Tag Archives: Sara Bynoe

Sara Bynoe’s Teen Angst Night Turns 19 At The Fox Cabaret November 22nd

30 Oct

TeenAngst19What is Teen Angst Night you might ask? Well it’s where brave souls of all ages get up on stage and share (ie. read aloud to an audience) embarrassing stories from teenage notebooks, letters, diaries and journals. And really who does not have funny and/or embarrassing stories from that time in life when hormones and emotions are at an all time high? Do you have a great embarrassing story to share?  If so, it could be YOU on stage for 19th anniversary celebration happening November 22nd at the Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main Street. And IF you are interested in participating, here are the requirements:

1- The work must be your own.
2- You must have written it between the ages of 10-19; and
3- You cannot be proud of the work you share. It’s best if you’re super embarrassed.

Ready to sign up? If yes, visit Sign Up. For putting yourself out there, you will get a free drink plus a ticket for a guest to accompany you.

If you prefer to come and listen to stories, best grab yourself an advance ticket which is a very reasonable $12 or you can snag a ticket at the door for $15.  Local comedian and actress, Sara Bynoe, who created Teen Angst Night will be hosting the evening’s anniversary celebration.

Dance Dance Dance Party At Mount Pleasant Community Centre Tuesday Nights

8 Sep

SeftonBillingtonRecordPlayerLadies, do you love to dance? Well then this one is for you. You are invited to come out to Dance Dance Dance Party at the Mount Pleasant Community Centre, 1 Kingsway, on Tuesday, September 8th.  What is it exactly? Dance Dance Dance Party happens at 8:15 pm on Tuesday evenings for one hour. It is billed as “a fun-focused female only free form dance class”. So there is no instructor to keep up with and best of all no judgment, just fun. To add to the fun of the evening, funny lady Sara Bynoe is back as ‘den mother’ for the September classes to help you get your groove on. She might just tickle your funny bone as well, inadvertently, of course. Sara Bynoe if you don’t know her, is the woman behind Say Wha? Deliciously Rotten Readings as well as Teen Angst. So all around, we expect it will be a fun evening. Cost is $7.00 for a drop in, or you can purchase for the 4 sessions in advance at the Mount Pleasant Community Centre. Dancing mandatory, leg warmers optional.

Photo Credit: Sefton Billington

Funny Lady Sara Bynoe Starts The New Year Off With Teen Angst Night & Say Wha?

8 Jan

TeenAngstNightSaraSara Bynoe self-titled actor, writer and producer of fun times is starting off the New Year with humour as only she can.  You are invited to her upcoming installment of Teen Angst Night on Tuesday, January 13th  8:00 pm at the Cottage Bistro, 4468 Main Street. These are brave souls that read real live diary/journal entries from those anxiety causing teenage years which now in retrospect many of us can only laugh at, or so we hope. Tickets are available at the door for $10.

You can also catch Sara at her next installment of Say Wha?! Readings of Delicious Rotten Writing on Tuesday, January 20th at The Emerald, 555 Gore Street 8:00 pm. Sara and her ever funny guests will be reading from the worst published books they can put their hands on.  Sara has been running these shows since 2010 and we are sure she and her guests will bring you many laughs.  Tickets are available in advance via Eventbrite for $10.

Shut The Front Door! Blurs The Lines At Astorino’s April 6th

2 Apr

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I tell you that Sara Bynoe (pictured far right) really gets around. Word master that she is I’m sure she won’t mind a little play on words. I am of course talking about her many appearances about town whether it’s her Say Wha? events or her latest endeavor, being part of the line up at Shut The Front Door!   This show is a mix of spoken word and comedians blurring the lines between stand up and spoken word.   The event will be hosted by Brendan McLeod featuring some local talent including Graham Clark, Cheryl Maddaena, Sara Bynoe, Fernando Raguero and Al Mader aka “The Minimalist Jug Band”.   The event takes place at Astorino’s Hall, 1739 Venables Street this Sunday, April 6th and gets under way at 1:00 pm. Tickets are $10 in advance via PayPal or $12 at the door. Note cash sales only at the door.  Shut The Front Door! Is part of the Verses Festival of Words taking place between April 5th and 12th in and around East Vancouver. For a full line up of events, check out Verses Festival of Words 2014.

SayWha? With Sara Bynoe – Readings of Fifty Shades of Grey November 29th

27 Nov

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Funny lady, Sara Bynoe, is showcasing her next installment of Deliciously Rotten Writing this Friday, November 29th at Hot Art Wet City, 2206 Main Street. In honour of the upcoming filming of Fifty Shades of Grey in Vancouver, Sara will be highlighting the absurdity within the pages of this book as well as those following in the series, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed. This promises to be an entertaining evening and then some. There is limited seating available. If you wish to attend this event, tickets are $10 available online at EventBrite. Doors open 7:30 pm. Show is 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.

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