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Push Festival

PuSh Festival presents deeply moving Australian performance touring Canada for the first time: "dirtsong"

In the 150th year of a nation born from the displacement of its Indigenous peoples—dirtsong is more poignant than ever.
Dancer Stephen Thompson in PuSh Festival's Relative Collider

PuSh Fest concludes on an abstract note with Relative Collider

"Relative Collider" --arabesques in a cloud chamber
PuSh Festival Presents Char Bagh

PuSh Festival Presents Char Bagh

Enter Digital Handloom’s curated modern bagh, and experience four methods of storytelling.
Photo of Alanna Mitchell by Chloe Ellingson.

PuSh Festival presents Sea Sick

Her book Sea Sick won the Grantham Prized for excellence in environmental writing, and she has toured the world, captivating and informing audiences on five continents.
Rob Drummond. Photo courtesy of the Arts Club Theatre Company.

Arts Club and PuSh Festival present Bullet Catch

A death-defying performance so dangerous that even Houdini didn’t dare it, the bullet catch has claimed many lives since its inception in 1613, according to a press release. In this nail-biter, the...
11th annual PuSh Festival

11th annual PuSh Festival begins in January with superb theatre and dance you won't want to miss

The 11th annual PuSh International Performing Arts Festival returns in January, with some amazing works, many of them topical, as well as some superb cutting edge dance.

PuSH Festival finishes with “Saudade” (longing for more)

Zambujo’s Fado is more happy than sad, but it's the sad that makes it work so well.

10th annual PuSh Festival brings international lineup of theatre, dance, music and more

2014 PuSh Festival for Performing Arts runs from January 14 to February 2.

Ballet BC's Encore receives an encore

Three Ballet BC favorites bring audience to their feet for a standing ovation.

Terra Breads takes lead in business-arts partnerships by sponsoring PuSh Festival's "Do You See What I Mean?"

Fermenting change, Terra Breads partners with PuSh on innovative production.