5 Things To Do This Week: March 20 to 24
A tribute to Prince and over 400 kinds of beer.
March 15, 2017
On March 23 to 25, musician Tanika Charles comes to The Club at the Citadel Theatre. Charles has risen from an emerging solo artist to a veteran soul and R&B performer, and will be thrilling the audience with songs from her 2016 debut LP release, Soul Run.
The Club, Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Ave., 780-425-1820, citadeltheatre.com
Join the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, guest conductor Raymond Baril, and a full rock band playing some of Prince’s greatest hits, from “Purple Rain” to “Little Red Corvette” to “1999.” You can catch the production on March 20 and 21.
Winspear Centre, 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square, 780-428-1414, winspearcentre.com
The Global Education Program, University of Alberta International and the Canadian International Council Edmonton is screening the award-winning environmental documentary, The Age of Consequences, on March 22. The documentary looks at human conflict and instability caused by climate change, and will be followed by a short panel discussion featuring Dr. Debra Davidson and Dr. Ian Urquhart.
Telus Centre, 11104 87 Ave., globaled.ualberta.ca
Tumble down the rabbit hole and enjoy Edmund Strip’s critically lauded production of Alice in Wonderland. Follow Carroll’s heroine into a world of clog dancing, flowers coming to late, and more, as she weaves through a Wonderland complete with colorful sets and costumes. Catch the show on March 24 or 25.
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Ave., 780-427-2760, albertaballet50.com
Edmonton International Beerfest returns to the Shaw Conference Centre on March 24 and 25 for two days of beer-mania. With over 200 beers available for tasting, a new line-up of entertainment, and some of Edmonton’s most popular establishments represented, you’re sure to find a brew to peak your interest.
Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave., internationalbeerfest.com
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