Each summer, Calgary’s festival scene explodes with hundreds of local and international artists, lively outdoor events and tons of family-friendly fun.
It’s your year to join—that’s the thought behind this year’s Calgary Pride Festival. With the aim of spurring diversity, Calgary Pride is throwing open its arms and welcoming all.
Back off Mother Nature! Don’t you know summer isn’t over yet? It’s another week and there’s still tons of free events to check out. Here’s what we’re heading to this week.
Sizzle and Spark Fandango have the perfect life—a big house, beautiful yard and a white picket fence. But not the 2.5 children, so they strike a nefarious deal to have it all.
Hot on the heels of its successful inaugural production earlier this summer, Theatre of Consequence is back with Brilliant Traces by Cindy Lou Johnson.
When a group of teenagers do something really bad, they panic and cover the whole thing up, uniting them and bringing harmony to their once fractious lives.
It’s time for Calgary’s most explosive festival! GlobalFest will once again be lighting up the skies and celebrating our city’s cultural communities, August 18 to 27, 2016.
Summer might be winding down but the chances to get out and see some amazing, free events certainly aren’t. In fact, there are so many to check out, our calendar is beyond full!
Award-winning and formerly imprisoned journalist Mohamed Fahmy is in Calgary this week to take part in the 2016 GlobalFest Human Rights Forum.