Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on August 8, 2017 (when Cultch single tickets go on sale). One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.
Name our mouth-watering cocktail– A delicious twist on the classic Gimlet: Wallflower gin, sage syrup, lime juice and orange – for a chance to win an evening of pre-drinks at Odd Society Spirits, two tickets to an upcoming Cultch production, and naming rights to the new beverage that will be sold at The Cultch AND Odds Society Spirits (1725 Powell Street)!
How to enter:
There are several ways to enter. To enter through the blog simply leave a comment with your drink name and a brief explanation. To enter through Facebook, comment on the contest announcement with your drink name in quotes. On Twitter, reply to our post with your drink name and the hashtag #CultchxOdd. By email, send your drink name to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enter anytime between Nov 4 – 10,
Suggest a fun, creative, and evocative name for this recipe. If possible, explain why you chose the name in a sentence or two.
The winning recipe name (and your name, if you wish) will be featured in our bar for the remainder of our 16/17 season as well as at Odd Society Spirits.
CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! Congratulations to winner Barb W!
Last week Motherload opened and received fantastic praise from audiences and critics. With Valentine’s Day this weekend, we wanted to spread the love by giving away two tickets to see the show on February 14!
Jody-Kay Marklew, Emelia Symington Fedy, Juno Rinaldi, and Sonja Bennett Photo by Emily Cooper
All you need to do is leave a comment below with a story about your experience as a parent, or about your own parents! The good, the bad, or the messy; just like the show, no story is off limits!
This excerpt from co-creator Emelia Symington Fedy’s blog might help give you some ideas:
“My husband and I don’t spoon. We hit the sack and don’t move till morning (except for the ups and downs with the kids).”
We will pick our favourite on Friday, Febuary 13 at 11 am and the winner will receive two tickets to the performance of Motherload the following evening on Saturday, Febuary 14!
We look forward to reading your great stories!
Emelia Symington Fedy – Photo by Emily Cooper
Sonja Bennett – Photo by Emily Cooper
Juno Rinaldi – Photo by Emily Cooper
Jody-Kay Marklew – Photo by Emily Cooper
Motherload runs until February 21 at the Historic Theatre. Tickets start from $19 and are available on our website or by calling the box office at 604-251-1363.
The God That Comes is a collaboration between 2b theatre company and two time Juno- Award-winner Hawksley Workman. This one-man live performance is a genre in itself, as it fuses the electricity of a live rock concert with the intimacy of theatrical storytelling. Adapted from the ancient greek tragedy The Bacchae, the story centers on a king whose subjects revolt against his oppressive rule to worship the Greco-Roman god of wine.
The God That Comes was a complete SELL OUT during last year’s PuSh Festival and is coming to The Cultch tomorrow night! To celebrate this incredible performance The Cultch is giving away a pair of premium tickets to the opening night performance ($80 value).
To enter simply leave a comment (and email or phone number) on this post about why you want to see The God That Comes to be entered to win! (One comment per user, please). Contest ends Wednesday, November 13 at 10 am.