Mix of Six: Nov. 5-7

Metro picks this weekend's best events.


7 Stories
When: Through Nov. 14
Where: Fountain Hall, Neptune Theatre
Alberta playwright Morris Panych’s award-winning work tells seven stories from a window ledge seven stories above ground – as the main character decides whether to take the stairs or jump to get down. Call 429-7070 or visit neptunetheatre.com for ticket information.

Christmas at the Forum
When: Friday through Sunday
Where: Halifax Forum
Thousands of people are expected over the weekend for this popular event that is Canada’s largest, longest running and best attended festival of crafts, antiques, food and art. Visit christmasattheforum.com for complete details.

Halifax Mooseheads
When: Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m.
Where: Halifax Metro Centre
The Mooseheads kick off a six-game homestand with a match-up against their two Quebec rivals. Halifax goes into the weekend fresh off a win against the nationally-ranked Moncton Wildcats. Adult tickets are $15.75.


Symphony Nova Scotia
When: Sunday, 2 p.m.
Where: St. Andrew’s United Church
Our province’s symphony is leaving its usual home at Rebecca Cohn Auditorium for a concert at this city church. The show is a Baroque Concert titled Baroque a l’Italia. Tickets are are $15, $45 and $52.

Ani DiFranco
When: Sunday, 8 p.m.
Where: Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
This American Grammy Award-winning singer, guitarist, and songwriter is coming to Halifax for back-to-back shows, with a second taking place Monday. Tickets are $46 and $57.50.

Greg Proops
When: Sunday, 8 p.m.
Where: Schooner Room, Casino Nova Scotia
Best known for his appearances on the TV hit show Whose Line is it Anyway?, this American comedian is also a frequent guest on Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Tickets are $43.

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