Hard Times Hit Parade, Remixology, Eco Fashion Week and a lot more

Photo by Amanda Bullick

What a jam packed weekend! So much to choose from we have three top picks and five honourable mentions for you. Some amazing theatre, music, chance to make your voice heard, listen to some naked voices, remix other voices and see the latest in eco-fashion. Have fun out there!

 

 

Hard Times Hit Parade - A Dance Floor Extravaganza
Feb 24 | 7-10 PM | Russian Hall | $20 adv $25 @ door

An incredible show coming up from our friends at Dusty Flowerpot. I don't think I can top their description: “A Deluxe Demonstration of Delirious Determination all Wrapped in a Wondrous Web of Marvelous Music, Magnificent Movement, Titillating Entertainment, and Edge-of-Your-Seat Anticipation”. Hard Times Hit Parade is a theatrical dance marathon set in a world reminiscent of 1930s. Then full-length theatre production is chalk-a-block with swing dance, cabaret, live music, puppetry and surprise and the audience experiences 6 months of dance marathon in one night! This is going to be one of the hottest theatre events of the year – check it out!


 


 

Remixology 4: Celebrating Video Innovation with Brett Gaylor

Fri Feb 25 7-11pm | W2 | $5 adv / $10 door

Join media innovators, technologists, artists and the online community for ReMixology #4 as award-winning documentary film maker Brett Gaylor hosts an interactive talk about the future of videos on the web, joined by guest moderator, CBC Vancouver's Gloria Leung! Thanks to Steve Anderson and our friends at Fresh Media for this one.

 


Eco Fashion Week

Feb 22 - 25 | Various venues/times | $20 - $30

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