Picks of the Week – September 26, 2018

The last week of September is starting off Autumn with a bright and warm start, just right as the Fall entertainment picks heat up

Tasting Plates Vegetarian Edition

Veg: Tonight, join Vancouver Foodster’s Tasting Place Vegetarian Edition and explore some of the plant-based bites from around downtown.

Dog: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time opens the Arts Club Theatre Company’s season at Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage until October 7th.

Twisted: At The Arts Club Granville Island Stage, find out what happens when an imaginary friend overstays his welcome, in Mustard, playing until October 20th

Pop: Scottish synth-pop group Chvrches play a double header with back to back shows at the Commodore Ballroom on Thursday and Friday nights.

Never Still:
Shion Skye Carter
photo: Ben Didier

Dance: The Firehall Arts Centre’s 2018-2019 season opens with a unique new work, Never Still, running September 26 – 29.

Bard: Summer is over but the 2018 season of Bard on the Beach  amazing Beatles themed version of As You Like It, is so good it continues into Fall, closing on Friday

Missionary: Broadway Across Canada invites you to catch the multi-award winning Book of Mormon playing at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre until Sunday.

Les Belles Soeurs:
Melissa Oei, France Perras and Agnes Tong.
photo: David Cooper

Women: Gateway Theatre opens its 2018-2019 season with the 50th anniversary of a Canadian classic, Les Belles-soeurs, a story of 15 women in a raucous, funny and heartfelt romp

BBall: Rogers Arena welcomes the Toronto Raptors and Portland Trail Blazers in a NBA preseason game on Saturday night

Powwow: Kamloopa , playing at The Cultch Historic Theatre until October 6th is a high energy Indigenous matriarchal story following two urban Indigenous sisters and a lawless trickster, on a roadtrip to the West Coast’s largest Powwow.

Fever: The Vancouver Arts Gallery wraps up its summer exhibitions Cabin Fever; a cultural, historic and artistic look at the cabin of North America, it’s your last chance to come inside the rustic world before it closes on Sunday

I’m With Her photo: Shervin Lainez

Chan: The folk supergroup, I’m With Her, brings their first Canadian performance to the Chan Centre for Performing Arts at UBC on Sunday night.

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