Previous events

John Gogo

39 Days of July

Here’s a link: https://www.39daysofjuly.ca/ This festival is an annual event in the Cowichan Valley. For obvious reasons it has been forced to become a “live streaming” event this year. I believe a very limited number of tickets to see it live are also available.

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19 Please watch for rescheduled shows, hopefully in fall of 2020 Doors: 7pm, Show: 7:30 Tickets: $20 at the door OR Advance tickets: $16 (includes postage) Please click here to buy your advance ticket(s) https://johngogo.com/tickets Please tell your friends and neighbours, thank you! “This engaging one-man show revisits the mining & logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk songs & tales from four generations of a pioneer family offer a gritty view beneath the surface of history.” PS Paul Phillips Hall is often (mistakingly!) referred to as Theatre Innconnu, because they use the Hall for their events.

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Anne MacDonald Studio, 333 Chesterfield Ave., North Vancouver, BC

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19 Please watch for rescheduled shows, hopefully in fall of 2020 3pm Matinee! (Doors 2:30) Tickets: $20 at the door OR Advance tickets: $16 (includes postage) Please click here to buy your advance ticket(s) https://johngogo.com/tickets The ‘Anne Mac’ Studio is part of (and adjacent to) Presentation House Theatre. Please tell your friends and neighbours, thank you! “This engaging one-man show revisits the mining & logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk songs & tales from four generations of a pioneer family offer a gritty view beneath the surface of history.”

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Duncan, BC

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19 Please watch for rescheduled shows, hopefully in fall of 2020

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Gather, Pender Island, BC

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19 Please watch for rescheduled shows, hopefully in fall of 2020 Doors, kitchen & bar: 6pm. Showtime: 7:30 Tickets: $20. available online via gatherpenderislandeventbritestudio.com or at Talisman Bookstore on Pender Island. Please tell your friends and neighbours, thank you! “This engaging one-man show revisits the mining & logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk songs & tales from four generations of a pioneer family offer a gritty view beneath the surface of history.”

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Mahon Hall, Ganges, Salt Spring Is

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19 Please watch for rescheduled shows, hopefully in fall of 2020 Doors: 7pm, Show: 7:30 Tickets: $20 at the door OR Advance tickets: $16 (includes postage) Please click here to buy your advance ticket(s) https://johngogo.com/tickets Please tell your friends and neighbours, thank you! “This engaging one-man show revisits the mining & logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk songs & tales from four generations of a pioneer family offer a gritty view beneath the surface of history.”

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Saltair Community Centre, 3850 S. Oyster School Rd., Saltair, BC

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19 Please watch for rescheduled shows, hopefully in fall of 2020

Doors: 7pm, Show: 7:30 Tickets: $20 at the door OR Advance tickets: $16 (includes postage) Please click here to buy your advance ticket(s) https://johngogo.com/tickets Please tell your friends and neighbours, thank you! “This engaging one-man show revisits the mining & logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk songs & tales from four generations of a pioneer family offer a gritty view beneath the surface of history.”

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Harbour City Theatre, 25 Victoria Rd., Nanaimo, BC

SOLD OUT! Thanks Fascinating Rhythm for selling tickets! (A very cool record shop in downtown Nanaimo!) This engaging one-man show written and performed by John Gogo revisits the gritty mining and logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk tales told by four generations of a Nanaimo pioneer family offer a fascinating look beneath the surface of history unfolded from 1895 to 1995. Their songs explore the unique and layered lives of heroes and villains: the visionary Finns of Sointula, the notorious Dunsmuirs, labour martyr Ginger Goodwin, the ghost of Clarence Ballance and the infamous Brother XII of De Courcy Island.

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Brentwood Bay Village Emporium , Brentwood Bay, BC

Tickets $20 available (even by phone!) at the venue (778) 351-0178 This engaging one-man show written and performed by John Gogo revisits the gritty mining and logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk tales told by four generations of a Nanaimo pioneer family offer a fascinating look beneath the surface of history unfolded from 1895 to 1995. Their songs explore the unique and layered lives of heroes and villains: the visionary Finns of Sointula, the notorious Dunsmuirs, labour martyr Ginger Goodwin, the ghost of Clarence Ballance and the infamous Brother XII of De Courcy Island.

John Gogo - Coal & Wood Show

Mahon Hall, 114 Rainbow Rd, Salt Spring Is. BC

$15 at the door This engaging one-man show written and performed by John Gogo revisits the gritty mining and logging towns of Vancouver Island on Canada’s rugged western coast. Haunting folk tales told by four generations of a Nanaimo pioneer family offer a fascinating look beneath the surface of history unfolded from 1895 to 1995. Their songs explore the unique and layered lives of heroes and villains: the visionary Finns of Sointula, the notorious Dunsmuirs, labour martyr Ginger Goodwin, the ghost of Clarence Ballance and the infamous Brother XII.