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Kim Coates Brings Anarchy To Halifax To Raise Funds For Local Theatre
March 12, 2013
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Kim Coates is one of the stars of the hit TV series Sons of Anarchy playing the character Tig Trager.

He's also been in countless Hollywood movies (including Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbour, and The Client), Canadian movies like Goon, and TV shows (including CSI: Miami, Entourage, Smallville and Prison Break).

But before his success in films and television, he got started as an actor in Halifax's theatre scene, launching his career at the Neptune Theatre.

Well now, Kim's going back to Halifax to support another local theatre. On April 6, KAZAN Co-Op is bringing Kim to town for an "up close and personal" evening in support of the theatre.

The night will feature Kim in conversation with his friend Kathryn MacLellan, the Artistic Director at KAZAN. Tickets are $45 for general admission and $80 for VIP. Check out the details at the ETixNow site.

The event is at Spatz Theatre and Atrium on Trollope Street, and there's a post-show afterparty.

But we all know that after the afterparty is the after-afterparty, so if you're in the mood for more good times, stroll on over to the Carleton Music Bar and Grill. It's always a good time on a Saturday night (or any night, really).

Kim was in the red chair last season. Check out that interview below:


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George backstage with Kim Coates

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