Cooler days and longer nights can only mean one thing—it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy Calgary’s visual arts community. Here’s what is on our radar for October.
It’s 1943 and although the world is at war with Germany, Canadian co-pilots Adams and Davis are at war with each other. Enter to win tickets to DIY Theatre and Sage Theatre’s upcoming production.
Calgary’s Early Music Voices celebrates its 20th anniversary season with an afternoon of early baroque vocal and chamber music from Italy and beyond. Enter for your chance to win tickets.
A brand-new spin on this timeless classic with a decidedly western Canadian sensibility, experience Alberta Ballet’s world premiere production of Christopher Anderson’s The Sleeping Beauty.
From a gathering of Elders, these never-before heard stories of hope, resilience, and ancestry are the guiding force of Kiitistsinnoniks—join Making Treaty 7 for this world premiere production.
A hit at this year’s High Performance Rodeo, don’t miss your next chance to see this one-woman show created and performed by award-winning Calgary actress, Michelle Thrush.
A high-energy trans-Balkan musical extravaganza, head to Arts Commons this October to experience this fusion of rock and folk music from Goran Bregović.
The Canadian Guitar Quartet has toured extensively from one standing ovation to the next. The group has a reputation as one of the finest guitar ensembles in the world so don’t miss this unforgettable experience.
Taking its inspiration from the life of Sandra Perron, Canada’s first female infantry officer, this Remembrance musical examines the life of women in power and the sacrifices that must be made.