918 Granville Street,
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Opened on April 16, 1941 as a first-run movie house, the 1,347-seat Art Moderne style Vogue Theatre was taken over by Odeon Theatres during construction. Seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels. On the splay-walls beside the proscenium were large painted murals. Troughs across the ceiling provided concealed lighting for the auditorium.
It now serves as a popular venue for performing arts, including concerts and Broadway shows, and is known for its superb acoustics and intimate atmosphere.
A 1998 restoration project has brought back the Vogue Theatre’s original appearance, as well as state-of-the-art light and sound systems being installed.
The Vogue Theatre is also home to the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and also the Vancouver International Film Festival.
The theatre is a Heritage Building of the City of Vancouver.
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