Toronto’s indie-pop supergroup perform their new album Five Ghosts at the Jack Singer Concert Hall.
Grease is the Word
November 2 – 7
Get ready to hand-jive the night away with Grease, the show Time Magazine called the “#1 musical of the year” in 2007. Broadway Across Canada brings the saga of Danny and Sandy to the Calgary stage, back to a simpler time of poodle skirts, drive-ins, and T-birds, at the Jubilee Auditorium, call Ticketmaster, 403-777-0000. For a different take on the original high-school musical, Jubilations Dinner Theatre’s Greased show runs until Nov 7. Set in Calgary, roles are reversed, as Danielle, leader of the tough girl’s greaser gang, the T-birdies, begins a romance with soft-spoken Sandy, chess club member. Call 403-249-7799 for tickets.
Dog’s Best Friend
The one and only Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan arrives at the Scotiabank Saddledome as part of his cross-country speaking tour. Millan will share his insights on dog psychology, as well as tips and tools for a calm and balanced pet (and owner). Millan, star of his own television program, is an accomplished author as well. His first three books, including Cesar’s Way, all became New York Times best sellers. For tickets, call Ticketmaster, 403-777-0000.
Just for Laughs
Canuck comic Jeremy Hotz headlines the Montreal comedy tour at the Jack Singer Concert Hall.
Legendary country crooner performs “The Gambler,” among other hits, at the Jubilee Auditorium.
Sip gluhwein and shop till you drop at an outdoor market space in Spruce Meadows.
Despite being 61 years old, prince of darkness Ozzy Osbourne still knows how to rock. Osbourne’s taking his latest album Scream, featuring singles “Let Me Hear You Scream,” and “Digging Me Down,” on an 18-month world tour. This is the first tour the eccentric rocker has played since 2007. At the Scotiabank Saddledome, for tickets, call Ticketmaster 403-777-0000.
The brash Scottish comedian, musician, and actor’s stand-up show.
Four-year-old Caillou’s everyday adventures on TV and in books have resonated with preschool audiences around the world. Kids now have a chance to see the beloved bald cartoon character come to life in Caillou’s Greatest Skate of All. This family-friendly show features Caillou trying out hockey and figure skating, and is packed with original songs and chances for audience participation. At the Jack Singer Concert Hall, for tickets call Ticketmaster, 403-777-0000.
A tragic opera in three acts, Lucia di Lammermoor graces the stage.
Canadian singer/songwriter on tour in support of his new album All Days Are Nights.
November 26 – January 2
Once the sun goes down, the Calgary Zoo gets transformed into Western Canada’s largest seasonal light display. Over 1.5 million lights are shaped into animals like gorillas, lions, giraffes and elephants, as well as other holiday icons like Santa Claus, reindeer, and snowmen. Some of the most popular spots are Candy Cane Lane, a walkway illuminated by over-sized candy canes, and designated kids’ plays areas like Snow Bowling, the Reindeer Stables and Snigloo, where they can make their own igloo. For tickets visit calgaryzoo.com.