5 Things To Do: May 27 to 31

This week has festivals, laughs and sizzling steak.

A night of laughs

Comedic acting legend John Cleese is bringing his Why There Is No Hope tour to Edmonton on May 27. It is sure to be a hilarious evening!

Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Ave., 780-427-2760, jubileeauditorium.com

A festival for the kids

Visit St. Albert for the International Children’s Festival of the Arts. Beginning May 28, professional artists from around the world come to celebrate the arts at the extravagant six-day festival.

St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street, 780-459-1542, stalbert.ca/exp/childfest

Get grilling

Learn some steak seasoning tricks for summer,  including an ultra-flavourful jerk flank steak, at this professionally-taught class on May 30.

ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen, 10035 – 105 Street, 780-420-7282, atcoblueflamekitchen.com

Kick off this year’s NextFest

The “unapologetically unique and exceptionally experimental” NextFest brings its creative voice to nine venues around the city, over 11 days, starting May 30.

Various locations, nextfest.org

Beer Festival

End off May at the Edmonton Craft Beer Festival. Running May 31 and June 1, this is the perfect event for all beer enthusiasts.

Edmonton EXPO Centre, 7515 118 Ave, 780-471-7377, edmontonexpocentre.com

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