THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK­END It’s early Jan­uary in Ed­mon­ton, and that nor­mally means frigid tem­per­a­tures and time spent in­doors. But the weather is warmer this week, so head out for some to­bog­gan­ing or even just park your car fur­ther away and walk to your ev

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IS­TOCK

ICE CAS­TLES

Where: Hawre­lak Park, 9330 Groat Rd.

When: Opens to­day

Cost: $10.95 to $25

It’s a nat­u­ral fit for a win­ter city — an acre-sized win­ter won­der­land of ici­cles, hand-crafted to re­sem­ble frozen water­falls, glaciers and ice caves. Ice Cas­tles has been a big hit in YEG for a cou­ple of years, draw­ing thou­sands of peo­ple to the stun­ning dis­plays. Wear boots, bring a cam­era and book a timed visit on­line to avoid dis­ap­point­ment. See ice­cas­tles.com for de­tails. MACBETH

Where: Holy Trin­ity Angli­can Church, 10037 84 Ave.

When: To­day-Sun­day at 7:30 p.m.; week­ends to Jan. 19

Cost: $25

The in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed Mala­chite Theatre brings Shake­speare’s Scot­tish tragedy to Old Strath­cona in a moody, im­mer­sive the­atri­cal ex­pe­ri­ence set in the Sanc­tu­ary space at Holy Trin­ity. Hand­made cos­tumes, pe­riod mu­sic and a cast of Al­berta ac­tors bring the tale of power, cor­rup­tion, mur­der and madness to life. IS­TOCK

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