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Waitress is potentially the world’s most delicious musical, and it’s coming to Vancouver all piping hot and crispy. The show is made up of original music by Sara Bareilles, and follows a pie-maker from a small town with big dreams. Spice up your evening—and get ready for a heck of a lot of baking metaphors.
When: Tuesday, November 12 – Sunday, November 17Where: Queen Elizabeth TheatreCost: From $59More Info: vancouver.broadway.com
Gather is the newest cookbook by local chef David Robertson (of Dirty Apron fame) and focuses on recipes that can be shared. Look at it as a way to connect with your friends and family—or as a way to challenge yourself (that entire casserole has your name on it). Check out Inform Interiors this Wednesday to celebrate the book launch.
When: Wednesday, November 13 6:00 p.m.Where: Inform InteriorsCost: FreeMore Info: eventbrite.com
Familiar or not with Newfoundland folklore, The Double Axe Murders will leave you shaking in your rain boots. It’s based on the true story of two trappers vanishing from Cow Head, Newfoundland. One trapper’s sister and her companion visit their abandoned cabin, where the mystery only grows. Immerse yourself in this psychological thriller—and maybe sleep with the lights on for the next little while.
When: Thursday, November 14 – Saturday, November 23Where: Gateway TheatreCost: From $29More Info: gatewaytheatre.com
Get an inside look at the art studios, garages, homes, and collaborative work spaces that colour East Van at the East Side Culture Crawl. The Eastside Arts District is teeming with artists; it has the highest concentration of visual artists, designers, and craft makers in Canada. Free artist talks throughout the week give participants a chance to engage further with the artwork, so that picture really can say a thousand words.
When: Thursday, November 14 – Sunday, November 17Where: Eastside Arts DistrictCost: VariesMore Info: culturecrawl.ca
After Instant Studios closed this summer, many local comedy groups have been struggling to find space—but Lil Comedy is back with big laughs and a bigger cause. This comedy show’s mandate is to create engagement of their audience members with the Chinatown neighborhood and the Downtown Eastside. Producer An-Te Chu has teamed up with original founders Alistair Ogden and Andrea Jin, and the thundering trio is taking our comedy scene by storm.
When: Friday, November 15 9:00 p.m.Where: 8 East Pender StreetCost: $10 online, $15 at doorMore Info: facebook.com