Forget About Tomorrow – to February 18
Jill Daum’s powerful and funny new play about a family dealing with Alzheimer’s continues to February 18.
Tickets for Forget About Tomorrow range from $20 to $53 (plus GST). Tickets are available at 250-385-6815 or online at tickets.belfry.bc.ca. Prices are subject to change.
Oil + Dirt – to February 10
A group exhibition of paintings by Jo-Ann Richards and Jane Francis and ceramics by Gwen Howey and Malene Foyd celebrates their shared appreciation of visceral explorations and processes.
February 5 / 10am–4pm
February 6, 7 & 8 / 10am–7pm
February 9 & 10 / 10am–7:30pm
VocalEye – Visually described performance of Forget About Tomorrow - February 11 at 2 pm
For our patrons with low or no vision, we offer this VocalEye performance during Forget About Tomorrow. Trained Audio Describers provide descriptions of the visual elements of the show, allowing people with low vision to enjoy the theatrical experience without missing any of the details.
Please call our Box Office at 250-385-6815 to book your tickets.
Black History Month Concert – Monday, February 12 at 7 pm
In celebration of Black History Month we invite you to join us for an evening of music at the Belfry Theatre featuring award-winning musicians Cathy Essombe and Patrick Bermel of the band Ardent Tribe. Drop-in.
Admission by donation. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Presented in partnership with the BC Black History Awareness Society and the Greater Victoria Public Library.
Pendulum – February 23 + 24
“This community-focused initiative honours Indigenous worldviews as they relate to reconciliation and community healing,” said Lindsay Delaronde. “Pendulum brings new life into the context of theatre and decolonizes the art form, which Indigenous peoples are so often left out of.”
Pendulum – An Indigenous Showcase will include the following acts:
- Ohen:ton Kariwentehkhwa, an Iroquois giving of thanks,
- Breath in the Land, a contemporary local territorial acknowledgement of welcome and holding of space,
- ANSWER, an all-female drum group who has been singing and sharing traditional songs throughout the community in order to keep tradition alive,
- Rage Flowers, a contemporary duet exploring decolonizing of the body through rage,
- Ahousat, a Bear Song composed by Guy Louis Jr. and performed by members of the Nuuchanulth community, narrating the struggle and conflict of a man and bear before they unite as one.
Dates & Times
Friday, February 23 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 24 at 1:30 pm
Saturday, February 24 at 7:30 pm
Tickets are $30. Tickets are available at 250-385-6815 or online at tickets.belfry.bc.ca.
Produced by Lindsay Delaronde, the Indigenous Artist in Residence for the City of Victoria, in partnership with the Belfry Theatre.
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