Colin Mochrie talks about improv, listening, and the dangers of only hanging out with theatre people.
This week on the show, the Bytowne Boys, Ottawa’s Premier Boylesque Troupe, tease us about what they have in store for Ottawa’s burlesque scene in the near future. During the second half of the show, local musician, producer, singer and best-selling author Abel Maxwell presents his new album “Rupture”, which launches on December 8.
PUP talk about how to keep on keeping on, and their rumoured connection to a urinal at Sneaky Dees
9:30pm, Tuesday November 29 at Pour Boy (495 Somerset W)
Prolific Ottawa singer/songwriter North Easton has spent the past 23 years writing the songbook of his life and experiences.
It’s cold. It’s snowy. The last thing on most people’s minds is getting their next good run in. But Mark Sutcliffe is not most people.
This week on the show, we’ve got local broadcaster, columnist and author Mark Sutcliffe. Recently named to the Order of Ottawa, his new book Long Road to Boston chronicles his journey as an everyman trying to qualify for the Boston Marathon.
Apartment613 met with three young ballet dancers from the Ottawa School of Dance who will be performing in the show.
Put simply, Synapcity is a space for connections between people, places, and ideas.
Tanya Tagaq on her latest album Retribution, climate change, and music as a coping mechanism.
“My vision is that tea can open doors and become a medium for social change,” says Kevin Smiley, founder of SuraiTea.
The premise of Helping With Furniture, a registered charity, is brilliantly simple. They take donated and discarded furniture and other items, including tables, chairs, linens, lamps, mirrors, chests of drawers, and all manner of other items, and deliver them to the homes of refugees, new immigrants, and low-income families in the Ottawa area, who otherwise lack the money or ability to get such furnishings.
This weekend, NAC Dance presents a favourite of Ottawa audiences, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, for the exclusive Canadian performance of Fractus V.
Tasseomancy, which is twin sisters Romy and Sari Lightman, have announced their first leg of their North American tour, which lands in Ottawa on November 24 at Le Temporaire.
“This is my playtime. With my solo thing, the stakes aren’t as high and I let things get a little looser around the edges”