From the Fill the Hutch Charity Pop Up to A Christmas Carol, here’s what’s up this week in YYC.
1. Fill the Hutch Charity Pop Up
November 27th from 5pm-9pm
Downtown Pop-Up Space, 795 1 Ave SW
This Giving Tuesday, come support Hutch Kitchen in an event where they give back to the Calgary Drop-In Centre. They’ll be selling different packages of brand new Hutch kitchenware that will be used to furnish the kitchens of Centre 4800 Calgary, a new, to-be-opened addition to the Drop-in Centre’s affordable housing program. Bring home some quality products while doing some good in the ‘hood.
2. Zorro: Family Code
November 27th-December 30th at Various Times
Martha Cohen Theatre, Arts Commons, 205 8 Ave SE
Starting this Tuesday, Alberta Theatre Projects’ will be featuring Zorro: Family Code on stage at the Martha Cohen Theatre. The story continues when Zorro’s arch nemesis, Capitán Juan Ramon, escapes prison and flees to a tiny Spanish town. Zorro chases him down – ready to serve justice once and for all, but along the way, comes across a mysterious swashbuckler who also calls themselves “Zorro.”
3. 90s + 00s Pop Culture Trivia
November 28th from 7pm-9pm
WURST, 2437 4 St SW
Calling all the 90s kids – Join us for the comeback of our 90s + 00s Pop Culture themed trivia. Whether you grew up collecting Big Shiny Tunes or Now!, watching Fresh Prince or Saved by the Bell, putting Furby’s and Pogs on your Christmas wishlists, or following terrible trends like frosting your tips or wearing butterfly clips… we’ve got the perfect line-up of themes to take you back to the good ol’ days. Your ticket includes a chance to win some Date Night custom themed prizing & from Wurst.
4. The Spirits of Christmas
November 29th from 7pm-9pm
Burwood Distillery, 4127 6 St NE
Round up your squad and bring them to Burwood Distillery for this festive, seven-course, chef-inspired tasting dinner. Burwood will be showcasing the unique spirits used within the distillery in various fashions. A collaboration between Chef Matthew and mixologist London, this is a dinner not to be missed.
5. A Christmas Carol
November 29th-December 23rd at Various Times
Max Bell Theatre, Arts Commons, 220 9 Ave SE
Keep the holiday tradition alive by coming to see the 32nd annual telling of Theatre Calgary’s A Christmas Carol at the Max Bell Theatre. Attendees will see the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future as they guide Ebenezer Scrooge on a voyage through time. This year is a cause for extra celebration as it will be lead actors 25th season playing Scrooge.