They’ve researched, they’ve taught, they’ve publicized, they’ve protested… but above all, they’ve loved—each other and the planet. Drs. David Suzuki and Tara Cullis are activists and life partners, and on this special evening, they take the opportunity to share with us a lifetime of stories. This workshop presentation is a casual, conversational piece of theatre, powered by the warmth and affability of the couple, but it carries with it a message of the utmost importance.

 

*This workshop performance is available only to PuSh Pass Holders, Anvil Centre Subscribers, or through this special offer with purchase of a Monday Nights ticket.

The Anvil Centre is excited to once again partner with the PuSh Festival to bring two unique performances to New Westminster. For a limited time, you can access tickets to both shows through an exclusive offer using the promo code ANVIL.

 

Monday Nights https://pushfestival.ca/shows/monday-nights/

FEB 6-8 8PM

FEB 8-9 2PM

Monday Nights invites you to lace up your sneakers and get in the game! Every Monday night for over a decade, five men came together to play basketball. Friendships were formed, bonds were strengthened; they shared each other’s victories and losses, triumphs and heartbreaks. The game became a refuge and they left it all on the court.

 

Book your two-show package here [https://pushfestival.ca/show-details/?show=monday-nights] for exclusive access to What you Won’t do for Love. You’ll be asked to choose a performance date/time for Monday Nights; by selecting the “Anvil Centre Package” for $78, you’ll automatically be booked into What You Won’t Do For Love on February 4th.