcase their work. There is also the Vancity Theatre which is given out on rent.
This is for all you film lovers! The 170-seat Vancity Theater presents international films throughout the year. Well-maintained and well-equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities, this theater is one of its kind in the city and showcases latest flicks. Sporting a modern facade, Vancity Theater offers exceptional cinema in an ultra modern set up and also rents it for screening films, multi-media presentations and music concerts.
After closing its doors in the mid-1990s amid protests from patrons and famous musicians, the recently refurbished and re-opened ballroom is making a bouncy comeback. Its dance floor lies atop tires that make everyone move. The 990-capacity venue, located in downtown, has a history of amazing performances ranging from Dizzy Gillespie and Tina Turner to Nirvana and the Clash, along with modern artists like Stereolab and the Flaming Lips. Its location in the entertainment hub makes it a perfect place to see a show before going clubbing. Call ahead for current event details.
Granville 7 Cinemas has seven screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
In Downtown Vancouver, Scotiabank Dance Centre is a spacious venue with 6 studios: five of which are naturally lit, and mirror-walled, and one is a black box studio. Workshops, classes, rehearsals, performances, shoots etc. can be held here. Besides changing rooms and showers at the venue, the center offers laundry and kitchen facilities as well. It's an effort to promote artists and their innovations in the art of dance and introduce patrons to the ever changing world of art. Check website for more details.
This 12 lane bowling alley and billiards hall makes for a great indoor activity for families and friends alike. An onsite arcade will keep the little ones entertained while parents bowl or shoot pool. Open for over 80 years, this classic Vancouver venue is sure to please everyone in your group.
This is a great indie and classic film-lover's theatre that shows an array of independent and international cinema. Pacific Cinematheque is dedicated to the understanding of film and moving images', and to helping people learn more about media literacy and the processes and history of film making itself. The cinephile's venue is available for function rentals and can accommodate up to 194 people. The program focuses primarily on films from British Columbia and Canada, but hosts a thriving international program as well.
The Robson Square is a famous landmark located in downtown Vancouver. It is a modern civic center and a public space that houses a number of government office. The square is know to be the location of Robson Square.