Celebrate Women’s Day tomorrow at Vancouver’s premiere talent show!

Nasty Women Comedy. Nolan Sage photo

Celebrated on March 8 every year, International Women’s Day (IWD) is a focal point in the movement for women’s rights.

Celebrated monthly, Paul Anthony’s Talent Time presents a variety show consisting of musical, comedic, and other kinds of talent, mostly from the Lower Mainland.

On March 7, these two forces come together in a nonstop rollercoaster of empowered entertainment: Paul Anthony’s Talent Time: Celebrate Women’s Day! Let’s see what Mr. Anthonly has in store at the Rio Theatre (1660 E. Broadway) event.

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Celebrate Women’s Day tomorrow at Vancouver’s premiere talent show!

Hot tub anniversary machine – Vancouver’s monthly live talent show celebrates 9 years of hilarity

For nine years, Talent Time has been giving a home to stray talent. In the fine old tradition of vaudeville and the Carol Burnett Show, the monthly live variety show has hosted comedians, singers, clowns, jugglers – you name it.

For its upcoming ninth-year celebration, Thursday Feb. 2, Talent Time is doing something it hasn’t done before – bringing a hot tub onto its stage.

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Hot tub anniversary machine – Vancouver’s monthly live talent show celebrates 9 years of hilarity

One of Vancouver’s best nights-out moves to the Rio Theatre

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Host Paul Anthony on the new set for Talent Time. Set design by NotAce Martens, photo by Skinny G-Smith.

For six years, one of the most entertaining shows in Vancouver has been Paul Anthony’s Talent Time. An old-fashioned variety show, the monthly event has brought an array of acts, from jugglers to comedians to animal trainers, to the Biltmore Cabaret.

For its seventh season, Talent Time is going to be bigger, better and in a new venue, the Rio Theatre. And host Paul Anthony is promising even more changes with the new location.

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One of Vancouver’s best nights-out moves to the Rio Theatre

Talent Time’s five year anniversary special

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Photo credit: Lindsay Elliot @Lindsaysdiet.com

Where else in Vancouver can you find a table tennis demo from US Open champion, three-year-old singing dynamo and an Australian Vanguard of Vaudeville…all in the same night? Why, Paul Anthony’s Talent Time of course. The city’s most bizarre, memorable and unique talent show is celebrating its fifth year anniversary on the February 6th. Continue reading:
Talent Time’s five year anniversary special