Stay Tuned! Our 2024 Festival will feature dazzling performances from artists far and wide. From local treasures to international gems, these captivating performers will put a smile on your child’s face and make you hoot with laughter. Discover our weekday and weekend performance times & schedule. View our event calendar.

  1. Tree  A performer helps a small child in the on-stage activity. The performer, a few children, and a few parents, all walk around a tree in the centre of the stage.

    Experience the magical world of Tree in this gentle and intimate show for the youngest of audiences. Tree is a rare opportunity for your baby to experience live theatre created just for them! 

    Ages: 0–2
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  2. A Simple Space  8 acrobatic performers standing next to each other, with one of them balancing upside down on another performer's head.

    You’ll flip, fly and fall in love with this exciting, jaw-dropping show where seven acrobats push their physical limits to the extreme. A breathtaking display of fear-less acrobatics and death-defying feats, A Simple Space will blow you away. 

    Ages: Ages 5 and up (Grades: 1 and up) 
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  3. Magnetic North  Ruploops wearing a white shirt and pink tinted glasses, with a pink backdrop. There is big red text over the centre of the image displaying that his performance has been sold out.

    Magnetic North is an interactive, live looping, fun and high-energy show that will bring you to your feet. Using sound samples of BC endangered environments and animals, take a journey through sonic ecosystems. 

    Ages: All Ages (Grades: K‑7)
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  4. Zooom  performer for the show ZOOOM, in a dark room creating colorful glow in the dark lines. There is large red text over the image, displaying that the show is sold out.

    Inspired by Harold and The Purple Crayon, ZOOOM uses original music, lasers and projections, to take the audience on an immersive shared journey. Kids (and parents) will love this playful, interactive show where light is used to solve problems and build worlds. 

    Ages: 3–10 (Grades: Pre K — 4)

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  5. Sakasaka  3 smiling faces of performers for the show Sakasaka

    Expect the unexpected as this clown trio takes you on many adventures including a Thriller dance homage, a trip on the Titanic and open-heart surgery! Sakasaka, which means thirsty in Malagasy, is a word-less, physical comedy with live music and sound effects. 

    Ages: All Ages (Grades: K‑12)
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  6. Division Infinity Saves the World!  A purple poster of a peach cardboard hand held gaming console for one of our shows titled division infinity saves the worlds

    A top-secret team of elementary school students is tasked with finding a solution to a global pandemic! Based on stories, art, and puppets created by real Grade 4 students reflecting on their pandemic experiences. 

    Ages: Ages 5–12 (Grades: 2 and up) 
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  7. Small but mighty — Ginalina and Friends  Image of Ginalina wearing a red hat smiling and looking up while holding a guitar in front of a river in the forest

    Take a wonderful multilingual musical journey themed on the value of every child and the small but mighty roles we play every day. Sing, dance, and be part of the musical wonders of Accordion, Guitar, Ukulele, Percussion, Erhu, and Zither, alongside Ginalina with Friends and Guests from the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble. 

    Ages: Ages 0–9 (Grades: Pre‑3)
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  8. The Wild Moccasin Dancers ft. Mz Shellz 

    The Wild Moccasin Dancers featuring award winning female hip hop artist, Mz Shellz are a collective of artists showcasing the contemporary fusion of pow wow drumming, dancing and hip hop. Get ready to be inspired by the regalia, songs, dances and stories! 

    Ages: All Ages (Grades: K‑12)
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  9. Glamily: A Family Dress-Up Party 

    Join Peach Cobblah and other local drag talents for a spectacular evening of dress-up at Glamily!  Glamily is part drag show, part lip-sync open mic, part dress up party and 100% fun! 

    Ages: All Ages
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  10. David Bouchard: Stories, Flutes and more…  David Bouchard smiling, with a couch and lamp in the background

    Gifted storyteller and award-winning author, David Bouchard shares his Indigenous heritage through inspiring stories and touching flute music. 

    Ages: Ages 7 and up (Grades: 2 and up) 
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  11. Aché Brasil  man playing the drums on stage with a man in a black shirt

    Get ready for an explosion of colour, energy and music that embodies the lively culture and rhythms of Brazil. 

    Ages: All Ages 
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  12. Tree, a world in itself  Four performers are gathered around a tree in the centre of the stage, holding drum sticks.

    A multi-sensory, interactive universe enveloped in soft light, music, and silence, where five characters continually adapt to meet the needs of their audience. It was created for Autistic children and adapted for children with intellectual disabilities and/or reduced mobility. 

    Ages: Autistic children 4 and up 
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  13. Will and Seeka: Friends with Everyone  Will and Seeks standing beside each other holding a guitar.

    Dance along to catchy songs about colours, the alphabet, days of the week, weather, food, animals, daily routines and family and friends. Kids will leave the show with joyous songs in their hearts and a skip in their step. 

    Ages: Ages 0–8 (Grades: Pre‑3)
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