Actualizing Creators as Voices of a Vibrant Community

Larrikin Entertainment, in association with Atomic Vaudeville, is proud to announce the world premiere of WYRD, a brand new musical satire directed by our very own Britt Small, the original co-director & co-producer of Ride The Cyclone…. read more

Atomic Vaudeville is refreshing the logo. Britt Small, one of our directors and designer of the new logo commented: 

“I have always been inspired by rock and metal band logos – Metallica, Triumph, Spinal Tap. This logo is a direct descendant of Van Halen’s iconic logo.  I love the electric energy of the lettering and the feeling that you’re in for an explosive good time. I also added the red circle as a nod to the classic red clown nose which is the basis for much of our work – physical, risky and magic.”


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Chelsea, Danny and Ellowyn at our ATOMIC LAB

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Bob W. (Clown School)

“I’m a standup comic who tried clown school because I’m working to improve my stage presence.  At clown school I learned that listening to the audience leads you to humour, and that connecting with the audience helps you find the funny in a way you wouldn’t have found on your own. Clown school was plenty of fun — interesting people, challenging exercises, and a whole weekend of performance. Plus you get to say “I’m sorry, I can’t come to your baby shower this weekend, I have clown school.”

Brett M. (Clown School)

“Britt is an exceptional teacher. She is so experienced and knowledgeable in her art form, and teaches it in such an accessible and enjoyable way. Britt creates an incredibly safe feeling in her workshop, you leave surprised at just how open and vulnerable you were able to be in a short amount of time. And besides all that.. clowning offers a creative space to explore yourself, support each other, and laugh a lot!”

Elowynn R. (Movement Lab)

“The atomic vaudeville experimental sessions were just what I needed, each session was unique in that it offered an opportunity to explore collaboratively with others, without a hard structural component. This allowed for a depth of interconnectivity via body movement and imagination that was very freeing for oneself where the invitation for creative inspiration flowed easily”.

ATOMIC VAUDEVILLE respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.

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We clear space to cultivate and nurture artistic voices as catalysts for deep encounters with ourselves and others. This unlocks connection and ignites curiosity to animate public spirit.

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