The “Crime of the Century” is happening in Halifax on Wednesday, Jan. 27. It is just one of many events taking place over the next few months in Nova Scotia.

Crime of the Century is actually the title of Supertramp’s third album. Classic Albums Live, a group of musicians who play note for note, cut for cut renditions of legendary albums will be playing it at Casino Nova Scotia. Tickets are $30.75, including HST and service charges.

On Friday, Jan. 29, former Barenaked Ladies frontman Steven Page will also be playing at Casino Nova Scotia, playing a mixture of classic tunes and new material. Tickets are $48, including HST and service charges.

That same night, Ashley MacIsaac will be playing at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium with Symphony Nova Scotia. This is a part of the Symphony’s Maritime Pops Series, where local musicians play with the Symphony. Tickets range from $29 to $49, plus service fees.

Have you ever thought about making a toboggan? Well if you have, head to Ross Farm Museum in New Ross on Jan. 30 and Jan. 31 for a toboggan making demonstration.

Rock icons Guns N’ Roses are coming to the Halifax Metro Centre on Thursday, Feb. 4. Expect lots of cuts from the band’s latest album Chinese Democracy, as well as a healthy dose of rock anthems like Welcome to the Jungle and Paradise City. The Axl Rose-fronted group has only one other holdover from the band’s Use Your Illusion days — keyboardist Dizzy Reed. Also on the bill are Sebastian Bach (ex-Skid Row frontman) and Canadian rocker Danko Jones. Tickets range from $62.50 to $77.50, plus additional service charges if ordered online.

Comedian Brent Butt will be performing at the Cohn a week later on Thursday, Feb. 11. The comic is best known for his work on Corner Gas, a show which he also created. Tickets are $34, plus service charges.

Up until Feb. 14, Neptune Theatre will be showcasing Sexy Laundry, a hilarious play looking at a couple’s marriage and the wife’s efforts to rekindle it after 25 years of marriage.

The country’s best male curlers will all be in Halifax from March 6 to 14 fighting to win the 2010 Tim Hortons Brier. Of Team Nova Scotia’s previous three victories in the Brier, only one happened on home soil. That was in 1951.