5 things to do in Calgary today: Tuesday, March 27

Mar 26 2018, 5:50 pm

We know it’s only Tuesday, but thanks to the day off on Friday, we’re just that much closer to the weekend!

Celebrate by spending a day out on the town at any of these great events going on around our beautiful city.

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Macaron 101 

  • What: Ever wondered how to make a French macaron? Look no further. Everyone’s favourite macaron shop, Ollia, hosts Macaron Baking Classes, offering exclusive lessons on how to properly engage in some macaronage, get the perfect shell, and create a variety of flavours. Bon appetite!
  • When: Tuesday, March 27
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Ollia Macaron and Tea – 810c 16th Avenue SW
  • Tickets: Call to reserve your spot, $100

LIGHTS: We Were Here Tour

  • What: Catch pop-sensation LIGHTS as she takes her tour to Calgary’s own MacEwan Hall.
  • When: Tuesday, March 27
  • Time: 7 pm
  • Where: MacEwan Hall – 2500 University Drive NW
  • Tickets: Online, $35

Whitespace Writers Weekly Write-In

  • What: Looking for some inspiration, a place to write that isn’t your kitchen table, or simply some guidance on a writing project? For only $5 you can join White Space Writers every Tuesday morning and receive a work space, unlimited coffee, accessibility to writing resources (aka they will look over a piece you’re working on), and a writing prompt – if that’s what you’re interested in. Plus, you might even make a new creative friend or three, which is priceless!
  • When: Every Tuesday
  • Time: 9 am to noon
  • Where: Loft 112 – 535 8th Avenue SE
  • Tickets: $5

The Shakespeare Company Presents: King Lear 

  • What: Starring one of Calgary’s most renowned actors, Stephen Hair, this productions brings a Shakespeare classic to life! With life hanging by a thread, watch how an aging king resolves to divide his kingdom between his daughters and, in return, reveals the core of his own humanity.
  • When: March 15 to 31
  • Time: 7 pm
  • Where: 115 9th Avenue SE
  • Tickets: Online, $35

The Humans 

  • What: Thanksgiving is always an interesting time for every family, but for the Blake’s it’s the tipping point for old tensions to resurface and personal secrets to be revealed. Join them in their New York City Chinatown apartment and see for yourself why this Broadway sensation is something to be thankful for!
  • When: March 6 to 31
  • Time: Various per show
  • Where: Max Bell Theatre – 240 9th Avenue SE
  • Tickets: Online, $55 to $103
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