If you are looking for something to do for Valentine’s Day this week, take your loved one to a plethora of local shows happening this week or just take yourself if you’re the one you love.
There are a couple of excellent plays happening this week.
Playgoers of Lethbridge production of Marc Camoletti’s French Farce Boeing Boeing happens at the Yates Theatre, Feb. 10-13. It is the hilarious story of Bernard a French bachelor who is juggling three fiancees who are air hostesses in the1960s. Things get complicated as new Boeing jets bring the three women ever closer to finding out about each other.
The show is 8 p.m. each night.
The University of Lethbridge also has a play happening. Bertolt Brecht’s “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” which began last weekend, runs at University Theatre, David Spinks Theatre and even in the lobby all this week until Feb. 13.
There is a plethora of great music happening at the Enmax Centre this week as well. Country and pop lovers won’t want to miss singer songwriter / crooner Johnny Reid who visits the Enmax Centre, Feb. 13 with special guests Natalie MacMaster, JJ Shiplett and Aaron Goodvin. Tickets are $53.75-$85.75.
The next night, get ready to bang your head with hard rock band Disturbed plus St. Asonia and Age of Days, who play Feb. 14. Tickets cost $40-$60.
There is a special Valentines dinner, Feb. 13 at the Bill Kergan Centre if you love Latin music and Latin food. The Ecuadoran Social Club hosts the dinner which will feature entertainers Fernando Espindola and m Columbia Linda. Tickets are $25.