Jared DavidsonArts Writer
Jared's love of Ottawa builds up to the point where he must purge it from his system, post by post. When he's not about-towning, he freelances as a communications & marketing manager for your favourite businesses.
Josh “Socalled” Dolgin of Chelsea, Quebec is the kind of artist who defies categorization, in his case openly and verbally. He is different and that will be evident at his Canada Scene concert with Yves Lambert Saturday night in the Babs Asper Theatre at the National Arts Centre.
The Book of Mormon, while maybe not for everyone, is a stunning performance with exceptional talent. The show is a Broadway musical that centres on a group of Mormon boys, headed by Elder Price (Gabe Gibbs) and Elder Cunningham (Conner Peirson), who are tasked with bringing the Mormon faith to a village in Uganda.
John K. Samson and The Winter Wheat play Bronson Centre Theatre on Friday April 7. Michael Feuerstack will open the show.
Infinity by award-winning Ottawa playwright Hannah Moscovitch is on at the National Arts Centre until March 11.
Jared Davidson: “Exceptional character work… [Burnt is] fascinating, clever, and immersive.”
Australian ska/dance band The Cat Empire headline Algonquin Commons Theatre, July 28.
The GCTC’s Irving Greenberg stage will be a place of flipping, tumbling, spinning, and otherwise moving improbably until Sunday night.
“It brings you back to when you’re like six or seven,” says Brenda Dunn, local artist and perpetual inner child. She’s sitting in Ministry of Coffee on Wellington Street West, gesturing towards a small clay figure. His name is Bean, and he is the guardian of this establishment. Bean is one of a crew of […]
Nearly one year after their celebrated show at Arboretum Festival, Montreal synth trio BRAIDS is returning to Ottawa. On Saturday June 4, they’ll be playing at Ritual, colloquially known as “Ottawa’s most cocktail-filled basement” (a title the Manx is currently contesting). In between the two shows, so much has happened to the band, one would be forgiven […]