Here in the Exchange, there’s always something going on! From dining, to shopping or grabbing a show, here’s what goes on your calendar this week.
Monday, February 4:
Neil Young & Crazy Horse @ The Centennial Concert Hall (555 Main Street)
The godfather of grunge, the one true paradox, and a real man of the woods, Neil Young returns to his adoptive hometown with the legendary Crazy Horse for what promises to be an unforgettable evening of noise, beauty, and nostalgia. Bring your earplugs (just because it’s at the Concert Hall doesn’t mean it isn’t going to rock).
Tickets are $91-$272. Visit centennialconcerthall.com for more information.
Justin Timberlake Afterparty @ The Palomino Club (436 Main Street)
(Party begins after concert)
Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy back to Winnipeg (finally). After the show, it’s the VIP treatment at the world famous Palomino Club, where you can rock your body at the Justin Timberlake afterparty! Hey, maybe he’ll show and you can ask him what it was like to work with David Fincher?
Visit palominoclub.ca for ticket information.
Tuesday, February 5:
Restoration Tuesdays Presents Wanda @ Cinematheque (304-100 Arthur Street)
With her first and only feature film—a hard-luck drama she wrote, directed, and starred in—Barbara Loden turned in a groundbreaking work of American independent cinema, bringing to life a kind of character seldom seen on-screen. Set amid a soot-choked Pennsylvania landscape, and shot in an intensely intimate vérité style, this 1970 feature takes up with distant and soft-spoken Wanda (Loden), who has left her husband, lost custody of her children, and now finds herself alone, drifting between dingy bars and motels, and callously mistreated by a series of men—including a bank robber who ropes her into his next criminal scheme. Wanda is a compassionate and wrenching portrait of a woman stranded on society’s margins.
Tickets available at winnipegfilmgroup.com/cinematheque
Friday, February 8:
887 @ John Hirsch Mainstage (174 Market Ave)
A Canadian theatre legend gets personal. Robert Lepage explores individual and collective memory in a visually stunning, evocative and unforgettable show. An internationally celebrated artist known for breaking boundaries, Lepage’s mastery transcends genre with credits in theatre, film, ballet and opera. After premiering at the Pan Am Games in Toronto, 887 wowed audiences on a worldwide tour. Now this “touching, intimate, powerful” show comes to Royal MTC for three performances only.
Visit royalmtc.ca for more information.
Stand-Up Comedy All*Stars @ Wee Johnny’s (177 McDermot Ave)
Comedy at Wee Johnny’s presents another instalment of its popular All*Stars series featuring some of Winnipeg’s best stand-up comedians. This one is hosted by Benjamin Walker and features Matt Nightingale, Sarah London, Christopher Stanton, Matt Kay, and a super secret special guest.
Cover is only $5. Visit facebook.com/comedyatweejohnnys/ for more information.
Saturday, February 9:
Black Lights @ The King’s Head (120 King St)
Get your rock face on for a night of covers from Winnipeg’s own Black Lights, a quartet playing everything from AC/DC to Zeppelin, Led.
Visit kingshead.ca or facebook.com/blacklightsband for more information.
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