Tickets & Events in New Westminster

Ensemble Theatre Company – Up to 50% Off Drama

"The Normal Heart", The Duchess of Malfi", or "The Cripple of Inishmaan"

West Point Grey

C$25 C$15

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See a Tony-winning political drama confronting AIDS, a class tragedy set in Italy, or a dark comedy about Hollywood and Ireland

Up to 58% Off Movie Outing at Rio Theatre

Rio Theatre

Grandview-Woodland

C$29.75 C$12.50

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Digital projector lights up screen with blockbusters or cult classics as surround sound encircles moviegoers in this 420-seat theatre

Up to 52% Off Movie at Dunbar Theatre

Dunbar Theatre

Vancouver West Side

C$23 C$11

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Single-screen theatre shows current blockbusters in digital and 3D

Opera Mariposa – Up to 50% Off "The Telephone"

"The Telephone"

Marpole United Church

C$22 C$11

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Menotti's comic opera follows the lovelorn Ben as he tries to propose to his phone-bound girlfriend; concert of arias caps off the season

Opera Pro Cantanti – Up to 50% Off

Opera Pro Cantanti

Cambrian Hall

C$36 C$18

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Local repertory opera enchants with works by Bellini, Verdi, and other classical heavyweights

Up to 47% Off Chinese Folk Dance

Dongmei Dance Presents "Water & Life"

Downtown Vancouver

C$38 C$20

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Chinese folk dancer entrances with a cycle that explores the nature of water and its relation to life's transience

Up to 52% Off Trey Parker's "Cannibal! The Musical"

Trey Parker's Cannibal! The Musical

Waterfront Theatre

C$35 C$17

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone's darkly funny musical based on the true story of a gold prospector accused of cannibalism

Yuk Yuk's Vancouver – Up to 50% Off Standup

Yuk Yuk's Vancouver

Yuk Yuk's Vancouver

C$40 C$20

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Comedy club continues its nearly 40-year tradition with a grab bag of humorists and storytellers filling triple bills

Up to 60% Off a VIP Visit to Art World Expo

MAB Ventures Inc.

Tellus World of Science

C$150 C$65

As artists exhibit and sell their original work and performers entrance audiences, VIPs enjoy food, a photo-booth session, and a swag bag

"Retromania" – Up to 50% Off Classic-Rock Tribute Concert for Two

"Retromania"

Clarke Theatre

C$70 C$35

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Nostalgic concert salutes the hitmakers of the '70s with spot-on tributes to Fleetwood Mac, Abba, and Rod Stewart

Ballet Victoria – Up to 40% Off "Carmina Burana"

Carmina Burana: Ballet Victoria

Cowichan Theatre

C$40 C$24

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Carl Orff's choral masterpiece comes alive thanks to vocals and choreography from Ballet Victoria's artistic director

Up to 53% Off Movie and Popcorn for Two

Far Away Entertainment Theaters and Cinemas

Multiple Locations

$25.75 $13

At eight theaters, moviegoers can enjoy popcorn and soda while catching the latest Hollywood films, second-run flicks, or foreign cinema

Half Off Range Balls and Drop-In Group Golf Lesson

Highland Pacific Golf

View Royal

C$63 C$31.50

Buckets of 45 balls each equip players for practice; drop-in group lessons focus on techniques and development

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For more than 45 years, Simon Fraser University has nurtured the talents of student-athletes who have gone on to achieve great things in either aspect of that role, producing Rhodes Scholars and Olympians alike. Since winning its first championship in 1972—swimming and diving in men's NAIA—the Clan has claimed victory in more than 50 National NAIA or CIS championships in such sports as skiing, women's basketball, and women's wrestling. Each year, rather than honouring its athletes as in other schools' age-old traditions—sending them off on an ice floe to fight the Soviets—SFU bestows an outstanding male and female each with a highland sgian dubh, a traditional Gaelic weapon that symbolizes courage, respect, and loyalty.

