Club PuSh

Showing on Jan 26-27

Playing at Performance Works

Co-Presented by Talking Stick Festival and the frank theatre

Talking Stick: January 26

Get ready for an electrifying night at Club PuSh, brought to you by Talking Stick Festival! Immerse yourself in a captivating performance maelstrom where Indigenous traditions meet with contemporary artistry. A dynamic lineup of artists promises an unforgettable experience.

This evening isn’t just an event; it’s a tribute to Indigenous culture, reimagined in a modern light that’s bound to ignite your senses. You won’t want to miss this journey.

frank theatre: January 27

Part dance party, part cabaret, all queer joy!

After two sold-out nights in 2022 and 2023, the frank theatre returns to Club PuSh. frank brings you a subversive line-up of queer, trans, immigrant, and BIPOC creators. Foregrounding resistance, experimentation and delight, this evening will challenge and enthrall. An immersive experience within incendiary music, fearless performance art, and boundary-pushing drag.

Previous nights featured local legends Kimmortal, Batty Banks, Virago Nation, the Darlings, DJ Softieshan, Kara Juku and more!

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Artist Bio

Talking Stick Festival

The Talking Stick Festival, now in its 20th year, began as a way to showcase and celebrate Indigenous art and performance to a wider audience. From its humble beginnings, this unique and exciting event has grown into a two-week festival held annually across Vancouver. Talking Stick is known as the premier multi-disciplinary Indigenous arts festival in North America.

the frank theatre

The frank is the oldest professional queer theatre company on the occupied lands of the Coast Salish Peoples, colonially called Vancouver, BC. We are one of few theatre organizations in the country led by a genderqueer, immigrant of colour, and we collaborate with a large community of 2SLGBTQ+ artists and arts workers. Through collective approaches, we create work that challenges Western, Eurocentric and Colonial aesthetics and storytelling.

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Performance Works

1218 Cartwright Street, Granville Island, Vancouver

Masks are recommended, and washrooms are gender neutral.


  • January 26: 9pm
  • January 27: 9pm


Single tickets: $10; free with any PuSh pass


Masks recommended; washrooms are gender neutral