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Runs from Thursday April 21 2022 to Friday April 22 2022

Approximate running time: 2 hours

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Anvil Centre Theatre
777 Columbia Street
New Westminster BC V3M 1B6

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2022 Coastal Dance Festival Events

Title: Evening Ticketed Theatre Performance Date: Thursday April 21, 2022 Times: 8 pm-9:30pm (no intermission) Ticket prices: Adults $30+$1.50 levy=$31.50 + service charges Students/Elders $25+$1.50 levy=$26.50 + service charges Group rates if any: n/a Location: Anvil Centre Theatre Description: Dancers of Damelahamid, in partnership with the Anvil Centre, present the 15th annual Coastal Dance Festival, an annual celebration of Indigenous stories, song with guest national and international Indigenous artists. This night will feature excerpt performances from Indigenous artists: Tasha Faye Evens, Kristy Janvier, as well as Swedish Sámi contemporary dancers Liv Aira and Marika Renhuvud.

The festival takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the qəyqəyt people.

Title: Evening Ticketed Theatre Performance Date: Friday April 22, 2022 Times: 8 pm-10:00pm (no intermission) Ticket prices: Adults $30+$1.50 levy=$31.50 + service charges Students/Elders $25+$1.50 levy=$26.50 + service charges Group rates if any: n/a Location: Anvil Centre Theatre Description: Dancers of Damelahamid, in partnership with the Anvil Centre, present the 15th annual Coastal Dance Festival, an annual celebration of Indigenous stories, song with guest national and international Indigenous artists. This night will feature Indigenous artists Spakwus Slolem, Dancers of Damelahamid, Rainbow Creek, as well as, Sámi artists Sara Marielle Gaup and Lawra Somby from Northern Norway/Sápmi.

The festival takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the qəyqəyt people.

Patrons with mobility challenges should contact the box office for seating advice. 604-521-5050

PLEASE NOTE:

The Covid 19 pandemic remains a public health risk. The theatre is following all requirements for safe gatherings as per government directives. To increase your safety we encourage you and all guests to consider your personal wellness and risk factors for yourself and loved ones when deciding to attend. Individuals are responsible for limiting their own exposure to other guests. As such, the theatre can’t be held legally responsible for risks related to viral transmission. Rest assured theatre staff are taking a proactive and professional role in the adherence to protocols in the facility and we encourage open communication with us if any safety concerns emerge throughout, or after, your attendance at the theatre. We are all in this together!

The festival takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Qayqayt people. Dancers of Damelahamid and the Anvil Centre proudly acknowledge their traditional hosts.

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