Performers wrestle with an unwieldy creation.

Winter Festival Guide 2017

It might be winter but that doesn’t mean we need to resign ourselves to the snow and the dark. Calgary’s festivals move indoors this season with these amazing offerings.

Poster for Fantastical

Win Tickets to Fantastical

Spoil yourself and enjoy a display of fantastical creations by local artists in a beautiful space with beautiful people and fantastic live music from Lisa Anderson and Laura Halvorsen.

An image of a man in a taxi with a shadowy figure lurking nearby

Win Tickets to Crime Does Not Pay

Recognized internationally for work that is incisive and darkly funny, Calgarians David Rhymer and Kris Demeanor spin true crime into this new musical.

Two contemporary dancers on stage

Uje(ci) – Framed

Calgary’s W&M Physical Theatre and Poland’s M7 Productions join forces to present the Canadian premiere of this new contemporary dance and physical theatre work.

A man sits huddled on an open ship deck

Fire at Sea

A masterly work of documentary filmmaking and a timely call for urgent action, March’s Doc Soup offering is a poignant look at the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa.

Poster for The Circle on March 1, 2017

Win Tickets to The Circle

The Circle honours International Womens’ Day with classic cover tunes by Joni Mitchell plus great original songs from Shannon Magee, Laurie Anne Fuhr, and host Joanna Drummond.