Feb 11


Tristan and Isolde is a legend of tragedy and of love. Richard Maxwell has taken this legend and put it under a contemporary lens in Isolde, presented by Theatre Junction Grand. Maxwell spins the story into a modern tale of an artistic architect Massimo (Gary Wilmes) who is having an affair with Isolde (Tory Vazquez) while designing her dream house for her and her husband Patrick (Jim Fletcher). [click to continue…]

Feb 11


Bring your family downtown this February 15th for Family Day! There are some interesting family oriented events happening downtown this weekend, so why not come by. Best of all, the events and street parking is FREE! Holiday rates will be in effect on Monday in parking lots and parkades, which makes a downtown trip an affordable family adventure! [click to continue…]

Feb 09


Keep your ears open if you’re downtown on Thursday, February 11th as Freak Motif is bringing the Mardi Gras vibe to Calgary! With the support of OutLoudYYC, the Freaks are taking over the streets of downtown, parading with full horn-power and percussion juice. [click to continue…]

Feb 08


Isolde at Theatre Junction – Feb 10 – 13, 2016

Theatre Junction is proud to present ISOLDE direct from New York City on February 10, 11, 12 and 13th. Get your tickets now!

Isolde, a famous actress who once inspired passion and worship, is foundering. She is unable to remember the lines that fueled her greatest roles. Additionally, Isolde is losing her past and all her memories. In an attempt to escape her fate, Isolde decides to create her dream house – a fortress to protect her fragility, a project that her wealthy, down-to-earth contractor husband, Patrick, encourages to distract her. The project is soon jeopardized, when Isolde and her husband hire Massimo, an award-winning architect. [click to continue…]

Feb 08


I especially enjoy going to events that have a fundraising component and supporting organizations that are doing important and worthwhile things in our city – helping to enrich our culture, being one of them, is why I’ve been attending Glenbow Museum’s Schmancy for the past few years. But I would be fibbing if I didn’t admit to also being drawn to said events thanks to the amazing speakers that they’ve brought in over the years, and this year none other than one of my favourite fashionistas, Jeanne Beker! [click to continue…]

Feb 04


After first appearing on stage in 1997 as Ground Zero’s first show, Stephen Massicotte’s The Boy’s Own Jedi Handbook is back for another round from February 11 – 21, 2016 at The Studio at Vertigo Theatre.

A not so long time ago in a theatre not so far away came a film that rocked the galaxy changing both cinema and schoolyards forever. This film was of course George Lucas’ first installment of Star Wars. [click to continue…]

Feb 04


The month of love is here and Valentine’s/Galentine’s/Palentine’s Day is just around the corner. Time to pick up some cute and thoughtful gifts for your love, your BFF or yourself. I’ve gone the traditional route this year with great gift ideas in the following categories: Spa Products, Desserts, Fresh Flowers, Thoughtful Cards, Wine + Bubbly and of course, Lingerie. I have rounded up six fabulous shops in downtown Calgary that will be sure to put a smile on your beau’s face. [click to continue…]

Feb 03


Fire Exit Theatre’s Artistic Director Val Lieske heard about Ingrid de Sanctis from a mutual friend and he said that Ingrid was the American version of Lieske. “She used to work in a large church and I work in a church, she has a theatre company and I have a theatre company, she teaches at the University and I teach at a University and she has a play about cancer and I have a play about cancer,” Lieske explains. And so Lieske contacted de Sanctis and now Fire Exit Theatre is presenting Sarah and the Dinosaur.  [click to continue…]

Feb 03


The day of love is coming soon! Landing on a weekend this year, the weekend of February 14th is your chance to spend some time with the one you love in Downtown Calgary. Here’s a list of some great downtown valentines day events [click to continue…]