This week in (gay) Vancouver: millennials, drag stars & Oscar

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This week we visit with a group of millennials in Victoria, find out who Vancouver’s next drag superstar will be, and have fun with Oscar.

The 20-something experience gives way to a morality play in Sean Harris Oliver’s Bright Blue Future.

The 20-something experience gives way to a morality play in Sean Harris Oliver’s Bright Blue Future (until Mar 5). Taking place over the course of one night, Bright Blue Future tells the story of four friends who return from a heavy night of clubbing, and even heavier drug use. The party is only getting started though, as the booze and drugs continue to flow at the home of Arianna and Alexandra, a lesbian couple with relationship problems. Joining them is Arianna’s BFF Carston, the gay former male model who is desperately refusing to let go of his twenties, and Josh, the cute young party-boy still trying to figure out who he is.

The Search for Vancouver's Next Drag Superstar (Feb 4) gets underway with the preliminary round on February 4 and continuing each Thursday until the finale on February 25. With special guest performance and celebrity judge from RuPaul's Drag Race, Trixie Mattel. The winner will receive a trip for two with VIP access to the Official RuPaul’s Drag Race Finale Party.

Time to find out who is Vancouver’s Next Drag Superstar (Feb 25) with special guest performance and celebrity judge from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Trixie Mattel. The winner will receive a trip for two with VIP access to the Official RuPaul’s Drag Race Finale Party.

Conni Smudge hosts the Oscars telecast at The Junction

The unstoppable Conni Smudge hosts the Oscars telecast (Feb 28) at The Junction again this year with red carpet dish starting at 4pm and the Oscars at 5:30pm.

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