Battery Opera PerformanceThe Crawling, Weeping cycle starts up again on Thursday with Bracken Hanuse Corlett’s midnight performance — the fourth Witching Hour Solo to take place in our front windows. Friday is another installment of Bob’s Salon, again hosted by David McIntosh and this time featuring dance by Paras Terezakis, music by Max Murphy and Jeff Younger, and a story by Bracken Hanuse Corlett. There will be wine. Saturday, improvised guided tours of the city are on again — stop by between noon and 5pm to catch a stroll and a story with one of this week’s guides, listed below.

Thursday Feb 6, 11:30pm – 12:30 am Witching hour solo

  •  Bracken Hanuse Corlett

Friday Feb. 7, 10pm – 12 midnight Bob’s Salon

  •  Dance: Paras Terezakis and cohorts
  •  Music: Max Murphy, Jeff Younger
  •  Story: Bracken Hanuse Corlett
  •  Host: David McIntosh

Saturday Feb 8 Guided improvised tours of the city

  •  Brian Solomon, Pedro Chamale, Michelle Lui, Aryo Khakpour,
  •  Chu-Lynne Ng, Maxine Chadburn.

Admission to all of these events is free.

If you haven’t already, buy this book — it’s the publication accompanying all six weeks of Vancouver, Crawling, Weeping, Betting, written by Chris Bose and David McIntosh.

Also, Spaces of Contestation continues this coming Wednesday (February 5) at 7pm with a talk by Urban Subjects at SFU Woodwards — don’t miss it.

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