Presented by Rumble

Rumble’s Jam Night

May 18, 2024

Free with option to donate

Doors open at 7:00pm

Show starts at 7:30 pm

Location: Progress Lab Studio (1422 at 1422 William Street, Vancouver, BC)

Space is limited, so please RSVP by May 15th!

Free Registration Here

About the Event

A night of experimentation and fun!

From current artists in residence, to former Rumblers, to staff members – there’s a lot of creation happening this Spring at Rumble. We’ll be showcasing works in progress, enjoying some tunes, and sharing some bevies. Come hang out with us and be part of this jam night!

This event is FREE with an option to donate to Rumble Theatre.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 15th!

About the Performers


Jack Goodison, Hayley Sullivan, Thule van den Dam and Max Cohen come together as The Cords, playing the country folk music you crave in your core! They cord-ially (get it?) invite you to come and sing along to charming melodies and harrowing harmonies.







Nora Vision is a drag robot sent from the future to share a message with humanity…except she doesn’t know what it is. She’d like to invite you to a work-in-progress showing of “Waiting for Gal Gadot”, a science fiction drag satire. With support from Jiv and all of Rumble, Angelica Schwartz, and Queer Based Media.

There will be drag! Please cheer!






Anju Singh will be presenting and performing a series of sound art experiments in progress.








Brandon Wint is an Ontario-born poet, spoken word artist, educator and multi-disciplinary storyteller based in western Canada. For more than a decade, Brandon has been a sought-after touring performance poet, having shared his work all over Canada, and internationally at festivals and showcases in the United States, Australia, Jamaica, Latvia and Lithuania. Brandon is ever-grateful for the power of poetry as a spiritual technology and social force. He is devoted to using poetry as a tool for refining his sense of justice, love, and intimacy. Brandon Wint’s poems and essays have been published in The Ex Puritan, Event Magazine, Arc Poetry Magazine, and Black Writers Matter, among other places. Divine Animal (Write Bloody North, 2020) is his debut collection of poetry. His debut film, My Body Is A Poem/The World Makes With Me screened at DOXA Documentary Film Festival and Reelworld Film Festival in 2023.