April 26 - 28
Doors at 7 p.m.  Music at 7:30 p.m.  Showtime 8 p.m.
PAL Studio Theatre (581 Cardero)
Tickets and more info here.

Back for a fifth year, Vancouver's Giggles & Gags is an evening of original sketch comedy, jam-packed with hilarity, satires of our West Coast culture, parodies and sketches covering the silly to the surreal, with a few magical and musical interludes along the way. And, as Mark Twain almost said, if one sketch doesn't tickle your fancy, just wait five minutes!

Net proceeds of Giggles & Gags are donated to Vancouver's Mom2Mom Child Poverty Initiative Society, an organization that provides mentors and resources to single mothers living in poverty in Vancouver’s Downtown East Side, helping these moms keep their kids in school, well nourished, and in stable and safe environments. 

Presented by Anne with an E productions.


Every single Sunday for the past 25 years, the folks at the historic church at Burrard and Nelson have presented the finest jazz musicians in the Lower Mainland in an afternoon performance where jazz meets, and dances, with the spirit.

The April performance lineup features: Don Stewart on April 8; The Vancouver Legacy Orchestra on April 15; and Andrea Superstein on April 22, with the April 29 performance still to be announced.

Fabiana Katz performs at Roedde House Museum April 8.


Sunday, April 8th / 4 p.m.
Roedde House Museum (1415 Barclay)
$15 Adults / $12 Students & Seniors

The second Sunday of each month you’ll find an afternoon of classical music in the parlour at Roedde House Museum, the elegant and historic (1893) West End former home of Vancouver’s first book-binder and his wife, Gustav and Matilda Roedde. The museum is attributed to famed architect Francis Rattenbury and is a City of Vancouver-designated Class A Heritage House.

On Sunday April 8, enjoy “Where Truest Pleasure Is” with mezzo-soprano Fabiana Katz and pianist Stephen Smith, featuring English repertoire by Britten, Quilter, Stanford, and Vaughan Williams and American songs by Copland and Bernstein. This program will be a welcome breath of fresh, spring air.

Arrive early for the Tea & Tour from 1 to 4 p.m.

Drag On Davie!

Jaylene Tyme.

Every Sunday
8 to 11 p.m.
XY YVR Nightclub (1216 Bute)

If you’re not quite done weekending on Sunday, there’s always Sunday Legends, a weekly showcase of fabulous old-school glamour and celebrity impersonation.

Presiding over all this glitz and glam is celebrated drag artist Jaylene Tyme, who recreates Dolly Parton, Mariah Carey, Tina Turner, and many more, right before your dazzled eyes. Each week features a special guest artist as well as featured performer Xanax, with DJ Dom Top keeping the beat.