There was just too much to pack into our newsletter this week, so here is a supplemental event notice. Hope to see you at some of these events!
COPE Pub Night
It’s our time of the month…for another awesome COPE Pub Night! Come
join us on Monday, April 12 at Original Joe’s.
Just as always, it’s
your chance to join your COPE electeds from Parks Board, School Board,
and City Council, as well as executive members for a night of politics
and drinks at Original Joe’s (Cambie and Broadway) starting at 8:00pm.
each pub night we’ve seen more and more people, their friends,
partners, and roommates…so mark the date and tell your friends! The
more the merrier!
Joe’s is at 500 W Broadway on the second floor (wheelchair accessible).
email@example.com for more info.
Stop School Cuts — April 18
ALI AND ALI 7:
HEY BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE SOME HOPE AND CHANGE?
CAMYAR CHAI, GUILLERMO VERDECCHIA & COPE Executive member MARCUS YOUSSEF
Co-starring Raugi Yu as Yogi Roo, the
Chinese-Canadian utility actor, and Laara Sadiq as the “rabid fan.”
Afros, as always, by Moammar Ghadafii
at the Cultch’s Historic Theatre
Apr 14–24 @ 8 PM
PREVIEW: April 13, 8 PM
Matinees: Apr 17 & 24 @ 2 PM
No performance Apr 18 & 19
Tickets for Cultch Performances available at 604-251-1363 or https://tickets.thecultch.com/
Ali and Ali series creators Camyar Chai, Guillermo
Verdecchia and Marcus Youssef turn their delightfully idiosyncratic
brand of post-identity satire to yet another brave new world, where the
Devil President Bush has been replaced by a Nobel Prize Winner whose
middle name is Hussein.
An optimistic Obama tribute, Ali and Ali 7: Hey Brother, Can You
Spare Some Hope and Change is just what the doctor ordered for the
modern day cynic. In this sequel, the Alis find themselves in trouble
with the authorities, being prosecuted under the fictional and thus
little known 9-11 era legislation called PEIU (the Permission to Expel
Immigrant Undesirables Act). Featuring homegrown sock puppets,
interactive veils, and a chorus of African-American revolutionaries, Ali
& Ali 7 turns its witty and unabashed head to Canada’s foreign
policy this time, bringing its very real Security Certificates to light.
Come early, get a FREE TASER™.
About Ali and Ali and the aXes of Evil:
“The smartest Canadian political play of the
21st century, and the funniest.” – Vancouver Province
“Ali & Ali and the
aXes of Evil must be the funniest exposition of American foreign
policy ever devised. But it isn’t just funny. It is also troubling and
poignant.” – Seattle
BUY TICKETS: https://tickets.thecultch.com/