Sights & Sounds
Rogers tv presents A Call for Relief, an interview with emergency dispatcher Heather MacDonald based on a story by Jason Myerson. For more, be sure to read Jason’s article.
Odyssey Theatre returns to Strathcona Park for another season of theatre under the stars.
This week on the podcast, we’re chatting with actors Phillip Merriman and Zoe Georgaras, who play the title characters in Bear & Co’s outdoor production of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ currently touring around parks in Ottawa until July 30th.
The Canadian Film Institute is looking for digitized visual recordings of celebrations, events and people living their lives in recognizable sites in the Ottawa area as part of the Ottawa 2017 celebrations.
Another night, another NAC stage crammed with talent. Canada Scene closed on Sunday, but on Saturday the festival treated the Babs Asper Theatre audience to Anishinabekwe, a night featuring five outstanding performances from five outstanding female Indigenous artists.
Open Access: a demonstration is a collection of art pieces and performances by Vancouver-based Carmen Papalia.
This past weekend, Theatre in the Bush brought Northern culture with a spirit of adventure to Canada Scene for a three-night, sold-out run at Mackenzie King Estate.
Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK brought their unique rock-power pop brand to Ottawa, playing to local fans in an intimate setting.
The Ottawa Champions have hit the halfway mark of their 2017 season, and things are heating up! Currently in the midst of their hottest streak all season, the boys in blue and red are setting the stage for the Can-Am/American Association All Star Game festivities July 24 and 25 at RCGT Park.
La Machine kicks off on Thursday July 27 at 8pm with the awakening of Kumo near the National Gallery of Canada. Long Ma will awaken on Friday July 28 at 10am at Ottawa City Hall. The creatures, accompanied by a live orchestra, will then take over the streets of our beautiful city throughout the weekend, inviting us to follow them on their journey as they search for one another and fulfill their destiny.
On Saturday night, Canada Scene presents Anishinabekwe, a one-of-a-kind evening of music and storytelling showcasing some of the country’s best female Indigenous artists.
The idea behind one of Hintonburg’s newest food spots, The Bowl, is immediately intriguing: they make one dish. That’s it. You can get a drink or a side, but there’s only one main dish. No decision paralysis, no agonizing over a menu, just one option.
Let us begin with a bit of good news: this weekend promises a little nugget of sunshine and a whole lotta great things going on to compensate for the rain drops and grey skies. From there, we jump head first into this weekend’s goings on.
How things are made, shapes what it is made. This is the philosophy that Floral Theatre, a young Ottawa theatre troupe, practiced during their preparations for their first Ottawa Fringe Festival performance of Three to Leave and hopes to foster through all their future endeavours.
Pour la deuxième année consécutive, un collectif de théâtre créatif et audacieux revient en force cet été pour offrir du Molière en plein air dans le Vieux-Hull. Du 20 au 29 juillet, sera présentée La Jalousie du Barbouillé, une toute nouvelle mouture de l’ingénieux et indémodable Molière.