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June 18 7 pm…….A delectably artful celebration of local food, drink & performance!

Created to highlight the foodie revolution happening in the Firehall’s backyard, EAT. DRINK. PLAY. features an incredible assortment of live performances around the building, paired with the best food & drink our neighbourhood has to offer. There will be craft beer samples from Parallel 49 Brewing, small-batch spirits from Odd Society Spirits, signatures samples from more than 10 of the neighbourhood’s hottest restaurants, a silent auction bursting with prizes, and more!

PERFORMANCES –An energetic, knee slapping, toe tapping contemporary Metis jig solo by Jeanette Kotowich, street dance viewed through the contemporary kaleidoscope with OURO Collective, a cameo from Andrew Wheeler as the Honourable Stephen Harper (PROUD), an excerpt from Lascivious Something starring Kayvon Kelly and live music from the upcoming musical Love Bomb.

All proceeds from the event enable the Firehall Arts Centre to continue its mission to bring cutting edge theatre and dance to the heart of Vancouver.

Tickets: $35 regular/ $20 artists

Includes food & drink tastings and a drink upon arrival.

RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW! Space is limited.

ONLINE | 604-689-0926

Food and drink generously provided by:


EAT.DRINK.PLAY. At The Firehall Arts Centre

eat drink playFood and Theatre unite at this annual fundraiser celebrating local food, drink and perfromance oon June 19th, 2014 from 7-10 pm with proceeds going towards helping the Firehall bring cutting-edge theatre and dance to Vancouver.

Thursday June 19th, 2014, 7-10pm
Venue: Firehall Arts CentreTickets: $31 regular/ $16 artists (includes food, drink tastings & drink on arrival)
Tickets & Information:604.689.0926 or www.firehallartscentre.ca

Check out 11 local restaurants – Lily Mae’s, Peckinpah, Cadeaux Bakery, The Irish Heather, Salt Tasting Room, Bitter, Hogan’s Alley Cafe, Deacon’s Corner, Mahoney & Sons, Elephant and Castle, and Scent of a Sandwich. Tastings of micro brewery Parallel 49’s seasonal offerings will be available, plus vodka and crème de cassis from Odd Society Spirits.

This celebration of all things local will also feature a ‘taster flight’ of live theatre, dance and music performed around the Firehall building including an acoustic performance by rising theatre star and three-time Jessie Award nominee Kayvon Kelly (Chelsea Hotel) and a performance by Proud star Emmelia Gordon.

To complete the evening, there will be a silent auction.

About the Firehall Arts Centre

Located in a heritage fire hall built in 1906, the Firehall Arts Centre produces a season of eclectic theatre, dance and interdisciplinary performances and hosts visual arts exhibitions. Each year the 31 year old organization stages over two hundred performances for an audience of 30,000 people