Rabbit Hole
Through Sunday
Where: Neptune Theatre
This Pulitzer Prize winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire tells the story of a family dealing with the tragic loss of their four-year-old son.
While some dramatic moments, the play has plenty of comedic bits too. For tickets, visit neptunetheatre.com.

Premier League Basketball
Saturday, 7 p.m.
Where: Halifax Metro Centre
The Halifax Rainmen look to keep their perfect record at home going when the league-leading Lawton-Fort Sill Calvalry come to town for a possible playoff preview. Adult tickets are $24.50 and $19.50.

Symphony Nova Scotia
Sunday, 4 p.m.
Where: St. Andrew’s United Church
The province’s symphony returns to the stage for a special performance featuring the Baroque Series and Bach’s Mass in B minor. Tickets are $49 and $43.

Jully Black
Saturday, 8 p.m.
Where: The Schooner Room, Casino Nova Scotia
This popular Canadian singer-songwriter is coming to town to perform and no doubt entertain with her energetic personality and great voice. Tickets are $36.50.

Cheer Expo 2010
Friday through Sunday
Where: Halifax Forum
There will be cheer competitors for all levels, vendor booths from all over the world, and classes for coaches, athletes and anyone interested in becoming involved — or just wanting to show their spirit.

Nova Scotia Spring Ideal Home Show
Friday through Sunday
Where: Exhibition Park
This popular event features everything you want to know about homes, plus information and booth on gardens and patios. The event opens each day starting at 10 a.m.