What: Let the Love In featuring Fox Glove, Towers and Trees, Twin Bandit and more Where: Alix Goolden Performance Hall, 907 Pandora Ave. When: Saturday, 7:30 p.m. (doors at 7) Tickets: $20/$12 at ticketfly.com and the Victoria Conservatory of Music box office The spirit of collaboration will be alive and well on Saturday during Let the Love In, a multi-band showcase at the Alix Goolden Performance Hall.
What: Urinetown: The Musical Where: Langham Court Theatre, 805 Langham Ct. When: Jan. 19-Feb. 3 Tickets: $33 ($31 for seniors and $27 for students) at langhamtheatre.ca or by phone at 250-384-2142 Urinetown: The Musical is a Tony Award-winning production with all the acclaim it could want. But the musical comedy bears a fairly unfortunate title, in addition to some gleefully uncomfortable songs (It’s a Privilege to Pee being one).
IN CONCERT What: Queens of the Stone Age with Eagles of Death Metal When: Monday, 8 p.m. (doors at 7) Where: Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre, 1925 Blanshard St. Tickets: $49.50, $59.50, and $69.50 at selectyourtickets.com, livenation.com, the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre Box Office or 250-220-7777 Queens of the Stone Age will perform in Victoria next week, and until recently, the story around these parts was the fact that our modest, 7,000-seat arena was part of a tour consisting of much...
“I’ve never done therapy, but I’ve definitely got fucking anger, man. I wouldn’t say I’ve got anger when I’m walking down the street, kicking old ladies and booting cats, but when the microphone is in front of me I can muster up some vibe.”
-- Liam Gallagher, iconic as always.
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