Writers Talking TV features Kids in the Hall’s Bruce McCulloch with his comedy series Young Drunk Punk on Sept. 24. Bruce is the series’ creator, showrunner, and one of its stars. Fellow writer Matt Watts will talk to Bruce about his thoughts about creating TV comedy, and the evening includes an audience Q&A. The event is free and open to the public, but make sure to RSVP to email@example.com as seating is limited.
WHEN: Sept. 24, 7 p.m.
WHERE: TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King. St. West, Toronto
WHAT: Interview, screening, and audience Q&A with Bruce McCulloch, hosted by Matt Watts
In no particular order – how punk is that?
Demics – “New York City”
Diodes – “Tennis again”
The Clash – “Safe European Home”
Pointed Sticks – “Lies”
The Cramps – “Garbageman”
The Vibrators – “Keep it Clean”
The Nerves – “Hangin’ by the Telephone”
The Users – “Sick of You” (mostly because it was my ‘first’)
Sex Pistols – “God Save the Queen” (my second)
The Damned – “Smash It Up”
Generation X – “Your Generation”
The Young Canadians – “Let’s go to Fuckin’ Hawaii”
Buzzcocks – “You Say You Don’t Love Me”
Ramones – “Beat on the Brat” (and every other song)
The Dils – “Sound of the Rain”
The Ugly – “(Standing) in the Lane-way of Love”
Young Canadians – “I Hate Music”
The Modern Minds – “20 Years Old” (when I first heard it, I thought I would never be)
Teenage Head – “Picture My Face”
The Stooges – “Search and Destroy”
The Troggs – “Wild Thing”
New York Dolls – “Pills”
MC5 – “Kick Out the Jams”
Velvet Underground – “Rock and Roll”
Sham 69 – “That’s Life”
Slits – “Typical Girls”
The Rock and Roll Bitches (Canadian) – “The Welder Song”
The Undertones – “I Know a Girl”
The Moderenettes – “Teen City”
*I realize this is highly personal and my tastes lean more melodic than speed metal. Also some bands I just couldn’t put on even though I love them (like The Jam, Television, The Reziillos) because they lean too far in some way. Others are on, just because I cut my teeth on them. I am ready to be cross-examined if it pleases the punk court.
Artist in Conversation: Chris Cran and Bruce McCulloch
Friday, September 11, 6:30pm
$15/$10 AGA Members
In this special Artist in Conversation, renowned Alberta artist Chris Cran will be joined by actor, writer, comedian Bruce McCulloch to discuss art, ideas and the creative process, on the occasion of the opening of his survey exhibition, CHRIS CRAN, Sincerely Yours. The most comprehensive presentation of Chris Cran’s work to date, the exhibition examines Cran’s decades long exploration of painting, and his play with the genres of still-life, portraiture and landscape, and the interplay of representation and abstraction. This talk will provide visitors the opportunity to learn more about the ideas behind the work, directly from the artist, as provoked by Bruce McCulloch.
- See more at: http://www.youraga.ca/artist-in-conversation-chris-cran-and-bruce-mcculloch/#sthash.mSjm6BRK.dpuf