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Date May 2Venue The Gourmet WarehousePrice $79gourmetwarehouse.caSatisfy both your sweet tooth and your hunger for competition as seven of B.C.’s best chocolatiers duke it out in a bonbon battle for the ages.
Date May 16 to July 14Venue Stanley Industrial Alliance StagePrice From $39artsclub.comTap your toes along to the story of Roald Dahl’s telekinetic wunderkind at this feel-good family musical.
Date May 17Venue Rickshaw TheatrePrice From $25rickshawtheatre.comEver wanted to watch wrestlers in wildly impractical costumes beat each other up to live heavy metal music and explosions galore? We thought so.
Date May 19Venue Biltmore CabaretPrice $15biltmorecabaret.comIt’s no accident that this artist produces the “perfect road trip music”: she once converted a school bus into a loft on wheels and travelled across North America for inspiration’s sake.
Date May 24 to 26 Venue Parker Street StudiosPrice From $10parkerartsalon.comCheck out work from established and emerging contemporary artists showcased in a 105-year-old warehouse-turned-studio.
Date May 23Venue Blueshore Financial Centre for the Performing ArtsPrice From $10capilanou.caInstant messaging, instant banking, instant noodles—in our high-speed world, it’s hard to know what we’re missing. Luckily, Ziya Tong does, and she’s willing to share. The Daily Planet co-host and eco-friendly smarty-pants is spilling the tea on the critical gaps in knowledge within our bubbled brains, like where our food and energy comes from and where our waste ends up. This event is a sneak peek into her forthcoming book The Reality Bubble: Blind Spots, Hidden Truths, and the Dangerous Illusions That Shape Our World. Get ready for some badass bubble-bursting.
Date May 22 to June 2Venue Various venuesPrice From $45 for three showsupintheairtheatre.comThis theatre festival is an East Van favourite for new work, emerging artists and site-specific spectaculars.
Date May 25Venue Douglas Recreation CentrePrice From $25stickyscandyandbakery.comThis fest’s 50 different root beers from across North America (plus root beer floats, pastries and cotton candy) are worth the trip, Langley local or not.
Date June 6Venue Vogue TheatrePrice $30voguetheatre.comYou’ll probably recognize this Portland-born electronic band’s synth-pop from Riverdale (we know you’re still watching it).