<span>Buy Tickets for Vancouver</span> May 9 to 25 2013

Buy Tickets for Vancouver May 9 to 25 2013

tixvancouver3Zachary Stevenson (the Arts Club’s Buddy Holly) stars in the stage adaptation of Mark Leiren-Young’s Never Shoot A Stampede Queen — winner of the Leacock Medal for humour. This all-new solo show follows the adventures of a big city (Vancouver) boy who arrives in the crime capital of BC (Williams Lake) and discovers stranger news, quirkier characters, and better friends than he ever could have imagined. Directed and dramaturged by TJ Dawe (hot off his acclaimed solo show Medicine), and adapted for the stage by Leiren-Young (known to Arts Club audiences for Easy Money and The Year in Revue).

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About The Granville Island Stage

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Granville Island Stage has been home to countless award-winning productions over the past two decades and is located on Vancouver’s historic Granville Island. Some of Canada’s best known talents have graced the stages or created new works for the theatre– including Nicola Cavendish, Ann Mortifee, Jeff Hyslop, Brent Carver, Morris Panych, Winston Rekert, Molly Parker, and Jay Brazeau. A fresh style and innovative approach to theatre typifies a production at the Granville Island Stage – and the famous BackStage Lounge Bistro is filled with theatrical memorabilia from the company’s four decades of productions.

About Vancouver

Vancouver was recognized as the Top City in Canada in Condé Nast Traveler magazine’s 2012 Readers’ Choice Awards.

The city was also named the Top Destination in Canada in TripAdvisor’s 2012 Travelers’ Choice awards, and was chosen as the world’s “Most Liveable City” in 2010 by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a title it has been awarded eight times since 2002.

Vancouver offers travellers both outstanding opportunities for outdoor adventure and the sophisticated amenities of a world-class city. Take advantage of the city’s oceanside location, with plenty of green space and many recreation opportunities in the mountains 20 minutes north of downtown. After a busy day, linger over a glass of BC wine and a locally inspired meal, or unwind at one of Vancouver’s unique spas.

While this sea-level port city is known for its temperate climate, the surrounding snow-covered slopes are perfect for winter sports and breathtaking views of the city twinkling below. Vancouver is one of the few places in the world where it’s possible to ski in the morning and sail in the afternoon.

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