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Tag Archives: Bard on the Beach
Today we went to see the Bard on the Beach production of Othello and I have to admit, I had very mixed emotions while watching the performance. Yes, it was a beautiful stage, amazing acting, and an interesting spin on … Continue reading
Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival begins its 27th season in Vanier Park on June 3, with an exciting lineup of plays, concerts and special events. All tickets for Bard on the Beach went on sale April 6 for … Continue reading
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival has announced a 2016 season that will showcase the genius and popular appeal of the great English playwright, in a year of world-wide celebrations marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The 27th Bard … Continue reading
Just a quick post here for now…today Sweetheart and I took in the matinee performance of Hamlet at Bard on The Beach. In one word; WOW. This is an unforgettable show. Jonathan Young plays the part of Hamlet and the … Continue reading
I am a dedicated fan of the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival and this year’s performance of Elizabeth Rex once again solidifies my support. And you probably also know that I am not an expert on describing theatre in … Continue reading
For one night only, the Vancouver theatre institution known as Bard on the Beach, a theatre company that year after year puts on some of the most fabulous Shakespeare performances is changing direction and becoming a Fight Club. Well, okay, … Continue reading
Although you wouldn’t be able to guess as much when looking at the muddy construction site at Vanier Park, Bard on the Beach will soon be open. The Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival will open their 22nd season with … Continue reading
I thought I would take a cruise by Vanier Park to see how the site prep is coming for this year’s Bard on the Beach. I was a little surprised to see how little has been done to prep the … Continue reading
On May 5th the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival will celebrate Shakespeare’s 447th birthday with its annual fundraising event: BILL’S BIRTHDAY BREAKFAST. This festive and informative morning will take place from 7:30 to 9:00am at the Sheraton Wall Centre. … Continue reading