Battery Opera April 27-29: FUSE, What the Hell, & Bob's Lounge

Battery Opera April 27-29:
FUSE, What the Hell, & Bob's Lounge

battery opera is an eclectic and creative duo surrounded by lots of
creative and elcectic friends.  David McIntosh is of Scottish
descent, Lee Su-Feh is of Chinese descent… They are very neat people
that like to challenge the audience, as well as ensure that everybody
has a good time.  Last year, Lee Su-Feh was listed in the
Vancouver Sun list of influential Chinese-Canadians. The Bob's Lounge
duor of David and Max performed at the 2005 Gung Haggis Fat Choy Robbie
Burns Chinese New Year dinner event.

The following announcement is courtesy of battery opera

battery opera announcements: the revised version

A double-dose of Lee Su-Feh at FUSE!
Friday, April 27
6 to 11pm
$15 admission
Vancouver Art Gallery

1. Su-Feh is a Leaky Heaven Circus collaborator in this upcoming edition of FUSE. 
With
Leaky Heaven Artistic Director Steven Hill at the helm, collaborators
Jamie Long, Tanya Podlozniuk, Lee Su-Feh and Billy Marchenski will be
set adrift in the House of Oracles. Designers Catherine Hahn and
Stephan Bircher will weave a landscape of sea and wreckage in which
gallery patrons can watch, play and chew the fat on this 3-hour tour.
You're sure to eat this show up!

2. Su-Feh has also created a piece called “Welcome to all the Pleasures” featuring performers
Ali Robson, Amanda Sheather, Alana Gerecke, Stacey Murchison, Amber
Funk Barton, Billy Marchenski, Joseph Jurd, Chris Wright & Chengxin
Wei. If you've seen any of the exquisite candle dances at various Bob's
Lounge gigs, you won't want to miss this!

For the full listing of FUSE events, please visit 

What the hell?
Saturday to Sunday, April 28 to 29
1 – 3 pm
Free
In association with The Dance Centre
A series of dance interventions an happenings instigated by battery opera in celebration of International Dance Day. 
Dance
is injected into the midst of life with encounters small and large –
puzzles, amusements and celebrations that sneak up and sprout up on
street corners around downtown. 
Performers
are Amanda Sheather, Alana Gerecke, Stacey Murchison, Amber Funk
Barton, Billy Marchenski, Joseph Jurd & Chris Wright. Choreography
by Lee Su-Feh.
Locations to be announced at www.batteryopera.com 
For the full listing of International Dance Day events, please visit

Bob's Lounge
Saturday, April 28
8 until late
No cover, no regrets
Café Montmartre (Main St @ 28th Ave)
Featuring David McIntosh (vocals), Max Murphy (baritone saxiphone), Finn Manniche (cello) & Ben Brown (percussion).
With special guest artists Amber Funk Barton, Sarah Brown, Adrienne Wong & MACHiNeNOiSeY.
Described
as “a louche supergroup”, Bob’s Lounge is at once a highly portable
creative practice, an experimental production format, and a platform
for inclusion and collaboration. Bob's Lounge has appeared in cafés,
clubs, living rooms, roof tops, art galleries and theatres. Guest
artists have included dancers, actors, schuplattlers, sopranos, and
Veda Hille. 
Watch a video (or two) at 

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