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Blind Tiger Student Showcase!

June 5, 2019 @ 9:00 pm

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One event on June 19, 2019 at 9:00 pm

Hello Comedy Lovers! We here at Blind tiger Comedy are so excited that June has arrived, with all its sunshine and summertime fun, that we decided to celebrate!

And when we celebrate, it usually involves a hilarious Comedy Showcase! This Wednesday, come on down to Little Mountain Gallery at 9 PM and watch a set from Aaron Read’s Characters Workshop, an Intro 3 class, a Long Form 3 class, and our Elite House team: Doctor Cousins!


Blind Tiger Comedy: June Buggies!
Little Mountain Gallery. 195 E 26th Ave.
Wednesday, June 5th
$5 or free for BTC students.
JUST ONE SHOW – Doors 8:30, Show 9

Featuring: Characters, Intro 3 (Ese), Long Form 3, House team Doctor Cousins


On Friday June 7th It’s our WTF (Women Trans Femme) Night, including a free improv class and jam show hosted by Caitlin Howden and Ese Atawo!

WTF Night aims to provide a safe, supportive environment to dig into improv/ comedy exclusively for those who identify as female, transgender, femme, genderqueer, trans-masculine, trans-feminine, or feel that their socialization or treatment as a woman, transperson, or femme has impeded their participation in improv.


Semester 23 and our Summer Thunder Series (one-off elective courses only offered in the Summer, featuring some amazing out-of-town teachers) Are ready to launch and will be open for registration on Thursday May 23rd at High Noon PST. Head to blindtigercomedy.ca/classes for all the info you desire.


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June 5, 2019
9:00 pm

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Health officials in British Columbia and nationally have restricted all public gatherings in order to combat the spread of COVID-19 and closed all non-essential businesses.

Little Mountain Gallery is a shared community space and has supported our showrunners in choosing to cancel their performances to encourage social isolation and prevent the spread of this illness.

Our not-for-profit business model relies on regular rentals in the space and, due to these unprecedented circumstances, we are asking for donations to ensure we are able to remain in operation through this pandemic.

Little Mountain Gallery is following the City of Vancouver's updates on this issue.

We'll be updating this message as new information becomes available.