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We’re well into fall now, and that means all eyes are beginning to look forward to the chill of November and the fun events that the build-up to the Christmas season brings. If you’re taking a trip to Regina from mid-November onwards, you’ll have a trio of exciting and diverse activities to keep you entertained and having fun during your trip to the city. Check out all the need to know info below, and let the excitement begin!
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It’s just doesn't feel like the run-up to Christmas without seeing a performance of The Nutcracker, which is widely regarded as one of the world’s most famous and beloved ballet pieces. On November 18, the Moscow Ballet will be bringing the enchanting stage tale to life at the Conexus Arts Centre. It’s great family entertainment, so bring the kids and enjoy a classic seasonal favourite together.
To add to the roster of magical stage performances to grace Regina this month, everyone's favourite rags to riches tale, Cinderella will be enchanting audiences at the Globe Theatre from November 27 onwards. This fairytale may be one of the most recognized, but that doesn't make seeing the story retold live and onstage any less heartwarming - indeed, it is more so!
This one’s not for the kids...the Winnipeg Comedy Festival: Naughty or Nice show makes its' stop at the Regina Casino on December 5. Kick back and laugh a lot along with a new line-up of hilarious performers.
After you’ve finished exploring the city and enjoyed a good show, there’s only place you’ll want to go - a comfortable bed at the best hotel in Regina. At HomeSuites Regina, you’ll relax in a spacious, comfortable, and luxurious suite, all at an affordable price. You’ll also have valued-added amenities at your disposal, which includes a complimentary HomeEssentials breakfast, 24-hour fitness centre, a business centre and much more. Book with us today!