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5 Things to Do in Vancouver This Week (March 21 to 27)

Your weekly roundup of the top events in the city, including art exhibitions, local theatre, restaurant openings, concerts, film, markets and other to-dos we think you’ll love. If you have a Vancouver event you’d like to submit for consideration, send an email to

Read on for this week’s lineup.

Credit: Juke Fried Chicken

1. Celebrate International Waffle Day

March 25

Both Juke Fried Chicken and Beetbox are taking on International Waffle Day (this Friday, mark your calendars) with special menu offers: Juke’s chicken and waffle dish (a drum, thigh, and two waffles with chipotle-maple drizzle and pickled jalapenos) is $11 and Beetbox’s vegan take (Chick-un and waffles with hemp seed dressing and spiced maple syrup) is $13.50.

When: Friday, March 25
Where: Juke Fried Chicken and Beetbox
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Credit: Vancouver Art Gallery

2. See Shakespeare’s First Folio at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Through April 10

This exhibit just got extended (much like Shakespeare’s work, it’s staying relevant longer than originally anticipated). The extremely rare first book, published in 1623, contains 36 of the iconic bard’s 38 known plays and is displayed along with three later folios—so it’s the first time all four have been displayed in Vancouver. Come on, ex-drama-club nerds.

When: On now through Sunday April 10
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
Cost: $24 for adults (costs vary)
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Credit: Kinga Michalska

3. Moe Clark: Feast of the Invisible

March 26

This event, part of the Chan Centre’s “Decolonize the Chan” series, stars Métis 2Spirit singer Moe Clark. Enjoy jazz, folk, trance and têwêhikan (hand drum) songs and awesome effects at this multi-dimensional concert.

When: Saturday March 26, 8:00 p.m.
Where: UBC’s Chan Centre
Cost: From $15
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Credit: Erik Zennstrom

4. All Bodies Dance Project

March 24

    Part of the Dance Centre’s Discover Dance! series features the inclusive All Bodies Dance Project and highlights the beauty of difference by showcasing bodies with and without disabilities as contemporary dancers.   

    When: March 24, 12PM
    Where: Scotiabank Dance Centre
    Cost: $15 regular, $13 students, seniors and children
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    5. Cirque Du Soleil – Alegria

    March 25-June 5

      See the reimagined Cirque Du Soleil classic where a kingdom has lost its king and power struggles ensue between the old order and a new movement filled with hope for a better world. Be prepared for jaw-dropping acrobatics, vibrant costumes and an immersive set, all to the tune of a magical soundtrack.

      When: March 25- June 5
      Where: Under the Big Top, Concord Pacific Place
      Cost: From $65
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