Anecdotal Evidence VI – Anniversary Show!
7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
362 Powell Street
Vancouver , BC
Come down to LanaLou’s for the sixth edition of Anecdotal Evidence and our 1-year Anniversary show!Anecdotal Evidence is a storytelling series about the human side of science. The rapture in the research and humanity behind the abstract. How science impacts our lives on a personal level. Stories are filled with humour, humanity, and sometimes even science.
The stories are true, 7(ish)-minute tales told live, onstage, without notes.
Our storytellers include:
This time with special musical guests: Rachel Wilson & Mark Robertson!!!
Anecdotal Evidence will take place on Thursday, April 28th, 7:00pm at LanaLou’s on 362 Powell St, Vancouver.
Are you interested in telling a story? We have a couple slots still open for this event. Get in touch here, or at email@example.com!
Tickets at $7.50 in advance and $10 at the door.
We have sold out in the past so we recomend buying your tickets online.
Get your tickets here: https://www.picatic.com/event14559270473504834
EVENT IS ALL AGES: Maybe?
By this we mean that LanaLou’s liquor license allows individuals of all ages to attend. We by no means guarantee that the story content will be appropriate for all ages. In fact, some of us hope it won’t be. 😉
Entrance is on the ground level and will fit a wheelchair, and both washrooms are accessible. Please let us know if you would like us to reserve special seating for you. We are happy to do it.
ASL INTERPRETATION: If needed.
We feel so lucky to have access to professional ASL interpreters. If you feel that you will be needing this service, please email us ASAP, so that we can ensure appropriate seating and interpreter presences.
Like Anecdotal Evidence, Lana, the owner of LanaLou’s, welcomes people of all genders. Please feel free to use whichever restroom you like.
In addition to our awesome venue host LanaLou’s, we would like to thank the following organizations for their support through non-monetary donations:
– Science World
– H.R. MacMillan Space Center
– The Beaty Biodiversity Museum
– Let’s Talk Science UBC
Thank you for your support and the cool prizes.