Kisapmata, a Tagalog word meaning “blink of an eye” that’s also the name of a song by Filipino band Rivermaya, inspired this play about a love story between two Filipino women. The show runs Jan. 30 to Feb. 18.
From Feb. 2 to 19, you can brighten up your winter nights at this annual festival that fills Calgary’s downtown core with live music and dance performances, light installations, markets and culture.
Plan Ahead: Get Your Tickets for the Calgary Expo
Calling all fans of sci-fi, superheroes, cosplay, comics, anime, gaming and cult TV shows: Get your tickets now for Calgary Expo 2024, which runs April 25 to 28 (then start planning your outfit for the parade).
Now or Never: See the National Ballet of Ukraine
One of the world’s most renowned ballet companies concludes its Canadian tour on Feb. 11 with a performance at the Jack Singer Concert Hall at Arts Commons.
First Thursdays at Contemporary Calgary means free admission on Feb. 1, from 5 to 9 p.m., to see current show Three Dimensions, a trio of multimedia installations.