What: The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is Vancouver’s mid-winter festival featuring acclaimed local, national and international artists. The PuSh Festival presents groundbreaking work in the live performing arts: theatre, dance, music, and various forms of multimedia and hybrid performance. Details at pushfestival.ca.
What: Start the day off right with salon-style classical music concerts in the gallery.Our morning begins with coffee, tea, treats and mingling with friends and neighbours, followed by a tour of the current exhibition in the Gordon Smith Gallery, hosted by the exhibition’s curator. After the tour, audiences take a seat and enjoy the serene sounds of classical music ringing through the gallery awakening a new understanding of the visual art on the walls.
Where: Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art – 2121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
What: Nerdy bar lecture series! This month:#1: The Examination of Bill Murray’s Meatball and the Evolution of Nerds: SummerCamp 101 by Jeff Willis, #2: Ever Wonder about Science Blogging? by Dr. Raymond Nakamura and #3: The Seas Have Eyes by Dr. Greg Gavelis.
What: Every Tuesday, catch Kings Head Comedy: a stand-up comedy showcase hosted by Colin Sharp and James Kennedy and featured as part of the Just For Laughs Northwest Comedy Festival. Consistently packed with some of the best comedy fans in the city, audiences are rewarded with a stellar lineup of comics and $3.50 beers.
Where: The Kings Head Pub – 1618 Yew Street, Vancouver
When: Tuesday, January 19; 9 to 10:30 p.m.
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