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There’s the soul-crushing fee you have to dish out at the end of each month and there’s the Tony-award winning rock musical. We know which Rent we’d rather pay for. Embrace all of the joy, hope, and music of the Broadway hit and forget about the 525,600 dollars.
When: Tuesday, September 17 – Sunday, September 22Where: Queen Elizabeth TheatreCost: From $48More Info: vancouver.broadway.com
Take a taste tour of Amabuki at Yuwa Japanese Cuisine’s Secret Garden Sake Dinner. The dinner showcases a variety of sake from Amabuki, a 300-year-old sake brewery located in the Saga Prefecture of Japan. Amabuki makes sake only from yeast cultivated from flowers. And flowers are plants, so it’s basically a salad.
When: Wednesday, September 18 6:30 p.m.Where: Yuwa Japanese CuisineCost: $150More Info: yuwa.ca/event
We’ll be the first to encourage you to get unique pieces for your condo—those mass-produced side tables you’ve had since college should have graduated long ago. Lucky for you, a Wallpaper STORE* pop-up store is opening in Leisure Center. The online store pop-up was designed by Jeff Martin Joinery and New Format by Henry Norris, and it’s the perfect place to find unique pieces to elevate your crib.
When: Thursday, September 19 – Thursday, October 31Where: Leisure CentreMore Info: store.wallpaper.com
On Saturday at the strike of 3:00 p.m. (that’s midnight, Munich time) Bells and Whistles is celebrating a Wünderbar ‘Oktobeerfest’ with warm pretzels, currywurst, and—you guessed it—beer. If 3 p.m. doesn’t work for you, no worries: the celebration lasts 3 weeks. You deserve this. You took the stairs that one time.
When: Saturday, September 21 3:00 p.m. – Sunday, October 6Where: Bells and WhistlesMore Info: bellsandwhistlesyvr.ca
Claudia Oshry got internet famous for being “The Girl with No Job”—and while we’re certainly not telling you to quit, you might get some inspiration from her Dirty Jeans Tour. This unconventional businesswoman has three million Instagram followers and is known for making thousands of dollars by shooting selfies. Her tour is anticipated to be mostly comedy and partly gossip. Spill tea and take notes.
When: Sunday, September 22 7:00 p.m.Where: Vogue TheatreCost: From $20More Info: girlwithnojob.com