Tackle the Tuesday scaries by getting out of the house and into one of these events! Catch a film, check out a new art exhibit, or learn more about bisexuality—there truly is so much to do.
Two exhibits are showcasing Mexican culture at Douglas College’s Amelia Douglas Gallery from September 12 to November 2, with The Heart’s Rhythm capturing Mexican dancing through photos by Mauricio Silerio and Color Calavera depicting Day of the Dead through paintings by Adrián Edgar.
When: September 12, opening reception at 5:30pm
Where: Amelia Douglas Gallery
Stage Door Theatre Troupe, the ensemble of artists with disabilities who bring comedy and improvisation to the stage, is debuting Stage Door Goes on Vacation this Tuesday for a three-night run.
When: September 12, 13, and 14, 7pm
Where: Heritage Hall
Catch the final screening of the latest from filmmaker Wes Anderson (and his star-studded cast) at the Rio.
When: September 12, 9:30pm
Where: Rio Theatre
This seminar from The Art of Loving is open to anyone whose gender identity includes “woman” (be it some or all of the time) and who is looking to explore sexual identity in regards to bisexuality.
When: September 12, 7:30pm
Where: The Art of Loving
East Van’s The Lido will be hosting a variety of comics that have frequented Just For Laughs, CBC, and the Seattle International Comedy Competition.
When: September 12, 9pm
Where: The Lido
Want more events? Check out our full calendar.