Are you ready to check out some amazing and innovative performative art? Alberta’s only biennial festival celebrating the form returns to Calgary this week for its eighth edition.
Alligator pie, alligator pie, If I don’t get some I think I’m gonna die… This original Soulpepper production brings the celebrated children’s poems of Dennis Lee to vibrant life.
Celebrate an exciting new season of exhibitions at Glenbow with a weekend of art parties, talks and sleepovers. It’s a great time to head to the museum with three days of special programming.
Join the Quickdraw Animation Society for a screening of Torrey Pines, a queer punk coming-of-age tale from director Clyde Petersen, based on a true story and played alongside a live musical score.
Calgary Cinematheque’s upcoming screening will certainly stay with you. Often described as a movie about environmental illness, Safe looks at the alienation of one suburban housewife.
From performances to readings to markets, there really is a little taste of everything this week. And with Fluid Festival and M:ST there’s lots to check out for free. Here’s what’s on our calendar.
There’s one ring to rule them all and only one man who can perform the entire Lord of the Rings adventure in one night. Join Charles Ross on this madcap journey.
Hitting the stage at Alberta Theatre Projects comes the world premiere production about a mysterious chocolate factory. No. Not that one. This one is much more darkly delicious.
From the opening credit scroll to the Ewok celebrations, get ready to go on a breakneck journey with Canadian actor Charles Ross. This solo show needs to be seen to believe.