The Writes of Spring: Tim Baker, Amelia Curran, Donovan Woods & Hawksley Workman join up for a songwriters’ circle on Friday night
The Writes of Spring tour comes to the NAC Theatre (1 Elgin St) on April 28 at 7:30pm.
The School of Photographic Arts held their annual year end exhibition, their last at their Dalhousie location before moving to a new building in Little Italy.
The Acorn performed Glory Hope Mountain to coincide with a 10th anniversary re-issue on Paper Bag Records.
For the OPL, 2016 was a year of firsts and new research initiatives.
The Ottawa International Writers Festival runs from April 22 to May 2 with most events taking place at Christ Church Cathedral (414 Sparks St).
A reader tipped us about a Twitter account contesting box seats, and next we were hearing from @TheFordSuperFan with a pair of playoff tickets.
Post-hardcore band Silverstein from Burlington engaged the audience and had everyone moving at Brass Monkey Thursday night.
Feast like a pirate and dine like a captain at The Captain’s Boil, the latest addition to Elgin Street.
Burrito Sensei, latest contender on the growing sushi burrito/poke bowl scene in Ottawa, gets raves reviews for their easy-to-navigate menu, elegant décor and friendly service.
Jim Bryson sits down with Apt613 ahead of his show Friday evening at the National Arts Centre to talk about the show, his collaboration with Petr Cancura, and his summer plans.
Spring is on its way and it seems like everyone has something planned for this weekend. So without further ado, let’s get to it Ottawa!
ENCOUNT3RS, on now at the National Arts Centre, highlights the diversity of ballet and orchestral music, and how the two interact with each other to create something beautiful.
Jim Bryson is collaborating with jazz arranger Petr Cancura for a special concert at the NAC Studio on Friday, April 21.
C’est quelques minutes à peine avant le début d’une des dernières répétitions de RENCONTR3S, avant la première du 20 avril, que le chorégraphe canadien Jean Grand-Maître prend quelques minutes pour discuter avec Sous-sol 819. Il offre son point de vue sur un spectacle sans précédent commandé spécialement par le Centre national des Arts dans le cadre des festivités du 150e anniversaire de la confédération canadienne.
This week on the podcast, we’re talking to Ottawa Fury FC captain Lance Rozeboom, and we ask him about what fans can expect this year.