Vancouver’s Cultch’s Exciting 2024-25 Season Lineup

Vancouver's Cultch's Exciting 2024-25 Season Lineup

Discover the vibrant 2024/25 season lineup at The Cultch, featuring a diverse range of performances for all tastes!

The Cultch, Vancouver’s premier cultural hub, is set to launch its highly anticipated 2024/25 season with a captivating array of performances that promise to delight audiences of all ages and interests. At the forefront of this season’s lineup is the award-winning play “As You Like It, or the Land Acknowledgement,” written by acclaimed playwright Cliff Cardinal and produced by Toronto’s Crow’s Theatre.

As You Like It, or the Land Acknowledgement

Running from September 25th to 29th at the historic York Theatre on 639 Commercial Dr, this thought-provoking comedy offers a unique exploration of the concept of land acknowledgments. Cultural provocateur Cliff Cardinal and the talented team at Crow’s Theatre delve into the complexities of acknowledging Indigenous land rights in a witty and engaging manner, making it a must-see production of the season.

When: Septemer 25-29, 2024

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Dancers of Damelahamid: Raven Mother

Following the opening act, from October 9th to 12th, the Historic Theatre at The Cultch will come alive with the mesmerizing performance of “Raven Mother” by Dancers of Damelahamid. This newly choreographed Indigenous dance work pays homage to the legacy of the late Elder Margaret Harris, celebrating Indigenous culture and storytelling through the art of dance.

When: October 9-12, 2024

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/egj6pH3VtekU42B56

Tentacle Tribe: Prism

From October 23rd to 27th, Montreal’s innovative dance group Tentacle Tribe will grace the stage at the Historic Theatre with their captivating performance of “Prism.” Combining conceptual hip hop with a contemporary twist, this show promises to push boundaries and ignite the imagination of audiences with its dynamic choreography and visually stunning production.

When: October 23-27, 2024

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/egj6pH3VtekU42B56

Vancouver's Cultch's Exciting 2024-25 Season Lineup

East Van Panto: Robin Hood

As the holiday season approaches, The Cultch invites audiences to join in the festive spirit with the return of the beloved East Van Panto series. From November 20th, 2024 to January 5th, 2025, the York Theatre will host a whimsical retelling of the classic tale of Robin Hood, brought to life by Vancouver’s Theatre Replacement. With a unique blend of humor, music, and social commentary, this production is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

When: November 20, 2024-Jan. 5, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Duck Pond

In January 2025, the Vancouver Playhouse, in collaboration with DanceHouse, presents “Duck Pond,” an imaginative reimagining of Swan Lake by Australian contemporary circus group. Audiences can expect a dynamic fusion of dance, acrobatics, and storytelling as the performers breathe new life into this classic tale.

When: January 22-25, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/zwPhHoF6WZaS6WjL6

Wonderful Joe

From February 4th to 23rd, 2025, audiences are invited to embark on a grand adventure with master puppeteer Ronnie Burkett as he presents “Wonderful Joe” at the Historic Theatre. Burkett’s masterful storytelling and puppetry skills bring to life the heartwarming tale of a man and his dog, promising an unforgettable theatrical experience.

When: Febuary 4-23, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/egj6pH3VtekU42B56

Vancouver's Cultch's Exciting 2024-25 Season Lineup


Presented in collaboration with The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, February 6th to 8th, 2025 brings “Dimanche” to the Vancouver Playhouse stage. This poignant production by Chaliwaté Company and Focus Company of Belgium tells the story of a family grappling with the forces of nature, offering a compelling exploration of resilience and human connection.

When: Febuary 6th-8th, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/zwPhHoF6WZaS6WjL6

Little Red Warrior and His Lawyer

From March 6th to 16th, 2025, the York Theatre will host “Little Red Warrior and His Lawyer” by Nlaka’pamux nation playwright Loring. This satirical and modern trickster tale promises to captivate audiences with its sharp wit and thought-provoking commentary on contemporary issues.

When: March 6-16, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Children of God

Corey Payette’s powerful musical “Children of God” takes the stage at the York Theatre from March 21st to 29th, 2025. Presented by Vancouver’s Urban Ink, this emotionally resonant production sheds light on the dark chapter of Canada’s history, exploring the impact of residential schools on Indigenous communities.

When: March 21-29, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Beauty and the Beast: My Life

From March 28th to April 6th, 2025, Vancouver’s Niall McNeil presents “Beauty and the Beast: My Life” at the Historic Theatre. Blending fantasy, music, and whimsy, McNeil invites audiences into his imaginative world, offering a heartfelt exploration of identity and belonging.

When: March 28-April 6, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Vancouver's Cultch's Exciting 2024-25 Season Lineup

N. Ormes

Closing out the season from April 24th to 27th, 2025, the Historic Theatre will showcase “N. Ormes” by Agathe and Adrien from Quebec. This captivating circus performance pushes the boundaries of physicality and gender norms, inviting audiences to experience the awe-inspiring spectacle of contemporary circus artistry.

When: April 24-27, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Love You Wrong Time

Toronto’s Bad Muse Collective brings “Love You Wrong Time” to the Historic Theatre from May 1st to 11th, 2025, in collaboration with Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre. This comedic exploration of the fetishization of Asian women promises to provoke laughter and spark meaningful conversations about race and identity.

When: May 1-11, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Every Day She Rose

From May 1st to 11th, 2025, the Vancity Culture Lab will host “Every Day She Rose” by Zee Zee Theatre. This powerful production explores the intersections of activism and identity, drawing inspiration from the Black Lives Matter movement and the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade.

When: May 1-11, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

Haus of YOLO

Closing out the season from June 5th to 15th, 2025, the York Theatre will come alive with “Haus of YOLO” by Dust Palace from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Combining high fashion with high-flying acrobatics, this electrifying performance promises to be a feast for the senses, set to the backdrop of banging party tunes

When: June 5-15, 2025

Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/MzisjQApBet9nBJfA

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