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Maybe your friends don’t get your unique music taste (who says you can’t have AC/DC, Beyoncé and the Mulan soundtrack on the same playlist?) but the folks at Little Mountain Gallery sure will. Comedians will use playlists and albums suggested by the audience to inspire improv scenes in Playlist, our city’s grooviest improv show.
When: Wednesday, July 10 8:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.Where: Little Mountain GalleryCost: $8More Info: littlemountaingallery.ca
Get three kickass performances in one night at SHIFT Festival 12, a showcase of theatrical works exploring the past, present and future. First, Tai Amy Grauman embodies five generations of Métis women in Marie’s Letters. Then, Kelsey Kanatan Wavey tells the story of the complicated friendship between the last woman on Earth and the last drop of water in ōpimātis. The show closes with Claire Love Wilson and Sara Vickruck’s Sound Off, a sound-focused show that features games and improvisation.
When: Thursday, July 11 – Saturday, July 13 8:00 p.m.Where: AnnexCost: $19More Info: shifttheatre.ca
Combine all the elegance of a night at the symphony with the guilty pleasures of Saturday morning cartoons at the VSO’s Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II. Your favourite 2D stars, including Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Tweety Bird, and Wile E. Coyote will be projected on the big screen while their original scores are played live. Watch out for falling anvils.
When: Friday, July 12 7:00 p.m. & Saturday, July 13 2:00 p.m.Where: The OrpheumCost: From $35More Info: vancouversymphony.ca
Donut be alarmed: this running club will get you more than sweaty pits and miserable chafing. The Ice Cream & Donut Run Club (yes, you read that right) is celebrating their first anniversary this week with a short run followed by ice cream, donuts and a special guest star – beer. It may not be the most conventional of fitness routines, but we can’t say we aren’t motivated.
When: Friday, July 12 7:00 p.m.Where: New Balance VancouverCost: $7More Info: eventbrite.com
Hello Kitty must have one extraordinary skincare routine; she’s turning 45 and doesn’t look a day over 10. Herschel is celebrating the iconic feline’s birthday with Hello Kitty Day, a special event that has a selfie station, anniversary collection, and custom Hello Kitty lattes all tied up in a red bow. Raise your latte to the adorable quadragenarian – seems like this cat has more than 9 lives.
When: Saturday, July 13 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Where: Herschel Supply Co.Cost: Free entryMore Info: eventbrite.ca