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A trivia night, a DJ showcase and classical Bach and film noir experiences for your week.
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Calling all DJs! The Birdhouse’s inaugural open decks DJ night is this Friday, with jockeys of the disc (aspiring to veteran) showcasing their skills, experimenting with new genres and making sure the dance floor is bumping. With an $8 cover and drink specials all night, you can’t go wrong.
When: January 12
Where: The Birdhouse
More Info: showpass.com/birdhouse-open-decks-night
As part of Early Music Vancouver’s (EMV) three-day winter music festival LUMEN 2024, join cellist Elinor Frey for an evening featuring Bach’s cello suites and give yourself something classy to brag about to your coworkers on Monday.
When: January 12-14
Where: Vancouver Playhouse
Cost: From $$27.15
More Info: earlymusic.bc.ca
Another way to brag to coworkers about your sophisticated weekend is to watch this newly-restored 1937 Jean Grémillon-directed film (Gueule D’Amour for purists), a French drama starring Jean Gabin and Mireille Balin that blends film noir and poetic realism.
When: January 14
Where: The Cinematheque
Cost: From $14
More Info: thecinematheque.ca/films/2023/lady-killer
Tuesdays are for tacos and trivia—get 50% of that this Tuesday at IQ 2000’s Trivia at Hero’s Welcome (the cool kids Legion right on Main Street with all the meat draws!) (To be clear, there will be no tacos that I am aware of.)
When: January 9
Where: Hero’s Welcome
More Info: heros-welcome.com
SoberBabes Vancouver and NW Culinary Academy are teaming up for a night of booze-less culinary adventures—expect mocktails, sushi-making, live chef demos and interactive cooking stations, all aimed at bringing together sober folks in Vancouver’s 2SLGBTQ+ community.
When: January 10
Where: Northwest Culinary Academy Of Vancouver
More Info: eventbrite.ca