Two pairs of improv-ers enter, using suggestions from the audience to create scenes on the spot — then that same audience decides who leaves and who stays onto the next round in Grindstone Theatre’s King of the Hill improv battle.
The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra comes correct with the classics as it presents an evening of Tchaikovsky and Mozart as part of the Winspear Centre’s ESO Classics. Conducted by Michael Stern, pianist Tony Siqi Yun makes his ESO debut.
Wine, spirit and beer makers from around the world join local restaurants and food purveyors at the Edmonton Convention Centre to bring you two of the most flavourful nights of the year. Check the website for priority, group and corporate ticket packages.
Too often, vanilla gets a bad rap. “Don’t be so vanilla!” people say. Well the Muttart Conservatory is bucking that trend with a vanilla-centric talk and tasting. Join the Orchid Species Preservation Society for an engaging seminar followed by a bold and beautiful vanilla-infused food tasting. Yum!
A fairy tale fit for the whole family. Alberta Ballet’s dazzling rendition of the classic fairy tale returns to the stage at the Jubilee Auditorium this month. Adults can enjoy a moving score and stunning technique, while kids might spot a familiar face or two in the performance’s final act.
Think you can beat the top score? On November 4 you can put your gaming skills to the test while raising money for the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation with the Extra Life Edmonton Game Day 24-hour gaming fundraiser at the West Edmonton Mall Ice Palace.
Fond of Feta? Absolutely adore asiago? Go gaga for gouda? Boy, do we have a festival for you. The Italian Centre hosts its inaugural Festival of Cheese with interactive food stations, beer and wine pairings and an international assortment of all things cheese.
We come together as a nation and a people to pay tribute to, and honour, those Canadians who fought and died in wars and conflicts throughout our history. Nationally, Canada remembers through the virtual war memorial and a nationally-broadcast memorial ceremony. Locally, community events will be held at monuments and in neighbourhoods across the city.
Edmonton’s Warm Hands, Warm Hearts fundraising run is back for its 10th year. With 20-kilometre, 10-kilometre and 5-kilometre racing options, anyone can help keep our vulnerable populations warm this winter.
Hadestown, winner of eight Tony awards, comes to Edmonton. Experience this celebrated musical by the acclaimed Anaïs Mitchell and Rachel Chavkin as it tells the story of King Hades and his wife Persephone.
Get ready for some sexual healing as Taboo’s annual adults-only showcase returns to the Edmonton Expo Centre. Featuring live entertainment, sexformative seminars and plenty of sultry shopping, this is one show that’s sure to satisfy.
Just because it’s a winter wonderland outside doesn’t mean we can’t have a block party! Edmonton’s 124 Street neighbourhood invites you out to its annual All Is Bright festival where you can enjoy mulled wine, immersive light installations, live music and great company.
How better to get in the holiday spirit than to be amazed by acrobatics, awe-struck by aerialists and scintillated by circus? Cirque Musica will deliver all that in droves as it offers up world-class circus artistry and holiday cheer at the Jubilee Auditorium.
Drive 2.5 kilometres under 1.5+ million bright lights, displays and animations in Magic of Lights at the RAD Torque Raceway. It’s an enchanted drive-thru your whole family can experience from the comfort (and warmth) of your car.
Holiday ha-has abound in this stagecraft rendition of Christmas comedy class, Elf. Join Buddy the Elf as he makes his way from the North Pole to Edmonton in search of his real father in an adventure that’s every bit as good as the blockbuster original.
These might not be the ninjas you’re thinking of, but they’re every bit as swift, agile and accomplished. The Canadian Ninja League brings lightning-fast reflexes to the Edmonton Expo Centre for the league’s national finals this month.
Edify’s Top 40 Under 40 turns 15! Join us for an inspiring evening celebration as we toast the class of 2023 and 15 alumni from the past decade and a half. Join us for Edify’s signature event, complete with Juno-award winning entertainment at the Winspear Centre.