Week 45. Things Happening Around Town! November 3-9 2014

    Liberation Days. Max Bell Theatre. Sunday, November 9, 2014. Prices vary

    After years of terror and suffering under German occupation in WWII, the Netherlands has been liberated by Canadian forces. In the days that follow, liberation doesn’t always seem like freedom. A young Dutch woman and a Canadian soldier create a new world together as a community discovers what remains of their old lives, and what’s been lost forever.

    Western Lights Artists Group Annual Fall Showcase. Suncor Energy Centre. Monday, November 3, 2014. Runs until Friday, November 7, 2014.Free 

    Join the Western Lights Artists Group featuring Master Artists Jonn Einerssen, Darren Haley, Brent Heighton, Loretta Kyle, Richard S. McDiarmid and Vance Theoret November 3 – November 7, 2014 in Calgary at the the Suncor Energy Centre Atrium Area. Private reception Wednesday November 5, 5:00pm – 8:00pm entertainment by Martin Antonini. For more information visit www.wlag.net or telephone 403.703.5078

     

    Milestone Films Spotlight Series: My Brother’s Wedding. Theatre Junction GRAND. Monday, November 3, 2014. $10, Members/Seniors/Students; $12, General

    Milestone distributors was started in 1990 by Amy Heller and Dennis Doros out of their New York City one-room apartment and has since received multiple awards and international recognition for releasing classic cinema masterpieces, ground breaking documentaries and American independent features. Join Calgary Cinematheque for a selection of their best releases:

    MY BROTHER’S WEDDING | Dir. Charles Burnett | 1983 | Digital
    November 3 @ 7pm Theatre Junction Grand

    The lesser-known follow up film to Burnett’s groundbreaking “Killer of Sheep”, My Brother’s Wedding is a tragic comedy that takes place in South Central Los Angeles. The story focuses on a young man who hasn’t made much of his life as of yet, and at a crucial point in his life, he is unable to make the proper decision, a sober decision, a moral decision. He has a distinct romantic notion about life in the ghetto and yet he is given the task of being his brother’s keeper; he feels rather than sees, and as a consequence his capacity for judging things off in the distance is limited.

     

    Casks For A Cause. 1312 12 Ave SW. Wednesday, November 5, 2014. 18+ Only $35

    13 breweries will be bringing unique casks of beer to the Pig & Duke Pub. Tickets are now on sale for this event that will be supporting giveamile.org as our cause.

     

     

    The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. Rosebud Theatre Box Office 1-800-267-7553. Friday, November 7, 2014. Adult / Senior Tickets range from $61.49 to $74.49 plus GST (includes meal)

    Canadian Premiere of the Lavish Royal Shakespeare Company Musical Unlock the adventure. Join four heroic young adventurers as Lucy and her siblings tumble through a magical wardrobe into the mysterious land of Narnia, where an evil queen has enslaved a country of talking beasts in never-ending winter. Joining forces with the ferocious Aslan, king of the beasts, will the children free Narnia and reign as its rightful kings and queens? With magic on the move, anything could happen. The Canadian Premiere of the lavish musical production, this beloved classic is a Christmas delight for the entire family.

     

    Lock Into Paris – Holt Renfrew Exclusive. Devonian Gardens. Friday, November 7, 2014

    A fashionable way to support your CPO! Hosted by the style guys, Jason Krell and Aly Velji, this Holt Renfrew exclusive fashion show features the finest Parisian haute couture. French poodles, Calgary’s top models from The NOBLES, and our very own Resident Conductor Adam Johnson will grace the runway! The fashions you’ll see on the runway are styled by the Styleista duo, Brenna Hardy & Phaedra Godchild. VIP Reception and Fashion Show: 7pm-11pm – $275 Fashion Show and Post Party: 8pm-11pm – $175 Standing room: 8pm-11pm – $100 What you’ll also experience: – Never heard before music compilations exclusively created for fashion show by the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s Assistant Concertmaster Donovan Seidle (Resident Composer for GlobalFest). – A chance to win this year’s hottest jewellery from CHANEL – a lock Necklace and earrings donated by The Brussa Bravo! Legacy Program.

     

    “Whatcha Got, Calgary?” Second Showing. Globe Cinema. Friday, November 7, 2014. Early Bird Tickets: $7 After Oct. 25: $10

    “Whatcha Got, Calgary?” is Calgary’s first film directed by Calgary. A feature-length anthology, it features 20 different short films by 20 different local directors, with themes ranging from “Cowboys” to “Love”. All proceeds from the door will be donated to the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter. The film will screen for the second time at the Globe Cinema, having sold out the theatre on it’s first showing.

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