Looking for something to do in downtown Calgary in April? With plenty of arts, entertainment, food, and activities, there is also plenty to do in Calgary! Read on to hear the top events in April:
On Screen: Macbeth
Craig Hall, Haysam Kadri and Anna Cummer bring to stage a supernatural thriller. In Shakespeare’s famously cursed play Macbeth, darkness and evil abound. The play revolves around murder, prophecies, witches, and betrayal. This chilling, supernatural tale will leave you wondering how far Maxbeth will go to get what he wants.
The show runs through April 16th at Vertigo Theatre. For tickets and more information, visit Vertigo Theater’s website.
Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo
The Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo is Canada’s second largest pop culture event. The Expo features special guests from industries spanning pop culture including film & television, comic books, sci-fi, anime, gaming, cartoons, collectibles and more! The Calgary Expo spans over 418,000 square feet of exhibit space. While at the Expo, you can check out workshops, costume contests, Q+A’s with special guests, industry talks, and much more!
The Comic and Entertainment Expo starts April 28th.
The Vixens of Vintage Spring Fling Market
The Vixens of Vintage throw three markets a year in Calgary: the Spring Fling, Summer Bazaar, and Holiday themed one. With over 80 vendors selling all things vintage inspired, this is a market that you won’t want to miss! The market eve event is held the night before the market opens to the public. A limited amount of tickets will be sold. We suggest getting there early to beat the crowds and have the first choice when it comes to some unique items. You’ll find home décor, furniture, clothing and more at the Spring Fling Market.
The Spring Fling will be held April 22nd from 5:00-9:00pm. For more information and tickets, visit Event Brite.Posted: Tuesday, April 5th, 1:50pm 3 years ago
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