5 Things To Do: November 19 to 23
The Grey Cup kick off, jazz and more.
November 21, 2018
The biggest party of the year kicks off on Wednesday, November 21, on Jasper Avenue between 99 and 96 Streets. Come show Canadians from coast to coast that Edmonton knows how to party and participate in all the festivities taking place.
Jasper Avenue, Shaw Conference Centre and The Westin Hotel, greycupfestival.ca
The story focuses on the Mary, the bookish, often overlooked middle child as she navigates a potential romance with Mr. Darcy's smart but awkward cousin, Arthur. Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley runs until December 9.
Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Ave., 780-425-1820, citadeltheatre.com
In a time where information on sexual health is withheld from her, Sophie is forced to exist in a society that refuses to acknowledge her as a person with desire, lust and passion. What a Young Wife Ought to Know is an unflinching love story of a young working class woman in Ottawa, inspired by true stories of young women during the birth control movement in the early 20th century. The production runs until December 2.
Theatre Network — live at the Roxy, 8529 Gateway Boulevard, 780-453-2440, theatrenetwork.ca
With cannabis being legal in Canada, TELUS World of Science is leading the conversation about legalization and its impact on Edmontonians. Science on Tap: Talking Cannabis will cover cannabis legalization from the perspectives of policing, social impacts and science on November 20.
The Billiard Club, 10505 82 Ave, telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/science-tap
Cafe Blackbird is excited to welcome Edmonton Opera alum and jazz headliner Randall MacDonald back to the stage on November 23.
Cafe Blackbird, 9640 142 St NW., 9797 Jasper Ave., 780-439-5437, cafeblackbird.ca