Even through the current temperatures don’t feel like it, spring is just one month away, let’s see if the picks of the week can keep us warm in the meantime
Pizza: Tonight, find some of Vancouver’s best pizzas on Vancouver Foodster’s 3rd Pizza Palooza, a roaming exploration of the city’s pizzas and flatbreads.
Extended: At Fly Over Canada the Lunar New Year double-bill of Flight of the Dragon, along with the regular Fly Over Canada experience, now held over until February 25th.
Moon: The Canadian Classic play, Salt-Water Moon, comes to the Gateway Theatre from February 15 – 24
Ring: Travel The Road To Wrestlemania with the WWE as they set up the ring in Rogers Arena on Friday night
R&B: Singer/Songwriter Miguel brings some soul to the PNE Forum on Saturday night
Rain: 7 Tyrants Theatre starts their 10th Anniversary season with A Steady Rain at the Penthouse Studio Theatre until March 3rd.
Theatre: The Arts Club has a pair of shows on stage, experience the backstage antics of Jitters on at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage until February 25 and the Tony award winning Fun Home at Granville Island Stage running until March 10.
Dance: The Firehall Arts Centre welcomes the movements of From Where We Stand: A Share Evening Of Dance, two individual performances unnecessary and I Can’t Remember The Words For I Can’t Remember
Rock: German rock group at Tokio Hotel takes the Vogue Stage on Saturday night
Clowning: Taking inspiration from classic comedic works from Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, Pss Pss by Compagnia Baccalà runs until March 4th at The Cultch York Theatre.
Exhibition: The Vancouver Art Gallery celebrates the opening of Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg with a birthday bash, preview, dinner and party, the day before the opening of the Japanese artist’s first Canadian retrospective.
Mix: DanceHouse presents the Toronto Dance Theatre 50th Anniversary performance House Mix at the Vancouver Playhouse on Friday and Saturday