Monthly Archives: September 2013

28

Sep
2013

G20 Romp: POST-SHOW DISCUSSION PANEL

Civil Liberties, Activism and Surveillance Panel On Thursday October 3, we are excited to announce we will be hosting a post-show discussion panel after the 8pm performance of You Should Have Stayed Home. This talkback about Civil Liberties, Activism and Surveillance will feature: >BC Civil Liberties Association’s Michael Vonn >Lawyer Greg McMullen >Activist Harsha Walia >Performer Tommy Taylor The panel will […]


27

Sep
2013

Join Tommy In Jail!

This September, the Firehall is bringing innovative Toronto company Praxis Theatre to Vancouver with their true story about the largest mass arrest in Canadian history, You Should Have Stayed Home: A G20 Romp! Like any good protest, this moving account of writer Tommy Taylor’s experience getting arrested at G20 depends heavily on involvement of the local […]


25

Sep
2013

Radius Mural – a ‘Year of Reconciliation’ project

  Over the last few months a crew of artists have been working away to transform the Firehall’s courtyard and bring it to life with a stunning mural on the back wall. This towering piece of art is part of the City of Vancouver’s ‘Year of Reconciliation’ project and is based on the cultural links and connectivity […]


04

Sep
2013

The Fringe is here!

This week, an explosion of performance artists from around the world will take over the Firehall and other downtown theatre venues for Vancouver’s biggest theatre festival. It’s Fringe time! There are six Fringe shows on at the Firehall from September 5 to 15 – read more about them here. The Fringe is always a wonderfully […]