Share a special moment with your little one in a world filled with play, exploration and discovery. A joyous and stimulating encounter for the youngest of audiences, Tricoter is a rare opportunity for the very young to experience live theatre.
Our 2021 Festival offers an extraordinary online line-up of world-class theatre, music, dance and storytelling created specifically for children and youth.
ADVISORY: With current provincial health orders restricting events and for the safety of patrons, the Festival will not be selling In-person performance tickets at this time. Should BC Public Health Authorities lift restrictions, the Festival will release a limited number of tickets for In-person shows that will take place in venues on Granville Island. The Festival will monitor communications from the provincial health office and make an announcement regarding In-person tickets by the end of April. Please stay tuned. Tickets for Online shows are on sale now.
View the tentative In-person show lineup below.
For over 30 years, multi-award winning musician Charlotte Diamond has inspired children to sing, dance, care for each other, and celebrate Canada’s cultures. One of BC’s best-loved entertainers, Charlotte creates musical fun with her many catchy kids’ classics!
Get ready for an explosion of colour, energy and music that embodies the lively culture and rhythms of Brazil. The exhilarating combination of martial arts, dance, music and acrobatics known as capoeira is full of kicks, flips and vibrant colours. Dazzling costumes, hypnotic rhythms and energetic dances will sweep you away.
This is a showcase performance for the 11 dynamic and talented QT+BIPOC artists that took part in the FM Music residency program. We are thrilled to share these new, exciting voices with our audience! Come see them perform live at the 2021 Festival.
Travel to Makosso’s village – a place of stories that will capture your heart – and gather ‘round as he spins stories and shares African fables with you.
Feel the beat and drum your heart out through the ancient African tradition of drumming at The Drum Café. While playing the djembe together, we will learn to listen to each other, feel our collective rhythm and connect to our shared humanity.
Come see Jacky Essombe, Yoro Noukoussi and Kurai Mubaiwa perform with traditional Rwandan dance troupe Indangamirwa with special guests Aly Traoré and N’nato Camara at The Friendship Village.