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February & March 2015 @ the BAG

Sat. Feb. 14 at 8:00 and Sun. Feb. 15 at 7:00
Still Smokin’: A musical tribute to Smokin’ (& broken) relationships.
Starring Heather Feeney with Scott Knight on piano.
Tickets: $20 at BAG and Xocolatl

Brackendale Broadway is back again for two fun filled evenings of storytelling through song.  Heather Feeney and Scott Knight will take you on a unique theatrical journey using Scott’s incredible piano playing and Heather’s powerful singing and acting ability.  They capture their audience by performing songs that everyone can relate to.  With many of the lyrics, you will find yourself giggling with embarrassment, nodding in agreement, laughing out loud, and possibly even crying. 

This duo has been performing as Brackendale Broadway for 4 years.  Along with that, Heather has enjoyed a very successful theatrical and film career spanning nearly three decades.  She is a Jessie Award nominee whose professional career has taken her from Calgary to Vancouver to New York and back again.   Scott deserves a medal for his unflagging piano accompaniment.  He has enjoyed a varied career in the fields of Opera and Musical theatre.   Also a Jessie Award Nominee, Scott has toured with The Canadian Tenors, Romanza and was a regular guest with the Vancouver Island Symphony Orchestra.   The onstage chemistry between these two is palpable and you will feel yourself being drawn into their world as you watch them perform a variety of songs from the more edgy contemporary musical theatre genre.

Sun. Feb. 22 at 7:00, Presentation at 7:30  By Donation
Ian McKay: A look inside the chaos experienced by first responders on the frontline of the world’s deadliest Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
A fundraising event for The Peace Life Project

Ian MacKay, from Squamish BC, is a nursing student at Douglas College. In 2012 he founded The Peace Life Project Foundation, a non-profit humanitarian foundation providing education and basic health care to children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In addition, he has provided humanitarian relief in Haiti, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Philippines and more recently Liberia.  Ian spent this summer as a first responder to the Ebola crisis in Liberia.  He strives to continue to advocate and educate on the global Ebola crisis.  Ian will be telling stories from his experiences in Liberia including the evacuation of co-workers Kent Brantley and Nancy Writebol, the first two Americans to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus.

Sat. Feb. 28 at 8:00  Tickets: $20 at BAG and Xocolatl
Beverley Elliott: ...didn't see that coming
Original Stories and Songs by Beverley Elliott
with Bill Costin on piano

Fresh from being held over at the Vancouver Fringe Festival 2014!

HappyGoodThings presents ...didn't see that coming, Beverley Elliott’s funny and moving collection of autobiographical stories taking the audience on a comedic romp from small town Ontario to Vancouver’s gay bars and red carpets. This touchingly personal and satisfyingly irreverent exploration of humanity is directed by her friend and colleague of 30 years, Jessie Award winner Kerry Sandomirsky, who has been close by holding the tissue for many of these life changing events.

Inspired by her live performances at the Flame, her writing group Wet Ink Collective, and years of entertaining crowds gigging in various bands in a parade of bars, ...didn't see that coming will take you on a journey, revealing unexpected blessings and uncomfortable epiphanies. From catching a bouquet, being called Smelly Elliott, attending a Guess Who concert, growing up with Presbyterian morals, a generous Greek admirer and a yellow dress, the highs and lows of singing at weddings and funerals, relationships with straight men going nowhere and relationships with gay men going to the grave- all held together with the galvanizing salve of songs, the lifeboat of music.

Beverley Elliott has over 100 film and TV credits, and is well known around the world for her recurring role as “Granny” on ABC’s hit series, Once Upon a Time.  Her extensive theatre credits include 5 successful tours with the internationally acclaimed Mom’s the Word. She has also toured as a musician and has released four CDs of original music.

Sun. Mar. 1 at 7:00 pm
2nd Annual Howe sound Herring Festival Feast & Celebration
Herring rolled, pickled, sauced, soused, baked and more.
Tickets: $25 at BAG and Xocolat
 (Limited Seating – Only 75 tickets! Reserve early!)

Join Squamish Streamkeepers in celebrating the return of spawning herring to Howe Sound and all the hard work that made it happen. Enjoy all things HERRING plus a Sreamkeepers presentation TBA.


Sun. Feb. 1, 7:30 – 10:00 pm
Acoustic Jam @ the BAG
Rita Kyle: 604 898 1340

 Sun. Feb. 8 at 6:30
Christianity: Boring, Untrue, Irrelevant?
Alpha Course Intro-Night with free appies
Contact Peter & Claudia: 604-898-9676.

Thurs. Feb. 12 at 7:00
Squamish Environment Society AGM
With guest speaker Eoin Finn

Tues. Feb. 17 at 7:30   By donation.
Overcomers: An Evening of Worship Music
With Mario & Anne Iacavone

Michael Malcolm: A Mixed BAG

We are taking March off or taking off in March…!
The Gallery will be open as usual on weekends. Come on by.

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