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Half-Price Tickets

Tickets Tonight sells half-price tickets in person only. Half-price tickets are sold on the day of the show and are subject to availability. Half-price tickets go on sale at 9:00am and typically go off sale at 4:00pm. There is a limit of 4 half-price tickets per customer.  Half-price listings are updated daily, and half-price inventory is limited.
Forbidden Vancouver presents Secrets of Stanley Park Walking Tour
Venue: Meet at Whale Fountain outside Vancouver Aquarium
Time: 2:00pm
Half-price tickets: $21.60 (incl. $3.75 service fee)
Discover the secrets of Vancouver's legendary Stanley Park. With a professional Forbidden Vancouver storyteller as your guide, you'll explore the world-famous seawall, hidden corners, and wild forested trails. On the way you'll see famous crime scenes, glittering downtown vistas, historic totem poles, secret cemeteries, bizarre public art, and colossal old growth trees. You'll also hear the true stories of why the park was opened, how the Lion's Gate Bridge was built, and the what really went down on Deadman's Island. Recommended ages 14+, tour is 2 and a half hours long
Ticket sales end by 12pm

Firehall Arts Centre presents Only Drunks and Children Tell The Truth
Venue: Firehall Arts Centre
Time: 3:00pm, 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $20.50 (incl. $4.00 fee)
3:00pm Ticket sales end by 12pm
Written by celebrated Indigenous playwright Drew Hayden Taylor, Only Drunks and Children Tell The Truth is the gripping account of the "60's scoop-up" phenomenon, in which Native children were taken from their families, their communities, and their culture to be adopted into white households. Dealing with themes of abandonment, reconciliation, identity, and cultural dissonance, this comically rich and devastatingly truthful production, first produced by the Firehall in the 90's, is an unforgettable piece of Canadian theatre.

Forbidden Vancouver presents Lost Souls of Gastown Tour
Venue: Meet at Cathedral Square, Richards at Dunsmuir 
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price tickets: $18.98 (incl. $3.75 fee)
Explore Victorian Gastown at night on this gothic theatre adventure. You'll follow the lamplight of your guide as you discover the Great Fire, smallpox outbreaks, and the unsolved murder of John Bray. On the way you'll visit the city's oldest hotel, its first bawdy house, and walk its oldest street. Do not expect a ghost tour or conventional walking tour - this is an experience that will pull you in so deep, you might have a hard time finding your way back out. Recommended for ages 16+

Yuk Yuks presents John Reep
Venue: Yuk Yuk's
Time: 7:00pm
Half-price Tickets: $15.50 ($3.00 service fee) 
Jon Reep is a nationally touring comedian whose contemporary country point of view has won over legions of fans in comedy clubs, on tv and in film. As a stand-up he's built a following through his hilarious comedy specials and winning appearance on Last Comic Standing.

Vancouver TheatreSports League presents OK Tinder
Venue: The Improv Centre
Time: 11:15pm
Half-price Tickets: $11.25 ($2.25 service fee)
Vancouver TheatreSports pokes fun at Vancouver's notorious dating scene with our latest late-night show, OK Tinder - Swipe Right Comedy. Most single Vancouverites have a tale or two to tell about their experiences with on-line dating. Join us Wednesday nights at 9:15 as our improvisers ‘match up' to turn the good, the bad and the ludicrous of Vancouver's dating scene into 60 minutes of side-splitting laughter. Don't have a date? No problem! Come anyway, you might meet your perfect match at the show. There's ‘Plenty of Laughs' to be had by all. This is one instance when swiping right ensures a good time. Recommended for ages 17+

Metro Theatre presents Calendar Girls
Venue: Metro Theatre
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price Tickets: $16.00 (incl. $3.50 fee)
The famous story of a group of women from Yorkshire that decide to pose nude on a calendar to raise money for a new sofa in their local hospital waiting room. The calendar succeeds beyond their wildest dreams (and gains international recognition), but has unforeseen repercussions in their marriages and friendships. A play full of dignity and hope in the face of tragedy and one that has become the fastest selling play in British theatre history. Show may contain nudity.

Alley Theatre in partnership with Neworld Theatre presents The Ridiculous Darkness
Venue: Annex 
Time: 7:30pm 
Half-price Tickets: $18.00 (incl. $3.50 fee)
An award-winning radio text by Wolfram Lotz adapted to the stage by Daniel Arnold and the Vancouver Community. Featuring 6 professional cast members; 8 different cultural, non-profit and performing groups; 41 performers and over 20 production personnel. The Ridiculous Darkness is a boldly satirical, modern mash-up of the classic novel Heart of Darkness and the Oscar-winning film Apocalypse Now, and Alley Theatre's adaptation of it is a humble, hilarious love-hate letter to Vancouver. Course language, mature content, 11+ 

the Comedy MIX presents Headliner: Julian McCullough
Venue: the Comedy Mix
Time: 8:00pm, 10:30pm
Half-price Tickets: 12.75 (incl. $2.75 fee)
Julian McCullough is a nationally-touring comedian and actor currently starring as the co-host of WE HAVE ISSUES on E! He has appeared on INSIDE AMY SCHUMER, co-starred with Whitney Cummings on E! series LOVE YOU, MEAN IT, and is currently developing an original pilot at NBC for himself to star through CBS/Paramount. Previously, Julian has been a panelist on CHELSEA LATELY, contributed to THE SOUP INVESTIGATES, has a stand-up special with COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS, and appeared on THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON. In addition to his television appearances, Julian has been featured at the JUST FOR LAUGHS COMEDY FESTIVAL, performed his hour at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and won the "New York's Funniest" comedy competition in 2008.

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