Thanksgiving is going to look a little different this year as we trade grand family gatherings for intimate dinners, and events. There’s still opportunity for plenty of entertainment in the picks of the week.
Films:The 39th Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) comes to a close today, after more than 100 feature films and events over the last weeks.
Laughs: Presentation House Theatre’s 5th annual funny fundraiser of Stand-up Comedy Nights featuring CBC radios The Debaters, continues October 7 & 8.
Stage: The first of The Arts Club Theatre Company’s Fall Theatre Trio of plays, No Child, takes to the stage opening tomorrow at the Newmont Stage (formerly Goldcorp Stage) at the BMO Theatre Centre, until November 8th
Art: Capturing the feelings of a society who has been stuck at home for months, view Vancouver artist David Wilson’s latest exhibition “Close to Home“, from October 1 to 22 at Kurbatoff Gallery.
Fringe: The reimagined Vancouver Fringe Festival continues with events taking place through the autumn.
Gallery: This is the last week for the Burrard Arts Foundation latest free art exhibitions featuring abstract painter Russna Kaur, realist portraitist Cara Guri as well as Olivia di Liberto.
Scare: Slayland at PNE is a newly adapted walk-thru experience sure to scare up a good time, with ghosts, ghouls and 20 thrill rides from October 9 – 31
Streaming: UPROOTED, presented by Some Assembly Theatre Company and RHYTAG is a digitally adapted theatre production now streaming, that stems from conversations with over one hundred diverse youth who are anxious about climate change