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Made in Italy is a heartwarming one-person show that tells the story of Francesco Mantini, a teenager in rural 1970s Jasper, Alberta who is trying to live up to his father’s traditional, Italian expectations. Expect disco jams, Italian tunes and a bunch of dance, all through a comedic lens.
When: March 17 – April 17Where: Granville Island StageCost: From $35More Info: artsclub.com
What we’ve really been missing during this pandemic (besides, you know, human connection) is monster trucks. No longer. Monster Jam returns this year with freestyle, skills, donuts and racing competitions between 12,000 pound vehicles. Get amped.
When: March 18-20Where: Pacific Coliseum at the PNECost: From $38More Info: monsterjam.com
Get into the St. Paddy’s spirit with Celtic Fest Vancouver’s showcase of a Celtic music, dance, film, food and fare – plus the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. There’ll be a big beer tent for adults, but also a kids zone (with face-painting!) for those looking for a more family-friendly outing.
When: March 16-20Where: šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ SquareCost: FreeMore Info: celticfestvancouver.com
This comedic play tackles toxic masculinity head-on by telling the story of two sons and their dads tackling tough subjects like cultural tension, sexuality and generational divides. All set in the locker room of a community hockey rink.
When: March 18-April 3Where: Firehall Arts CentreCost: From $15More Info: zeezeetheatre.ca
The virtuosos of the Canadian Guitar Quartet are known worldwide for their mesmerizing guitar skills. Jam out to their concert series that will feature a range of music; from Brazilian Bossa Nova melodies to an homage to Copan, Piazzolla and Bach. If you can’t make it in person, they also offer a livestream concert to fulfill all your classical guitar needs!
When: March 18, 7PMWhere: Pyatt HallCost: In-person from $35; Digital from $5More Info: vancouverguitar.org