5 Things To Do This Week: January 29 to February 2
Festivals, productions, performances and more.
January 29, 2018
Three-time Grammy Award winner Maria Schneider leads the Edmonton Jazz Orchestra in an evening of big band hits. This is Maria’s first time in concert in Edmonton, and she will be performing at MacEwan University’s new Triffo Theatre on January 31.
Triffo Theatre — Allard Hall, 11104 104 Ave., yeglive.ca
In Love and Information, presented by MacEwan University, playwright Caryl Churchill takes audiences through a kaleidoscope of over 100 characters, played by 22 actors. It’s one you won’t want to miss — it runs January 31 to February 10.
Allard Hall, 11104 104 Ave., 780-420-1757, tixonthesquare.ca
Alberta Aboriginal Performing Arts presents the 9th Annual Rubaboo Festival, running from January 31 to February 4. This year’s line-up includes Bears, Minosis Gathers Hope, pîkiskwe – speak and Our People Will Be Healed.
Combine your love of yoga with your love of beer on February 1 at the Ritchie Market. Blind Enthusiasm Brewing Company and Yoga Within are collaborating to create a unique yoga class.
Ritchie Market Event Space, 9570 76 Ave., yogawithin.ca
The Make It Awkward Inclusivity Summit is a unique event that brings together leaders championing inclusivity, diversity and love. There will be three immersive days of programming from February 1 to 3 designed to turn Canadians into ambassadors of change.
The Westin Edmonton, 10135 100 St., miasummit.com