Metro Studio After Dark

Livestream Series
Metro Studio After Dark
Intrepid Presents
  • Dates: Apr 9, 2021 - Apr 10, 2021
  • Location:
  • Performed: Pedro M. Siqueira & Megan Marie Gates

Showtimes

Apr
09
Friday
08:00 pm
Apr
10
Saturday
08:00 pm

As part of our Spring Series we are offering free online programming. This livestream series will be available to view live on our Facebook and Instagram live, and can be viewed on demand at later dates.

Our signature cabarets are an audience favourite, and since we can’t pack the Metro Studio for a celebration of local artists in person, we have created this livestream series. Join us for these performances in the Metro Studio After Dark livestream series hosted live on our Facebook and Instagram. Each performance will feature a different artist in a 20-30 minute set broadcast live from The Metro Studio.

Artist schedule

April 9 – Songs from Somewhere Else
Music from Brazil and Portugal. Pedro M. Siqueira is a Brazilian multi-skilled performer based in Victoria BC. Guitar is Pedro’s passion. In this piece, Pedro sings and plays songs that you probably don’t know and will fall in love with. Mixing Portuguese and English, Pedro brings a unique quality to the songs that he is excited to perform at the Metro.

April 10 – Queer Folktales + Sound Meditation
A deep listening experience combining the imaginative work of both story and sound. This offering is a 10 min ute queer folktale reading into a sound meditation to lullaby you into dreaminess.Megan Marie is a celebrated sound meditation facilitator and budding storyteller passionate about queering folktales for queer folx to see ourselves in stories.

Accessibility
This event is held on Facebook and captions will be autogenerated by Facebook.

Showtimes

Apr
09
Friday
08:00 pm
Apr
10
Saturday
08:00 pm

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