Here are three best ideas for the weekend of February 8-10!

What are your plans for the weekend? We have three great options for you!

Do you like going to the theatre, or listening to music, or celebrating holidays? All these become possible during the weekend of February 8-10!

So, here are the best ideas:

1. Intimate Apparel

This is the play that will make you think about a lot of things. The main character is an African American woman who works as a seamstress. She dreams of love, but she cannot choose between two men who paid attention to her.

The premiere of the play took place in 2003, and it immediately won the hearts of many people. You should definitely come to the Berney Theatre at 123 Doncaster St. on Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets can be bought from $15 to $42 online.

2. Manitoba Great Wall Performing Arts

On Saturday the Club Regent Events Centre will become a theatre with artists from Winnipeg and China. All this will be devoted to the celebration of the Chinese New Year. Before the start of the celebration, all the guests will also be able to eat many delicious foods.

It doesn’t matter whether you are interested in the zodiac, you like to eat tasty foods, or you want to listen to Manitoba Great Wall, you should attend this event on Saturday evening. Tickets for the show cost $30-40, and if you want to attend the festive dinner, you will need to pay $150.

3. A Night of Country Music

A trip to the country? Sounds great!

Winnipeg country artist Sean Burns travelled all over Canada and the USA, and on Friday night he will present his new album. It's called A Night of Country Music. This concert is partially charitable because part of the money will go to supporting CKUW's Fun Drive!

In addition to Sean, the guests will enjoy the music of Knob & Tube, Andrushko, Frannie Klein and others. The show will take place at Times Changed. Tickets cost from $15 to $20. The start is at 9 p.m. 

MORE NEWS:A family from England come to Lake Winnipeg to go ice fishing for 14 years in a row

Club Regent Events Centre Berney Theatre Times Changed
If you notice an error, highlight the text you want and press Ctrl + Enter to report it to the editor
I recommend
No recommendations yet


Post your comment to communicate and discuss this article.

Festival du Voyageur is going to start in the city on Friday, February 15. Due to the fact that the festival celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, it was decided to make a guitar that can reflect the history of the festival. Christian Dupont, a Franco-Manitoban luthier, was the master who was asked to make the instrument. "Since the festival is a celebration of music and culture, a guitar just fits in so perfectly," said Dupont. "We're celebrating 50...
Winnipeg relationship expert said that attention to the partner can be shown not only by big gestures on Valentine's Day. Little things also matter. The expert explains that in order to show real feelings and to strengthen a relationship, it is not necessary to arrange a grand celebration on February 14th. “For couples who don’t want to follow that commercialization, you can honour this day by being mindful and telling each other why they love each other,”...
On February 14, the atmosphere of love reigned in Winnipeg. Many residents of the city left the house to celebrate this day with their soulmate. Some Winnipeggers decided to tell their stories in honour of this wonderful holiday. Here are some of them: Evan Rogers met his girlfriend two years ago, that’s why he loves this holiday so much. “She made me this heart-shaped thing filled with chocolates and special stuff filled with memories,” he said. Diana Bro...
Two years ago, Winnipeg Transit driver was killed on St. Valentine's Day. Two weeks ago, the killer was convicted. After his death, Winnipeg Transit drivers displayed Rest In Peace banners on their buses to show love and memory. However, this year, they were told not to do this. The Union is shocked by the situation. "It is petty, as far as I'm concerned. It's very petty. It's a kick when somebody's down. It's not the right thing to do at this time. We tho...
Hundreds of city inhabitants took to the streets to show their love for missing or murdered Indigenous girls and women on St. Valentine's Day. Many of them were holding posters depicting a butterfly, the names and dates of the disappearance or death of people from their family. This event has been held for over 50 years in different cities of the country on St. Valentine's Day. "We are walking for our community and we're walking for our loved one: My grand...
The organization, headquartered in Winnipeg, explained that at the moment thrift sales are as low as never. "This is somewhat of a wake-up call for us to make sure that we are on our toes," executive director Rick Cober Bauman said. "Certainly there is a lot of competition in the second-hand industry." Cutting of programs will affect also staff positions. At least three coordinator positions will be closed in Winnipeg. Aileen Friesen, an assistant professo...
The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra hopes that the government will be able to allocate $2.6 million to repair acoustical shell. At the moment the acoustical shell is in a disastrous state and the director has repeatedly asked for help. "The lack of a functional shell is really desperate," Trudy Schroeder, WSO executive director, said. "We've been waiting, we've been very patient." Schroeder even went on stage to ask for help from the audience. The woman asked...
Girls from Balmoral Hall School in Winnipeg learned Indigenous culture better on Wednesday, February 13. The event was held with the help of Winnipeg's Indigenous community and local charity 1JustCity. "It was an honour for me to do that, to be invited here to do the teachings," said 1Justcity volunteer. "It's a great honour to provide that information for students that haven't heard that before, and can see the values and the customs that belong to our tr...
Winnipeg women's shelters feel care and love from Sikh community. Thanks to this, women will feel that they are not alone. On Wednesday, members of Sikh community were preparing packages to send to women who became victims of domestic violence. The packages contain hygiene products, chocolates, and baked goods. In total, more than 100 packages were created. "There's definitely a lot of love going into the packages," said Imreet Kaur, leader of the project....