Even if you can’t make the FirstLook reading on May 18, join us on May 16 at The Emerald from 5 to 7pm to meet the playwright Olivier Sylvestre who has traveled from Montreal to Vancouver to hear his play in English for the first time!
It’s half-price cocktail night at our favourite local watering hole and performance venue located a block and a half from Pi Headquarters at 555 Gore Street. The translator Leanna Brodie will also be there along with many more from the Pi FirstLook team. Come and give Olivier a warm Vancouver welcome.
We're doing it again! Join us on September 25th for a great event - the Sunday Soul Brunch, featuring Robert Wilson & the Blackbird P.A.
Not only will you enjoy a brunch buffet of Southern classics - Chicken and Waffles, anyone? - but you'll also get to listen to an amazing concert by a fantastic soul band! This is not your average Sunday morning.
Pi presents the Sunday Soul Brunch at The Emerald!
This event sold out last time, so don't wait to get your tickets! Tickets are $30 for the first Early Bird tickets (plus the $1 service fee) and then it goes up to $35 plus a $1 service fee and...
Pi Theatre is excited to be presenting partners on Happiness TM by Ottawa's May Can Theatre at The Revolver Festival.
Happiness™is the self-help seminar for anyone who’s ever wanted it all (and is willing to pay for it!). Gather to experience the launch of The Infinity Line™ - HPL™’s answer to universal unhappiness - hosted by two of the company’s most revered spokesmen: James ‘when-life-gives-you-a’ Lemon and Peter ‘more-fun-than-monkeys-in-a...
Where: Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings St.
Join Pi and SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement for an exploration of the connections between the global financial system and terrorism. We’ll be looking at the belief in fundamental ideologies from capitalism to religion—what do they have in common and how far do people go to defend their convictions?
Pi Theatre will be presenting The Invisible Hand by Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar at The Cultch in April. This high stakes thriller follows...