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Fabulous events this week in Vancouver, British Columbia

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Dec 6 | 8 PM - Midnight |  Anza Club | $15-$50

Come celebrate Megaphone magazine - Vancouver's noteworthy street paper’s two decades of publication. Enjoy a night of music and support the incredible work of Megaphone’s street vendors.

 

221A Annual Fundraiser (Evi’s Pick)

Dec 7  |  7-11pm | Hawksworth Restaurant  | $80

221A is pleased to invite you to join us this winter for Provisions, a fundraising event that pairs Portland-based designer Lydia Cambron with Hawksworth Restaurant sous chef David Zilber to design a provisional environment for a 5-course tasting meal in the gallery. The ticket Includes the tasting, an annual membership and a free tote bag designed by Christy Nyiri. Most importantly, your contribution supports 221A’s programs and its mandate to advance contemporary art and design. The evening will also include music in 5 acts prepared by Tonik Wojtyra. All guests receive a complimentary beverage. RSVP online at 221A.ca

 

Global Dance Connection Series : Shay Kuebler - Karoshi (Evi’s Pick)

Dec 6-8 | 8PM | Scotiabank Dance Centre| $30

Shay Kuebler presents a new full-length version of his 2011 hit Karoshi (meaning ‘death from overwork’ in Japanese), which is inspired by the clash between extreme societal pressure and personal needs, as exemplified in Japanese salaryman culture. Kuebler draws on martial arts, hip hop and contemporary dance to create physically explosive, high energy choreography for an outstanding all-male ensemble, incorporating live taiko drumming and video to create a thrilling and visceral theatrical experience. www.shaykuebler.tumblr.com

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