A traditional Anglican choir in a church, in front of stained glass windows

Across the Pond

The Choir of the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer will be the visiting choir in residence at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, UK and are raising funds in advance of the tour.

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The Monument

It’s not often you get a chance to check out a local premiere of an award-winning work by a fresh new voice on the scene. Theatre of Consequence presents The Monument as its inaugural offering.

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7 Stories

If you’ve never heard of Sour Dog Theatre before, don’t worry. It’s a great time to get to know this emerging theatre company with its current show, 7 Stories.

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Free This Week

On a tight budget or just looking for something awesome to do? There’s always a plethora of free events taking place in Calgary. Just have a look at what’s on offer this week.

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JazzYYC Summer Festival

Jazz fans get ready! You are in for a treat as Calgary’s jazz society, JazzYYC, brings back this popular summer festival to Inglewood for a second year.

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Sled Island Pre-Party

Are you ready to Sled? Yes, we know that Sled Island doesn’t officially start until June 22, 2016, but this week you can get a head start at this free, outdoor show!

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ACAD's Show Off 2016

ACAD Show Off 2016

This annual juried exhibition showcases art and design work from across Alberta and has been inspiring students to consider pursuing an arts education for seven years.

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A conductor emphatically stands in front of an empty theatre

Symphony of a Thousand

The final concert of Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s 60th Anniversary Season, Symphony of a Thousand: Mahler Eight, is not only a huge milestone, its also a very fitting send off.

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Kids 4 Kids

Fleeing war, moving to a new country and trying to get resettled is something most of us will never have to face. But for a number of new Calgarians, that is reality.

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