Femme Series at The Cultch

Highlighting the strength and power of female-identifying voices and experience

Female-identifying voices and experiences take the spotlight at The Cultch’s fourth annual Femme Series this winter! This event uses an inclusive definition of femme and includes all self-identifying female, trans and non-binary folks.

The WonderWombs

JAN 14–19, 2020
York Theatre

The Dust Palace, the company that brought us 2017’s hit The Goblin Market, brings its signature hustle of risk, splendour, story, comedy, and desire to this feminist circus party.



JAN 23–FEB 01, 2020
Historic Theatre

A Land Reclamation Odyssey. Quelemia Sparrow’s epic odyssey is grounded in Indigenous ancestral knowledge and invites audiences to bear witness to a reclamation of culture, land, and self.


KISMET, things have changed.

FEB 04–08, 2020
Historic Theatre

A show about fate and destiny, a decade in the making. Using projection, audio recordings, and a continually transforming set, four artists explore a complicated, yet intimate, portrait of change.


BIG Sister

FEB 19-29, 2020
Vancity Culture Lab

2018 Cultchivating the Fringe Award Winner. A one-woman comedy about the relationship between two sisters. BIG Sister explores a world of evil siblings, fat shaming, and unlikely collaboration.

Free Femme Evening at The Cultch | JAN 27

5–7PM | The Cultch Lobby: Women in the Arts Mixer FREE

An informal opportunity for arts workers in Vancouver to network in a casual environment and have a conversation about our shared and diverse experiences in the industry.

7PM | Vancity Culture Lab: Mother Bear Speaks FREE A reading from Ruby Slippers Theatre | Created and performed by Taninli Wright
Inspired by the true story of this Wet’suwet’en artist, who walked 1,600 km across British Columbia to empower First Nations children and other marginalized youth. Guided by the spirits of her Tsets (Grandfather) and Sis Ne’ (Mother Bear), this captivating emerging artist weaves personal and ancestral narratives that cut to the heart of racist systems and intergenerational traumas, as she triumphs to find her own voice.

The WonderWombs Teaser