3676 Kensington Ave
Burnaby,
BC
CA

Some things about the Clova Cinema have changed over the years; as it passed from owner to owner, it has been a video-rental shop, a youth centre, and a stage for live performances. But despite its numerous incarnations, the rich red facades, the art-deco decorations, and the bright marquee have remained proudly in place. These features hearken all the way back to the theatre's 1947 opening, when Humphrey Bogart dominated the screen and popcorn was popped in gleaming machines instead of Buick-sized microwaves. Now, the cinema's single screen flickers to life with weekly evening and weekend matinee showings of current releases. The theatre is rife with family touches, from the real butter on the popcorn to Cupcake the dog, who is on hand at matinees to entertain guests before the show and sniff out unsilenced cell phones.

5732 176 St
Surrey,
BC
CA

In support of her high-decibel new album, Rihanna kicks off her hotly anticipated LOUD tour with emphatic gusto and a sizzling roster of special guests. Like an art show at a sundae bar, the LOUD tour floods the senses, enchanting audiences with lavishly designed sets, myriad costume changes, move-busting dancers, and Rihanna's songbook of Grammy magnets. Crooner Cee Lo Green augments the songful offerings with his own vocal talents, and Roc Nation rapper and rhythm scientist J. Cole further helps resuscitate ear drums traumatized by the outside world's blaring car horns and shrill howler monkeys.

800 Griffiths Way
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Now that it has been fully restored, the Rio Theatre immediately recalls the splendour of its grand opening in 1938. Hiding behind the old-fashioned aesthetics, however, are a digital HD projector and surround-sound speakers that immerse filmgoers in an eclectic array of first-run blockbusters and cinema classics. Showing films again as of April 2012, the theatre’s movie selection ranges from sci-fi and horror to wholesome family films, though the program coalesces around a love for pop culture that the owners share with their most ardent fans.

Aside from the daily show times, cult classics—frequently in their original 35 mm form—screen at midnight on Fridays. Guests from all walks of life come out to these packed showings, where they can snack on popcorn made with real butter or win prizes for dressing in costume as their favourite character or key grip. The 420-seat theatre also hosts concerts and events throughout the year, including past performances by Janeane Garofalo and local musicians Bend Sinister.

1660 Broadway E
Vancouver,
BC
CA

On September 9, 1979, more than 100,000 Whitecaps fans lined Robson Street to salute their hometown club. That day, the Whitecaps returned home after becoming Vancouver's first professional sports team to win a major North American championship: they had just defeated the Tampa Bay Rowdies to claim the North American Soccer League title.

Since that first one, the franchise has won six additional titles–including four in a row from 1988–1991 while playing as the 86ers in the Canadian Soccer League. In fact, the club competed under that 86ers moniker until 2000. That year, spurred by public support and an unexplainable 'Caps logo beamed into the night sky, it re-emerged under its original Whitecaps identity. Today, the 21st-century incarnation of the club continues to battle for its first championship as part of Major League Soccer, where it began play in 2011.

777 Pacific Boulevard
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Pacific Cinémathèque has been bringing essential cinema to Vancouver for nearly four decades. With an emphasis on international films, art-house flicks, Canadian classics, and under-the-radar movies, Pacific Cinémathèque offers alluring alternatives to the kiss-kiss, bang-bang blitz of Hollywood, earning it honours from the Vancouver Sun as 2009’s best art house/foreign film theatre. Get a double-bill ticket ($11.50 for adults) and activate your celluloid goggles for consumption of two game-changing movie experiences in one night. Upcoming features include a one-two punch from decorated documentary filmmakers Albert and David Maysles, with Grey Gardens and Gimme Shelter chronicling ruinous recluses and rock-‘n’-roll rawness, respectively, while the Italian filmmaker Francesco Rosi’s works get top billing in a special retrospective running May 27–June 10. Other upcoming Pacific Cinémathèque films available on double bills include works by Japanese filmmaking legend Akira Kurosawa and the little-seen American cult comedy Casablanca. Wash down your viewing experience with a small popcorn ($3) and a small pop ($2.50) from the concession stand, both included in your Groupon.

1131 Howe St
Vancouver,
BC
CA