Posts tagged “free

Strangers on a Train

Hey Fish Fans:

This Tuesday, Marlene’s doing a reading as part of the “Strangers on a Train” reading series put on by the English Department at Langara College. Admission is free, all are welcome.

Where: The Kino (3456 Cambie St.)

When: Tuesday, October 25 at 7:00 pm

Promo Thx: Deborah So | Photo of Marlene Thx: Jennifer Oehler

1410-0356-RS Arts-HUM-ENGL-Poster Oct_Draft_low-res.jpgPromo Thx: Deborah So | Photo of Marlene Thx: Jennifer Oehler


Powell Street Festival: Here We Come!

Funnier in person

The Fishies are returning to the Powell Street Festival for the ninth year running!

We’ll be performing highlights from our recent show in Seattle. It’s a FREE 30-minute show featuring a pair of passionate pitchmen, two royals battling for supremacy, and a couple of scientists confronting more than giant atomic terror beasts. We’ll also present a fresh take¬†on David Henry Hwang’s seminal 1980 play, F.O.B.

Won’t you join us?

Assaulted Fish @ the 36th Annual Powell Street Festival

Date: Saturday, August 4, 2012
Time: 4:15 pm to 4:45 pm
Place: Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova St. (@ Gore Ave.) [parking/map]
Cost: FREE!
Info: www.powellstreetfestival.com
Notes:¬†General admission seating. Rated “PG”. No latecomers.

Director: Laura McLean | Stage Manager: Ann Chow | Photography: Dan Jackson


Next Performance: Sunday, July 31

We’re thrilled to be returning to the Powell Street Festival for the eighth year in a row! Join us for a FREE, 30-minute show of our newest material. Find out what happens when Facebook gets racy and a haunting doesn’t go as planned. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Haruki Murakami, a queen and a ukulele also make appearances.

Note: General admission seating.

Date: Sunday, July 31
Time: 1:30pm
Place: Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova Street (@ Gore Avenue), Vancouver
Cost: Free
Rated: PG
Parking: Metered street parking available. We recommend carpooling, taking transit or biking.

Can’t make our upcoming show, but need a Fishy fix? Visit our YouTube channel to see some of our past performances. We’ll be rolling out new clips over the next several months so check back often.