You don't have to strike a pose to let Vogue Theatre move you to the music. It'll do that just fine without any extra effort on your part. Since 1941, the artistic and cultural venue has been one of the architectural crown gems in the infamous "Theatre Row" of downtown Vancouver.
Still sporting its original Art Deco style, Vogue was originally built to be a movie house and side venue for performing arts. Today, it continues hosting hundreds of live performances, musical acts, cinema screenings, as well as corporate and community functions.
Their mission to make entertainment more accessible to the masses while providing old-fashioned hospitality to all is experienced firsthand by all who visit the Theatre Row.
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