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Event Archive - Locker Room Talk (A Feminist Show): Henrietta Dubet, Scarlett Hummingbird, FRAEA THE BANSHEE, Devaiya Ra, Pam Stewart, Roller Skate Victoria, Eddi Licious, Wilbur Harwood , Keith Macmillan, Socrates, Victoria Rein, Bus-tee Pipes, Norma Jean Knockout, Sophie Luscious, Don Merkin, Vanny von Baron, Vivian Vanderpuss and the Goth Lindas, Jeremiah Wilson, Coleman Grosvenor, Aylien Larsen, Leah Moldowan

Sat. March 2nd 2019 - Sat. March 2nd 2019 Metro Studio (No Minors)
7:30pm - 9:00pm doors at 7:00pm
Presented by: Riot Grrrls Revue

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Theatre: Dance:
The Riot Grrrls Revue is bringing you another intense, patriarchy-smashing, politically-oriented show! This production uses comedy and campy theatre to deconstruct the misogyny and trans-misogyny in sport culture.

We invite people of all genders and sexualities and from all walks of life to join us and connect with us - bring your parent(s), bring your partner(s), come alone. Come be part of the supportive and loving feminist energy that we all need!


Early Show: Doors at 7:00pm, show at 7:30pm sharp. Ends at 9:00pm.

Late Show: Doors at 9:30pm, show at 10pm. Ends at 11:30pm.

No credit card? Don't like those f*cking ticket fees? No problem. You can send an email money transfer to: [email protected] before 5pm on Friday March 1st (subject to availability). **Please send a separate email with your name and what show it's for (early or late)**

There is no guarantee that there will be tickets at the door, but if there are any left they will be $30.

Really want to come, but truly can't afford it? Message us - we can talk about a work-trade or donated ticket.

Ticket Options:

1. Early Bird FREE UPGRADE TO VIP SEATING - $22 for Preferred Seating at the front

2. Regular Admission - $25 for General Seating

**Please note that there will also be designated accessible seating in the front row for those who need it**

4. Donated Tickets: Buy a ticket for a stranger who can't afford it - $20


Content warning: Although we use comedy, our shows also explore heavy topics like misogyny, colonialism and sexual violence. We empower people to take care of themselves by not attending if they feel like it will be too much or if they are easily offended. We will provide trigger warnings before any numbers that are particularly heavy, but our shows in general are raw and intense, and definitely NOT westcoast soft.

We acknowledge with great respect the Lkwungen-speaking peoples on whose traditional territory this event is being held, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.


Gender neutral washrooms located up a flight of stairs. Single-stall wheelchair accessible washroom located on the ground floor - you will need to ask the door staff to let you in as it's the backstage area for the performers but it will be available all throughout the show.

There will be an ASL intrepreter for both early and late show.

Venue is low-lit; there may be some strobe/fake smoke and a small dog in the audience. Email if any of these pose a serious issue for you.

We encourage people to avoid wearing/using scented products, including essential oils or other natural scents, however we cannot guarantee that the venue will be scent-free.

Snacks, non-alcoholic options, and beer/cider available for purchase (cash or creditcard, no ATM available). Free tap water available.

Poster photo credit: Amus Beast Osaurus


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

19+ event, 2 pieces of ID required at the door.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Very limited street parking. Several bus stops nearby. Bike parking in the front.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Reach out to us via email: [email protected]

What's the refund policy?

No refunds unfortunately, and no switching between the early and late show. You're more than welcome to sell your ticket or exchange with someone. You can also send a friend in your spot if you're unable to attend, they will just have to let the door person know the name the ticket was originally purchased under.


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