Upcoming Events:


Rogue Folk Club The Rogue Folk Club is committed to presenting the world’s finest folk music.   Tickets and info for all the latest information on upcoming concerts.

VancouverCountry Dancelogo Vancouver Country Dance Saturday, April 19 and Saturday, May 17. 8:00 to 11:00 p.m., St. James Hall. Tickets and info


Kits Classics + Worlds Beyond: Upcoming dates will be posted shortly.

Vancouver’s great professional musicians join forces in trios quartets, or quintets to perform their favourite chamber music in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Bring the whole family, meet other music lovers, and enjoy juice and cookies at intermission! This wonderful concert series is supported by individual donors and sponsored by St. James Community Square, VanCity Savings, Parthenon Foods and Mustel Group Market Research. For more information, please contact Johanna at 604-732-3990 or


Laura Robinson Defense Fund - fund raiser. Thursday, May 1, 2014, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m., St. James Hall.


Writers from the West to the East are coming to Vancouver to read in support of this defense fund. Great readings on freedom, excellent food, drink, music and a silent auction, all for $50 admission.



Flamenco Rosario proudly presents Cuadro Flamenco, an evening of dance, music, wine, tapas and silent auction. Saturday, May 10th, 2014, 8:00 p.m., St. James Hall. Doors: 7:00 p.m.
Tickets available at or call 604 – 568-1273.

The Cuadro Flamenco Series

Established in 2001, Flamenco Rosario’s Cuadro Flamenco series has been a spirited event celebrating the traditional, intimate setting of flamenco performance. Originating in the era of the café cantantes, and continuing today in Spain’s tablaos flamencos, the form showcases dancers, musicians and singers sharing the stage. In keeping with the tablaos tradition, the evening’s program is not predetermined, but follows the spontaneity and improvisational nature of flamenco. The dancers perform for the Cuadro behind them as well as the audience in front. A healthy dose of competition is an important part of the show, as is the rapport among the performers and with the audience. Don’t be afraid to shout out olé when the mood strikes you!


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