Teen Angst Night: A Celebration of Really Bad Poetry and other Cringe-worthy Teen Memories

teen angst night

It’s not a phase mom, god – you just don’t understand!

Most people in their life have jotted down a poem or two to convey the unbearable angst they go through as teenagers. With hormones raging, sometimes all you need is a pad and paper to express those feelings that your parents just didn’t understand.

But, as we grow older and move away from the pain of growing up, it’s sometimes a good idea to look back and laugh hysterically at how melodramatic life was back then. Teen Angst is a comedy show that does just that, and does it well.

Full of comedy gold, Teen Angst Night is a comedic reading series where readers can share anything (poetry, songs, letters, journals, diary entries, essays, plays, lists, etc) as long as it is super embarrassing.

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Teen Angst Night: A Celebration of Really Bad Poetry and other Cringe-worthy Teen Memories

Game of Thrones Comedy Show Helps you Laugh Away your Pain

Game of Thrones Live Vancouver

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If April seems to far away and you’re itching for some Game of Thrones action, a new comedy show is happening this weekend to satisfy your GOT cravings for the time-being.

WE KNOW NOTHING: Monologues of Ice & Fire will be running for three nights beginning on Friday the 13th of November (what could possibly go wrong!?) through Sunday, the 15th at the historic Cultch theatre in East Vancouver (1895 Venables Street).

If you’ve never been to The Cultch, this is also a great excuse to visit the beautiful theatre that’s small and intimate without a bad seat in the house.

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Game of Thrones Comedy Show Helps you Laugh Away your Pain