A raucous, interactive puppet slam…with pirates.

July 17
8:00 pm MST
18+ event. 

$10 – Interactive VIP ZOOM tickets

Ahoy me hearties! Batten down the hatches, Slamalicious is on the horizon. Slamalicious sets sail July 17 at 8pm MST with a “Pirate Phobia” theme. Don’t be scared and get ready to splice the mainbrace with your captains Unca Grampa and Ms Sugarcoat. That means pAARRRRtay with these salty dogs:

A Whale of A Tale – The Big Bottom Players
Campfire Tales: The Kotzebue Shuffle – Ali DeRegt, Monica Ila, Emma Fisher
I Got My Eye In You – Yevgeny Piotrarovich – CZAPNO Ensemble
Bad Sound Wave – Kyle Hinton
To be a Pirate – Jen LeBlanc
No Booty for Me – Kira LeHall
Untitled – Milkshake Meadows
Lonely – Ellis Lalonde
Five O’Clock – Mooky Cornish

+ many shenanigans by your Comperes and fun surprises! Our running time is approximately one hour including intermission.

 

Heave ho! Slap down yer pieces of eight and let’s get three sheets to the wind with some grog blossoms!

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CAOS is based in the city of Calgary, also known as Moh-kins-tsis (“Elbow” in Blackfoot), Winsheesh-pah (“Elbow” in Stoney), Otos-kwunee (“Elbow” in Cree), Kootsisaw (“Elbow” in T’suu T’ina), and Klincho-tinay-indihay (“Horse Town” in Slavey).

The Elbow River gets its name from the distinctive "crook" as it flows towards the Bow River, which gets its name from the reeds that grew along its banks, which local First Nations used to make bows.