• Neptune Theatre - Pleasureville

    Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street - Halifax
    Half sex toy gag, half feminist debate. When Leah Bowman finds herself down on her luck, she starts fresh by opening a sex shop in the sleepy town of Pleasureville. Armed with a Master’s in Human Sexuality, she sets out to destroy the stigma on female sexuality.
  • Nights of Horror Haunted Houses

    Lucasville Road – off of Hammonds Plains Road
    The best Halloween scares in the city. Carnival of Terror presents Nights of Horror Friday and Saturday night 630 to 9 and every weekend in October. Two terrifying experiences : The Manor and The Haunted Castle. $12 for one, $20 for two.
  • Alderney Landing presents “Fear The Darkness Haunted House”

    Alderney Landing - Dartmouth
    To satisfy the public’s thirst for highly entertaining scares, Alderney Landing presents “Fear the Darkness Haunted House”. Not for the faint at heart, this annual Haunted House is sure to scare even the tough guys! (Parental discretion advised) October 4-6, 10-13, 17-20, 24-30, 2019
  • WE DAY

    Scotiabank Centre - Halifax
    Mark Wednesday, October 16, 2019, on your calendar and join us at the Scotiabank Centre for an unparalleled event bringing together world-renowned speakers and performers, and tens of thousands of youth to celebrate a year of action that transformed communities and changed lives. Stay tuned for the announcement of our exciting lineup!
  • Waste Reduction Week

    Waste Reduction Week in Canada is a year-round program, focused solely on the principles of circular economy, resource efficiency, and waste reduction. The program’s primary purpose is to celebrate our environmental efforts and achievements while encouraging new innovative ideas and solutions. The celebratory nature of the campaign is how its motivates learning and behavior change. The program’s educational resources and “take action” messaging empower all Canadians to adopt more environmentally conscious choices. Waste Reduction Week in Canada further provides information and ideas to reduce waste in all facets of daily living, creating the solutions to the many environmental challenges we face including climate change, water pollution and preservation of natural resources.
  • Devour! The Food Film Festival

    Devour! The Food Film Fest is an international festival celebrating cinema, food & wine culture that takes place in the culinary epicentre of Nova Scotia.
  • Neptune Theatre - Between Breaths

    Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street - Halifax
    From the final moments of his life to his first whale rescue, Between Breaths goes back in time to explore the life of Dr. Jon Lien. Well known in Newfoundland as the Whale Man for his daring rescues and whale-saving techniques, he now faces his greatest challenge yet — a life-altering illness.
  • Arkells Rally Cry Tour with special guest Mother Mother

    Scotiabank Centre, Halifax
    Tickets available at the Ticket Atlantic box office, participating Atlantic Superstores, by phone at (902) 451-1221 (1-877-451-1221) and online at / Presented by Sonic Concerts in partnership with Halifax Pop Explosion. Arkells are partnering with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket sold will go to support Rainbow Railroad to help LGBTQI people around the world escape persecution and violence. /
  • Just For Laughs Comedy Night in Canada, hosted by Rick Mercer

    Just For Laughs Comedy Night in Canada will see Rick Mercer, along with 2018 Juno Award winner for comedy album of the year Ivan Decker, Gemini award winning comedian Debra DiGiovanni and host of CBC and Sirius XM’s Laugh Out Loud the hilarious Ali Hassan, perform October 26 at the Spatz Theatre. Second show has been added!! Tickets on sale Now!
  • MSVUSU Haunted House

    Mount Saint Vincent University
    Mount Saint Vincent University undertakes to Scare You To Pieces at the annual MSVU Haunted House!! For One Night Only - Step inside THE SCARIEST Hallowe’en Venue Around... if you dare! Small children looking for lesser scares: from 6 to 7pm only. For the Full Effect go 7 to 11pm!! Admission is $5 or $3 with a donation for Shelter Nova Scotia.
  • Neptune Theatre - Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story

    Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street - Halifax
    This Klezmer-folk music-theatre hybrid starring genre-bending sensation Ben Caplan is inspired by the true stories of two Jewish Romanian refugees coming to Canada in 1908. It’s a humorously dark folktale woven together with a high-energy concert about how to love after being broken by the horrors of war.
  • 30th Annual Successful Canadian Women's Dinner

    Westin Nova Scotian Hotel - Halifax
    For our 30th year we are thrilled to honour the current and founding members of Four the Moment, Halifax's own a cappella quartet. They made their first appearance at a rally in 1981 to stop a Halifax office of the Ku Klux Klan. On October 30th they will reflect on their music, dreams and racism. Tickets are $125 and tables of 10 are $1,250. (tax receipt for $70 per ticket)
  • An Indie Wedding Social

    The Westin Nova Scotian
    Nova Scotia's independent, handmade and artisanal wedding market! Our aim is to be a resource to the planning bride who may be looking for something finer, one-of-a-kind or 'alternative' to the year to year wedding traditions! The Indie Wedding Social is an annual interactive gathering (with food, wine and live music) where local, independent and creative wedding vendors and artisans will collaborate and help you make your wedding day dreams a reality. Join Elegant Productions, on Sunday, November 3rd at the Westin Nova Scotian from 1pm to 6pm as they host An Indie Wedding Social.
  • Best of Local

    Olympic Hall Community Centre, 2304 Hunter St, Halifax
    Best of Local is a celebration of all things Nova Scotian. We are bringing together the best of local entertainment, wine and food for a gala diner event. All funds raised through ticket sales, raffle and auction items, and donations will go to support the programs that Autism Nova Scotia provides to our Autistic community.

    Just For Laughs is thrilled to announce that, fresh from his sold out tour in Australia and New Zealand, Scottish comic superstar Danny Bhoy is bringing his new show Age of Fools to the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax on Saturday, November 9 at 7:30 PM! Don’t miss your chance to see this internationally-renowned and critically-acclaimed comic with his unique brand of observational storytelling as he explores life in a new era. Tickets on-sale now.
  • Progress Club Girls Night Out

    Pacifico - new location - 5171 George Street, Halifax
    Each year, since 2004, Canadian Progress Club Halifax-Citadel, has partnered with presenting sponsors, to bring this fabulous evening to life. It's well known in Halifax that Girls Night Out is a great time for women to get together to start the season off right! This year we will we will be partying like its the 20's .... 1900s that is. Dig out your fringe and feathers, and anything retro glam - and get ready to have some fun. Our event is always a sold-out success, so we encourage guests to reserve their tickets early.
  • Spin4Kids

    Spin. Groove. Move. Ready to get your sweat on for a good cause? GoodLife Fitness clubs across Canada bring the party for Spin4Kids, a one-day indoor fitness fundraiser. Costumes, themes, special guests and prizes!
  • Rock The Rink

    Rock The Rink is coming to Halifax, starring Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir, Patrick Chan, Kaetlyn Osmond, Elvis Stojko, AND MORE! By integrating live music along with cutting edge sound, lighting, video and special effects, Rock The Rink takes a step beyond what you're used to and provide you with an unforgettable live music and skating experience.
  • Neptune Theatre - Peter Pan November 26, 2019 – January 5, 2020

    Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street - Halifax
    When Wendy, Michael and John find themselves whisked away to Never-you-mind-land by a mysterious flying boy, they have no idea what awaits them: peculiar pirates, a posse of Underdog Kids, a giant ticking crocodile and a very wicked, show-tune loving Captain Hook. This play is full of pop songs, hilarious jokes and encourages you to play along.