Nightlife in Vancouver

Beer-Brewing or Winemaking Class for One, Two, or Four at Broadway Brewing and Winemaking (Up to 58% Off)

Broadway Brewing and Winemaking

Broadway Brewing Co

Students learn how to sterilize equipment, ferment their libation, and bottle it under the tutelage of DIY experts

C$45 C$22

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C$19 for C$30 Worth of Gourmet Pub Food at Displace Hashery

Displace Hashery

Displace Hashery

Local pub with organic flair offers wings in whisky-barbecue sauce, locally raised beef burgers, stone-oven-baked pizzas, and weekend brunch

C$30 C$19

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"Into the Woods" for Two at Jericho Arts Centre on April 28–May 13 (Up to 40% Off)

"Into the Woods"

Jericho Arts Centre

Tony-Winning Sondheim musical critiques the concept of “happily ever after” with a dark take on several characters from Grimm’s fairytales

C$70 C$42

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Slipknot: Summer's Last Stand Tour at Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena on August 24 (Up to 36% Off)

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Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

Grammy-winning metal icons Slipknot headline a summer tour with Lamb of God, Bullet for My Valentine, and Motionless in White

C$92.60 C$59

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Tour de Force: An Evening of Broadway Showstoppers at Marpole United Church on Saturday, May 16 (Up to 41% Off)

Tour de Force: An Evening of Broadway Showstoppers

Marpole United Church

An evening of thrilling tunes from classic Broadway musicals benefits the National ME/FM Action Network

C$22 C$13

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An Evening with Shirley MacLaine at The Orpheum Theatre on May 26 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 43% Off)

Shirley MacLaine

The Orpheum Theatre

The Academy Award-winning actress and best-selling author shares captivating tales of her 60 years in film, with a Q&A afterwards

C$65.50 C$39

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Instant Theatre Company Improv for Two or Four at Havana Theatre Through October 11 (Up to 53% Off)

Instant Theatre

Havana Theatre

Off-the-cuff comedy shows feature short- and long-form improvisation, competitive formats, and plenty of audience participation

C$16 C$8

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"Let It Be: A Celebration of The Beatles" at The Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Saturday, March 21 (Up to 52% Off)

Let It Be: A Celebration of the Beatles

The Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Acclaimed multi-era West End Beatles–inspired show makes its Canadian debut

C$73.50 C$35

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Movie and Popcorn for Two at Dunbar Theatre (Up to 50% Off)

Dunbar Theatre

Vancouver West Side

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

C$29 C$14.50

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  • The Edge Social Grille & Lounge
    Conveniently located in the heart of Vancouver, The Edge is equal parts modern and comfortable, fine dining and casual. A lounge area with cozy, but almost futuristic-looking silver chairs and black loveseats serves as comfy spot for an after-work cocktail. The dining area, though, feels like a stark contrast, with its retro decor straight from the golden age of diners. But the globally inspired menu, unlike any phone that came out earlier this year, is definitely of this time, with ingredients sourced locally and served at dinner, lunch, and brunch. Dinner means an array of signature dishes like flatbreads and burgers or hearty entrees such as roasted chicken breast, pan-seared salmon, and pastas. For brunch, both breakfast and lunch are equally represented, with skillets and french toast as well as mac-and-cheese and crispy chicken burgers.
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    1100 Granville Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
    Since 2002,'s staff has created age-specific dating events like this for straight, gay, and lesbian singles in LA, Chicago, New York City, and all across Canada. At a typical event, they set up attendees with 25 one-on-one dates at stylish downtown venues, each lasting three minutes. After each mini-date, participants write "yes" or "no" behind the ID number of the person they just met. then finds mutual matches and exchanges the two parties' contact info. In addition to countless happy case studies, more than 75% of participants find at least one match, a number that has caught the eye of myriad press outlets.
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    555 West 12th Avenue
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Kay Meek Centre
    Mrs. Kay Meek could be considered a visionary of the theatre arts. She wanted to create a place that inspired the community and brought it together before the stage. To that end, she financed the Kay Meek Centre, a cultural hub that blends classic touches into a uniquely modern venue. With blond wood, soft pink brick, and purple fabrics, the main theatre is timeless, with acoustics that enhance every musical performance and stagehand’s whispered wish to be famous. The studio theatre, on the other hand, provides a more intimate experience, with adjustable seating able to adapt to any show.
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    1700 Mathers Ave.
    West Vancouver, BC CA
  • Vancouver Symphony Society
    Founded in 1919, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra enriches Vancouver with interpretations of classical and popular music at 13 performance venues. Music lovers get to hear the sonorous synchronization of the VSO's musicians and conductors throughout a diverse schedule of performances, including pops concerts and celebrations of Bach and Haydn. An army of woodwinds, strings, and brass joins forces with special guest musicians throughout May, including violinist Augustin Hadelich tackling Sibelius on May 1 and 2 and pianist Alessio Bax interpreting Mozart on May 7 and 9. Most shows take place at the VSO's home in the historic Orpheum Theatre, a former vaudeville house and designated National Heritage Site where many a prime minister got a start in ventriloquism.
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    601 Smithe Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • The Charlatan
    The Charlatan's rich, mahogany ambience complements the smoky, mesquite flavours and applewood-scented entrees that make this local pub one to top the to-do list. Hearty menu items such as the house-pulled pork ($14) assuages whiny bellies, while the chicken pot pie ($13) and mom's meatloaf ($13) satisfy a deeply rooted down-home hunger pangs. Fifteen beers on tap, 12 wines by the glass, and a creative cocktail list cure a homesick soul in one sip, whereas drinking the 911 wing sauce is not recommended unless you've gone and frozen your teeth to the flagpole again.
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    1447 Commercial Drive
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Pacific Cinematheque Pacifique
    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.
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    1131 Howe Street
    Vancouver, BC CA

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