Vote for ‘Vancouver’s Next Top Mayor’ on January 27th

Mark your calendars and line your pockets because on January 27th local funny-man favourite Graham Clark is taking the 2018 mayoral elections into his own hands. In light of Mayor Gregor Robertson’s recent announcement that, after a decade of serving in office he will not be running in the October 20th, 2018 municipal election, Clark and the hilarious people of Hot Art Wet City are staging an elaborate, illicit, reality show-inspired production: “Vancouver’s Next Top Mayor.” The turn-out for this one-time-only ‘election’ is looking good since tickets ($7-10, HERE) are already being snagged in droves. The Little Mountain Gallery venue isn’t big but the laughs sure as hell will be, so ensure to secure your vote for Clark et al’s specially selected candidates by buying yours ASAP!

Sat, Jan. 27th | Little Mountain Gallery (195 East 26th Ave.) | Doors 7:30, Show 8pm

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