Friday and Saturday at Robinson Memorial Theatre
Giddy up your saddles for some improv with the boys of Moist Theatre. They are back and hotter than ever as they move their show to a larger theatre audience!
Catch Moist Theatre Friday, September 23rd at 8pm and Saturday, September 24th at 2pm and 8pm at the Robinson Memorial Theatre on the McMaster University campus (CNH 103). Tickets for this event are $7 or two shows for $10!
Moist Theatre is Matt Andaloro, Carson Gale, Ben McCutchen, Cliff Murphy and Colin Murphy. Their improv comedy is sure to have you laughing till the cows come home!
For more information check them out on Facebook!
(No guns actually required)
Friday Sept 23 at The Casbah
Do you like music? Do you like fun? Are you looking for something great to do this Friday night?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of the above questions we have the event for you!
Hamilton’s favourites: Cowlick, Motem, Canadian Winter, and the Dirty Nil are putting on one hell of a show tonight at the Casbah. You can expect to hear some smooth hip hop, funky swag beats, guitar riffs and sweet vocals. All of that? Yes, all of that from one event.
Bring your dancing shoes, good-times attitude, and come out to support some amazing local talent. Hammerpalooza is happening at The Casbah (Queen and Main) tonight, the show starts at 10pm and it is 10$ at the door.
See you on the dance floor.
Friday September 23rd to Saturday September 24th
If you’re a strong advocate of alternative transportation and wish to show how viable it can be, If the thought of cars pumping tar sands fuel makes you upset, if you’re sick of hearing nothing about preventing climate change from the media, come do something about it! 350 is a worldwide organization that holds Days of Action when 350 groups from many cities in almost every country in the world hold demonstrations to promote environmentalism and encourage government to take steps to prevent climate change. For the next Day of Action, Hamilton 350 has organized a cycle to Nanticoke refinery of Exxonmobil, tar sands exploiter and major financer of climate change deniers; and to the Ontario Power Generation coal-fired facility, the continent’s largest greenhouse gas source. It will be a 75km ride on flat roads for Friday September 23rd. After demonstrating and camping over night cyclists will ride the 75km back to the festivities in Gore Park. The Gore Park celebration will have musical entertainment and food. Gatherers will rally and march to the federal building to make their final statement on the need for action now against climate change!
To find more details on this amazing pursuit visit www.hamilton350.ca and to sign up for the cycle please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We need riders to join by this Sunday to ensure enough campsites are booked so sign up as soon as possible!
More details on the September 24th rally Global Day of Action in Gore park are coming soon!