Sights & Sounds
On this week’s episode, we talk with Doug Hempstead, who under the artist name Area Resident, released his first album in the fall.
Casual Fridays are back at the National Arts Center, and the first of the 2016–2017 season will be taking place this Friday, December 16th.
Up-and-coming artists like Night Lovell are a piece in the Ottawa puzzle.
Soon to be an Ottawa holiday staple, The Wooden Sky will be performing on December 12th at the St Alban’s church.
When is the last time you saw images of youth in a museum exhibition? Maybe it’s hard for you to recall? That’s probably because it has been a historically rare occurrence in museums.
With snow in the forecast, this is the perfect weekend to adventure into a winter wonderland and take advantage of some holiday events.
Upon entering Melanie Authier’s solo exhibition Contrarieties & Counterpoints currently on display at the Ottawa Art Gallery, I found myself mesmerised by Authier’s abs
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.
Le Daisy Theatre est un spectacle de marionnettes pour adultes amusant, futé et torride. Il frôle la frontière de ce qui est politiquement acceptable et aborde des sujets pertinents et à propos, sans modérer l’opinion et le satire proposée.
Swordfighting, court intrigue, and a sprinkling of romance: the current Ottawa Little Theatre production of Ken Ludwig’s The Three Musketeers has everything an adventure seeker could hope for.
Courtney Merchand: “Everything Burkett did worked to shatter the illusion that you were watching wooden marionettes.”
Were you lucky enough to catch Tory Lanez’s sold-out show at the Bronson Centre?
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.