This week on the show, we talk to Ottawa Fury FC coach Paul Dalglish about what their new affiliation with Montreal Impact means for the club, and for soccer in the 613.
Prolific author, performer, spoken word artist, social worker, Kai Cheng Thom is coming to Ottawa in support of her latest book and first novel.
“I thought what it would be like if the audience helped us create these musical spaces. Every performance will be different thanks to the participation of the audience.”
Natalie MacMaster, Donnell Leahy and their children will be on stage at the NAC for a sold-out performance on December 21st.
The smash-hit musical Kinky Boots will be making its way to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre from December 27th to January 1st.
The first huge dump of snow usually hits Ottawa around Christmas Eve, and that’s when the rink season begins.
How do you say “Bah humbug” in ASL?
Andrew Muckleston has been cultivating the classic craft of butchery for decades, carving out new ideas to express his creativity.
Three local storytellers with 58 years of storytelling experience between them will celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation and the contribution of Scottish immigrants in shaping Ottawa and Canada.
On this week’s episode, we talk with Gavin Gardiner, from indie folk band The Wooden Sky.
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.