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Arts & Performing Arts Culture, Heritage & Arts

You know that feeling that makes your heart swell when the orchestra hits a sweet, sad note? Or when contemplating an artistic masterpiece, the humbling sense that you're in the presence of greatness? Or the terror you feel for the protagonist being stalked onstage? Savor these deliciously extreme emotions when you immerse yourself in the local arts and performing arts scene. Exhibitions and live performances are richly diverse, from contemporary to timeless classics, at indoor and outdoor venues alike. Browse the art galleries and studios, take in a play or spend the evening at the symphony, the opera or the ballet. The artist in you will rejoice.
Francis Winspear Centre for Music
Francis Winspear Centre for Music

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Kaleidoscope Theatre

Drumheller, Alberta

Kaleidoscope Theatre is Drumheller's Community Theatre and everyone from front of house to backstage and behind-the-scenes are volunteers. Show your support for local talent and be ready for an evening of fun entertainment.

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L'UniTheatre

Edmonton, Alberta

Alberta's only professional Francophone theatre company, L’UniThéâtre, formed in 1992. L’UniThéâtre’s mandate is to contribute to the development of the francophone community and the promotion of the French language and French-language cultural expressions in Edmonton, Alberta and throughout Canada through activities related to the theatrical art form, including professional theatre, community theatre, theatre for young audiences, as well as training and development activities. L’UniThéâtre presents four professional productions a year including a theatre for young audiences tour that is performed in schools across Alberta and British Columbia.

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Early Music Voices Concert Series

Calgary, Alberta

The Early Music Voices Concert Society offers a varied and interesting line-up of performers who specialize in medieval, renaissance and baroque repertoire. Our 4-concert season includes national and international touring groups as well as local artists. Each year the series aims to present touring early music groups, while also being committed to presenting local and regional performers, and creating joint projects with visiting artists. In essence the series is dedicated to presenting music from Bach's time and before in a stylish, historically informed way.

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Eat to the Beat in the East Village - Calgary Food Tours

Calgary's East Village is booming with great food, music and history. Meet-up at Charbar in the Simmons Building before walking the few short blocks to Studio Bell at National Music Centre. Use promo code Travel Alberta for a 10% discount.

Expires: 2017-09-11
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Show Your Tickets

Want to enjoy the comforts of home after attending a major Edmonton event? After your event, relax in style and comfort in a suite of your choice. Campus Tower is 2 blocks from the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium and minutes from Whyte Avenue, downtown Edmonton and the Ice District.

Expires: 2017-06-01
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Edmonton Attractions Pass

Take advantage of Edmonton's attractions with a U-Pick Pass. The Edmonton Attractions Pass gives you access to any 4 out of 15 of the region's most visited attractions for one low price. Or, choose to upgrade to the Ultimate Pass for admission to all 15 attractions.

Expires: 2017-06-06
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The Drowning Girls

Calgary, Alberta
2017-05-14 to 2017-06-11 MST

By Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson & Daniela Vlaskalic. Directed by Blake Brooker & Staged by Denise Clarke. Bessie. Alice. Margaret. All three women thought George Joseph Smith was the man of their dreams. Now all three are dead. The Drowning Girls is a lyrical exploration of a trio of murdered wives who gather evidence against their murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths. One Yellow Rabbit Co-Founders Blake Brooker and Denise Clarke lead an incredible creative team in bringing this macabre fantasia to the Vertigo stage.

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Brooks Medieval Faire

Brooks, Alberta
2017-08-12 to 2017-08-13 MST

A family friendly, fun and educational weekend featuring International Invitational Jousting Tournament - the largest in North America, a Living Village made up of various periods and cultures, Artisan Marketplace, Sword Fighting, Games of Skill and Chance, Highland Dance Competition, Wandering Entertainers and a lot more.

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Kitscoty Community Dinner Theatre

Kitscoty, Alberta
2017-03-31 to 2017-03-31 MST | Show All Dates

Kitscoty Community Dinner Theatre presents "Take Your Medicine" by Felicia Metcalfe. The cast is working hard to bring you another fantastic show!Join our group and GET YOUR TICKETS. Tickets include great entertainment and a wonderful meal! Shows: Friday, March 31st, Saturday, April 1st, Friday, April 7th, Saturday April 8th. Tickets go on sale at the Kitscoty Hall on February 28th at 7:00 p.m. and then can be purchased at Mason Agencies starting March 1st, 2017, or by phone.

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