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Established in 1965 this gallery, located in Toronto is the oldest contemporary art gallery in Canada. The gallery represents about 50 artists, from senior artists that are part of Canadian art history to promising talent from the current generation. It is also a member of the South Granville Gallery Association. The gallery holds numerous national and international exhibitions. They also provide additional services like shipping and delivering art work to private residences and public spaces.
Easily one of the oldest bridges in Vancouver, the Granville Street Bridge is a major link to the the city's nerve center spanning Downtown, Gastown and West End. First opened in 1889, the bridge has undergone several changes including a widening project and more recently, a major reconstruction project to cope with the rigors of the city's burgeoning growth. The bridge crosses over from central Vancouver passing Granville Island and False Creek into the city's hub of activity. While the bridge today, remains a largely functional affair, overshadowed by its larger and comely cousins like the Lions Gate Bridge, it remains part of the city's rich development history worth remembering.
Granville Island Brewery is an interesting place for all beer lovers. The aroma, the froth and of course the taste is just irresistible. The Tap Room at Granville Island Brewery is an event venue facility which you can hire for private events. It is here that wine tasting sessions and brewery tours are undertaken. So get along a group of friends and party at this beer haven.
Locally also known as "The Cable Box" and "The Phone Booth", Rogers Arena is downtown's modern entertainment complex. The arena boasts the latest technology and great lines of sight from all seats. It is also home to the NHL's Vancouver Canucks. There are family restaurants, cappuccino bars, Mexican burrito stands, pizza parlors, popcorn and pop kiosks and a beer garden. For fine dining, there's the Club Lounge, the five-star BC Club and the Spirit Club Tap and Grill. It is also a premium venue for sports and entertainment in Vancouver.
Situated on the small Granville Island, the Granville Island Stage is a theater owned by the Arts Club Theatre Company. A large theater, it has been operational since a long time. Several well known plays and artists have performed here. Theater lovers will enjoy the vast array of entertainment held at this venue. The comfortable seats, excellent facilities draw crowds to this magnificent place. The theater is also rented for various events, so come by and catch a stellar performance by famous theater personalities here.
Located on Granville Island, Red Gate Revue Stage is a cradle of artistic splendor, regaling visitors with a plethora of performing arts. The space is utilized by musicians and theater performers, offering a varied program to those inclined to the arts. Capable of accommodating 198 spectators at once, Red Gate Revue Stage is a lively spot which promotes culture through various genres and artistic styles of expression, be it music or drama.