Tag: Cottage Bistro

This Event Will Impress The Cool People in Your Life

Hey Vancouver, Are you looking for a low-key Monday night event to take your Tinder match on a second date to to test their sense of humour, Vancouver? Are you hoping to break out of your book club humdrum but still want some book action? Maybe you’re just free next

Say Wha?! The Musical Edition – Encore, Encore!

We’ve done this show before and it was so much fun that we’ve done it again and again. This Sunday at the Cottage Bistro (4468 Main Street) Mike Mackenzie and I will be doing the fourth edition of this Say Wha?! spinoff. Mike shares his passion about the musicals with

TOMORROW Say Wha?! turns 4 and I’m taking a summer break

Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 21, is the four year anniversary of Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing Have you never been to or heard of my Say Wha?! show before? Have you been living under a rock? It’s the BEST! It blends three things I love: books, comedy and readings.

Say Wha?! Show Tonight AND Announcement

Tonight is another edition of Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing and it’s likely to be the second last Say Wha?! show for a while. What’s that about? Well, I’ve been thinking about life and all the things I do and as much as I adore doing this show running

Show Next Wednesday

What are you doing next Wednesday? You should attend this event. Why? It might be one of the last ones in Vancouver for a while. Seriously. Details soon to come.  What is Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing? Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to

Next Say Wha?! Wednesday, March 19

Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself, who publishes this crap? Or come across a hilariously out of date self-help book in a thrift store? Perhaps you flipped through Sarah Palin’s/ Justin Beiber’s/ R. Kelly’s etc. autobiography and guffawed at her/his life story. Well, that’s

Teen Angst Night – Sunday

WHAT IS TEEN ANGST NIGHT? Somewhere in the back of your closet gathering dust and turning yellow with age is comedic gold. Those old journals, poems, and essays you wrote as a teenager when you thought you could do no wrong, would probably make you cringe at your former feelings