Time: 9 p.m.
your lovely faces & voices & drums & bells & whistles
& ukuleles & whatever else & whoever else you can carry up
to Club Didi for Open Mic
Cover by donation
Welcoming all awesome humans out to enjoy a
stripped down open stage at Club Didi. This will be the most fun you'll
ever have on a Tuesday. Doors at 8:30, stage opens at 9:00.
There will be a keyboard set up, and an acoustic guitar available for everyone. Please bring other cool things to play, especially if they are simple & easy to carry.
Welcoming all awesome humans to join us for a stripped down open stage at Club Didi. There will be a keyboard, set up and an acoustic guitar there to share - but other instruments are welcome. Doors open at 8:30, stage shortly after.
Our vision for Club Didi is that it not only be a home base for Theatre Outré’s operations, but that it be used by other theatre and performance groups in the city who have also noticed the lack of small and affordable theatre and cabaret space. We welcome you and hope you’ll take advantage of what Club Didi is meant to be.
We also envision that our Club Didi can be a gathering place for the city’s queer community along with their friends and allies. It is a place where judgment, prudishness and censorship are uninvited and where open expression of sexuality, humanity and creativity is embraced with abandon.
Watch for a variety of events from Club Didi including Movie & Cuddle Nights, musical tributes to gay icons, strip spelling bees, Karaoke and, of course, our season of exciting theatre.
Club Didi is equipped with seating for up to 40 people and can be set up in a variety of ways to suit your particular needs. Cabaret seating with tables or traditional theatre seating are both options.
We have an 8 x 8 foot raised stage available that can be set up or removed as well making our playing space incredibly versatile for performances and events of all kinds.
We also boast a surround sound system, mounted speakers, dvd player and projector for presentations, movies and karaoke.
See you at Club Didi where we’ll ‘turn on the red light!’