Halifax, here's your going-out guide for Nov 28-30 | Arts + Culture | Halifax, Nova Scotia | THE COAST
Alt-pop powerhouse Arsoniste plays The Stage at Saint Andrew's on Monday with rocker Safeword.
Alt-pop powerhouse Arsoniste plays The Stage at Saint Andrew's on Monday with rocker Safeword.

Halifax, here's your going-out guide for Nov 28-30

See Arsoniste in concert, catch a play at Dalhousie and more.

Just because the sun is setting at what feels like 2pm doesn't mean you need to retreat to the couch until Spring's thaw. Proof that there's more to do around town than you might've thought exists right here, in our weekly Sure Things guide. Here's all the fun to be had between Nov 28-30:


See Arsoniste and Safeword at The Stage At Saint Andrew's Nov 28

Arsoniste's haunting synth pop combined with Safeword's indie rock equals a night of killer live music at The Stage (6036 Coburg Road). Showtime is 7:30pm and tickets are $19.47 via eventbrite.

See Morris Panych's 7 Stories Nov 29-Dec 3

Ann-Marie Kerr, the only Atlantic Canadian theatre artist to be nominated for the 2022 Siminovitch Prize (Canada’s largest prestigious theatre award, given to mid-career directors, playwrights or designers) directs this production by Dalhousie Theatre students. The play itself sees seven people searching for meaning at key moments in their lives. The show is held at the Sir James Dunn theatre at 7:30pm. Tickets and details are available via the Dalhousie Arts Centre site.

See Dickens' A Christmas Carol Nov 23-Dec 30

Neptune Theatre’s holiday tradition is staging a retelling of Ebenezer Scrooge’s glow-up. Rhys Bevan-John reprises his leading role in the fit-for-all-ages show, which opens this week. Ticket and showtime details at neptunetheatre.com.

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Morgan Mullin

Morgan is the Arts & Entertainment Editor at The Coast, where she writes about everything from what to see and do around Halifax to profiles of the city’s creative class to larger cultural pieces. She’s been with The Coast since 2016.

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