Picks of the Week – July 26, 2017

Where does the time go? July is already coming to a close but never fear there’s plenty of fun in these picks of the week…

Kick off: The 2017 Downtown Pride Premiere brings a taste of things to come with entertainment, Queens, food trucks, games and more at Robson Square, today from 3pm – 10pm

Mars: Not the planet but the popstar Bruno Mars comes to Rogers Arena for two nights, Wednesday and Thursday

Drum Is Calling Festival

Drum: Celebrate Indigenous Arts and Culture at the Drum Is Calling Festival, Free at Larwill Park until July 29th

Highschool: See the gritty and intense Girls! Girls! Girls! presented by Excavation Theatre at Havana Theatre  before it closes July 29th

Games: Head to Jim Deva Plaza on Davie for West End for some fun and play on West End Games Night on Thursday

Mary & Bert on a Jolly Holiday
photo: Tim Matheson

Stars: Enjoy the evening in Stanley Park at Theatre Under The Stars this season presenting Mary Poppins and The Drowsey Chaperone on alternating evenings.

KidFree:  Leave the kids at home and head to Playland, where Friday’s in July are Adults-Only. Spend your evening with a drink in hand as you wander the park surrounding by those 19+ only

Brit: Singer-Songwriter,  and sometime GoT guest, Ed Sheeran comes to Rogers Arena for a concert on Friday night

Arts: The Arts Club Theatre Company   season comes to a close this weekend when Bittergirl The Musical closes July 29th at Granville Island Stage

Sissy: The Odyssey gets Pride off to an early start with Sissy Boy: Pride! featuring the best of the 70s, 80s & 90s on Friday night

Shakespeare:  Bard on the Beach is under the tents at Vanier Park, Much Ado About Nothing and The Winter’s Tale are on the BMO Mainstage with The Merchant of Venice and Two Gentlemen of Verona in previews on the Howard Family Stage

Mystery: Join Joel, Jonah, Crow, Tom Servo and Gyspy as they Watch out for Snakes! on Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Live at Orpheum Theatre on Sunday

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