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Tickets Tonight is Greater Vancouver's only outlet for half-price show tickets.  
  Half-price tickets are only available inside the Tourism Vancouver Visitor Centre
200 Burrard St. (at Canada Place Way), Street Level

Half-price tickets for select shows must be purchased in-person on the day of the event. 
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HALF-PRICE TICKETS FOR

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015

 

The 2015 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival presents Hour of the Wolf
Venue: Performance Works
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $13.50

Eye of Newt returns to Club PuSh with a very special guest. Norwegian vocalist Sissel Vera Pettersen takes to the stage to perform a live soundtrack to Ingmar Bergman's Hour of the Wolf, described by Time Out London as "a dazzling flow of surrealism, expressionism and full-blooded Gothic horror.
No minors permitted; 19+

The 2015 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival and The Dance Centre presents Faustin Linyekula/Studios Kabako: Le Cargo
Venue: Scotiabank Dance Centre
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $18.00

The performances of Congolese choreographer Faustin Linyekula are indelibly etched by the experiences of his long-suffering homeland, and in this raw and intimate autobiographical solo he traces his own personal story, and his relationship to dance. Bearing witness to decades of war and terror through a potent blend of dance, song, music and storytelling, Linyekula counters these dark images with those of resourcefulness, hope, and a profound belief in the role of art as an antidote to crisis and a reaffirmation of life, as he travels a bold path of self-reflection and discovery.
Post Show Talk Back Jan 30th

The 2015 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival presents 7 Important Things
Venue: Studio T
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $18.00

George Acheson was a rebel with a cause. He lived the '60s counterculture, embraced the '70s Punk movement, and somehow scraped through the years of reaction that followed. Now, together with collaborator Nadia Ross, he's going to tell you his story. Like many boomers, Acheson looked at his parents' values and found them wanting. This isn't a hopeless story, although it's a sad one. It's about things worth fighting for, and things worth fighting against. 7 Important Things is a raw, vital performance.

Yuk Yuk's Vancouver presents: Garrett Clark
Venue: Yuk Yuk's
Time: 7:00pm, 9:30pm
Half-price tickets: $12.75

Although he speaks a bit funny, he does consider himself a Canadian comic...just a bit confused. Being Canadian born, but Australian raised, Garrett is able to bring a very unique angle to his comedy (that of a vegemite eating hockey fan) and in turn, is proving to be one of Canada's fastest rising stars. Frequently touring from Hawaii to Halifax, and from Sydney to St John's, Garrett has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in comedy and makes people laugh nearly half the time! After seeing Garrett Clark, you will be left both delighted, and questioning his mental stability.
No minors venue (19+); comedians are completely uncensored


The 2015 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival presents Dark Matter
Venue: Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $18.00

Like so much good art, Dark Matter defies categorization. Creator Kate McIntosh takes the weightiest issues-time, space and existence-and turns them into wild, anarchic play. You might call this a musical about the universe-the one we know and others that may exist. It has billowing smoke, propulsive percussion, powerful symbolism and crazy dance. What does it all add up to? The answer will be different for everyone, but one thing's for sure: no one will emerge unshaken. McIntosh has produced a triumph of physical performance, of theatrical conjecture, and, most of all, of imagination.

Vancouver TheatreSports League presents The Massacre
Venue: Improv Centre
Time: 7:30pm, 9:30pm
Half-price Tickets: $14.00

Vancouver's World-Famous Improv Tournament
Witness history as Vancouver TheatreSportsTM League's signature festival pits exceptional improv groups from around the world against each other in a battle for and inspired by your love. This year is The Massacre's 26th glorious year and we're pulling out all the stops to make sure this will be our funniest festival yet.
Early in the tournament Vancouver's finest improv teams will do bloody, comedic battle in the TheatreSportsTM format you know and love. As things heat up and the week of Valentine's itself approaches, your favourite teams from past years and hot groups new to this year will descend on Vancouver to see who the real TheatreSportsTM champions are this year.
This year's contestants include teams from Toronto, Austin, Portland, Slovenia and returning champions Edmonton.
So grab your date, significant other, or most attractive friend and get down to the Improv Centre for the wildest improv tournament Vancouver has ever seen.

Vancouver TheatreSports League presents Late Night Laughs
Venue: The Improv Centre
Time: 11:15pm
Half-price tickets: $9.75

Things heat up with Vancouver TheatreSportsTM League's Late Night Laughs. This 19+ show is 60 minutes of non-stop, fast-paced no holds barred comedy for the adult in all of us. Featuring a roster of all your favourite improvisers, and a fully-stocked bar, Late Night Laughs is a great way to end your evening. No minors venue (19+); comedians are completely uncensored

The Loose Leaf Collective presents Phantasmagoria: Circus of Dreams
Venue: The Roundhouse
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $10.25

The sun sets just like on any other day, but tonight is different. As darkness stretches across the sky, a murky outline slowly appears. Light leaves our world and a passageway to another forms. An archway marks the entrance and its sign reads Phantasmagoria: Circus of Dreams. The gates open and your curiosity compels you to venture within. You begin to question whether you ever left your pillow, whether this is all just a dream.

Pacific Theatre presents Underneath the Lintel
Venue: Pacific Theatre
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $19.50

When a reculsive Dutch librarian finds a recently-returned book that is 113 years past due, his investigation leads him to a globe-spanning obsession and an ancient ghost story. An intelligent and quirky mystery.

Vancouver FanClub presents Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne
Venue: Vancouver FanClub
Time: 7:00pm
Half-price tickets: $10.25

Born in Spokane but raised in New Orleans, his powerful music recalls the era when piano players like Fats Domino and Amos Milburn and Bill Doggett worked the chitlin circuit on the strolls in dozens of American cities. As a one-man cheering section for the days when blues and small jazz bands met the roots of rock and roll, Wayne is unapologetic about the music he plays.
SHOW ONLY. No minors permitted; $28 Dine Out Menu available


The Comedy MIX presents Pete Johansson
Venue: the Comedy MIX
Time: 8:00, 10:30pm
Half-price tickets: $12.00

Pete Johansson has done stand up on about 20 TV shows. Some good, some bad. He has performed at the HBO Aspen Comedy Arts Festival, Just For Laughs, Boston Comedy Festival, CanWest Comedy Festival, Hubcap Comedy Festival, Copenhagen/Aarhus Festival, and the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. No minors venue (19+); comedians are completely uncensored