Fans of American independent cinema of the 1990s will certainly want to check out this special screening of Gus Van Sant’s breakthrough indie sleeper, My Own Private Idaho.
Word nerds, book lovers, and fans of all things literary, are you ready to dive into Calgary’s 10-day festival dedicated to readers? Wordfest returns with readings, workshops, panel discussions and more.
Something monstrous is bubbling up at the new waterpark and it’s up to Tina to figure it out before it’s too late. Theatre BSMT kicks off its new horror-focused mandate with this Canadian premiere.
Admit it. You know the songs. In fact, many people know all the words to the songs featured in the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s upcoming show, Disney in Concert: Tale As Old As Time.
Three great Calgary acts—36?, Lexi Strate, and The Northern Beauties—are gearing up to head to BreakOut West in Regina and you can send them off in style thanks to Music Calgary.
Regarded as one of the essential American independent films of the 1990s, this romantic comedy is full of Hal Harley’s biting wit. Join Calgary Cinematheque for this rare screening.
Kicking off a new exhibition, the National Music Centre welcomes Tegan and Sara for the latest live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series and you can get tickets for free.
It’s a new month and there’s certainly a nip in the air, but that’s not going to stop all the great, free arts programming. This week you can check out a classical sitar concert, film screenings and more.
Spiritus Chamber Choir’s kicks off its 21st season with this collaborative concert featuring Calgary’s EnChor Chamber Choir and the Amici String Program.