This week Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy return for two nights of laughs in the David Village, Beverley Elliott returns with her one woman show in Richmond, and East Vancouver gets all artsy with this year’s Eastside Culture Crawl.
Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy are back in the village with two nights of sketch comedy in the appropriately titled The Ryan and Amy Show Live! (Nov 17 & 19) at XY Nightclub (the exclamation is there’s). He’s the gay one, she’s not. As this funny duo says: they find humour in sick things and believe swearing makes things better. You’ve been warned. Photo: Chase Porter / Facebook.
Beverley Elliott performs in a remount of her solo Fringe show …didn’t see that coming (until November 21) at Richmond’s Gateway Theatre. Now playing Granny on television’s Once Upon a Time, Elliott goes on a comedic musical ride with her autobiographical stories that takes her from small town Ontario to Vancouver’s gay bars to
The Eastside Culture Crawl (Nov 19-22) is the annual four-day visual arts festival in November that involves artists on Vancouver’s Eastside opening their studio to the public. With over 400 artists displaying their work it truly has become the heart of the East Van creative community. Photo: Alex Timmer / The SnackArt Collective.