Much Ado About Nothing presented by The Shakespeare Company at Vertigo Theatre (Until Saturday, June 2)

Shakespeare can be intimidating, but audiences shouldn’t fear Much Ado About Nothing. “I think it’s one of the most accessible plays he wrote,” Myla Southward, who plays Beatrice, tells Josiah Hughes in an interview for Swerve. “It’s a rom-com, and everybody understands a good rom-com. I think it’s a timeless message of love and men and women and being hurt.” Tickets are $25 to $35 and there’s still some available for shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

On Fridays We Go To Broken City (Friday, May 18)

The Girls on Decks weekly directional event brings in local breaks DJ Sonek as a special guest to spin alongside regulars Bass Charger, MollyFi, and Prairie Chola Ayatollah. There’s no cover and doors open at 9 p.m.

Otafest at Telus Convention Centre (Friday, May 18 to Sunday, May 20)

The Japanese pop culture festival—featuring anime, video games, manga and more—has attracted nearly 8,000 fans annually since it moved to the Telus Convention Centre. Be impressed by cosplayers, compete in an Overwatch tournament, meet voice actors and more fun this weekend. Weekend passes are $60; daily passes are $25 to $35.

Top Chef Canada Semifinals Viewing Party at Foreign Concept (Sunday, May 20)

Cheer on Calgary’s representative at Top Chef (and provider of a recent recipe in Swerve) Jinhee Lee at her restaurant. The event is by donation of $10, but you get a welcome cocktail and a meet and greet with Lee. The doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the episode starts at 8 p.m.

Victoria Day Tweed Ride (Monday, May 21)

The annual dress-and-cycle event takes you from Village Ice Cream to the Oak Tree Tavern. The forecast high is 23°C on Sunday, which …read more

Source:: Calgary Herald

      

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