The late October is upon us, the picks of the week are filling with more and more hauntingly good fun.
Tastes: Tonight, explore the new flavours of Chinatown as Tasting Plates explores the historic neighbourhood.
Pop: Hard to believe but the trio of brothers, Hanson, are celebrating their 25th Anniversary with the Middle Of Nowhere Tour stopping at The Vogue Theatre on Wednesday
Books: The 30th Annual Vancouver International Writer’s Festival is now underway on Granville Island until October 22nd.
Beer: Raise your stein and cheer as #dasoriginal Oktoberfest continues for a final weekend at Vancouver Alpen Club.
Lookout: Elevate your experience with Vancouver Heritage Foundation takes at The Lookout at Harbour Centre’s Perspectives series of Talks, October 19th is Historic Crime: Early Forensic Investigations
Jedi: Laugh yourself to another world at Vancouver Theatresports League with Improv Wars: The Laugh Jedi, sharing the Improv Centre stage until November 18.
Rail: There’s an Alien Invasion going on in Stanley Park at the 2017 Ghost Train, running until October 31st
Broom: Hops on your broom and pick up your diploma from Broomelda’s academy at Fly Over Canada until Halloween
Music: Friday night, the Gateway Theatre 2017-18 season opens with A Little Night Music, running until October 21st.
Benefit: The final David Foster Miracle Gala and Concert brings a star studded roster to the stage at Rogers Arena on Saturday
Pigskin: The BC Lions take the field at BC Place to host Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday evening
Scene: Saturday night, Broken Social Scene play the Commodore Ballroom
Stage: The Arts Club Theatre Company sets the table for Thanks For Giving running at the Granville Island Stage until November 4th and King Charles III starts in previews this week at Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage
Fright: The 2017 Fright Night at Playland spooks the patrons with houses of horror and thrilling rides until Halloween