Sights & Sounds
Juno Award winning artist Boogát is going to dance the house down at Mercury Lounge this Friday November 10.
In the days leading up to the reopening of the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa, Apt613’s Brenda Dunn sat down with Jonathan Hobin, Creative Director for SPAO.
Sanita Fejzic: “All queer cinema is should be celebrated and I hope you’ll check this film out and enjoy it for what it is: a lighthearted coming out story told from an immigrant perspective.”
A 100 foot tall wall at the Canada Science and Technology Museum is getting a major makeover by local artist and Hubber Eric Chan, known by his professional name, Eepmon, in collaboration with local social impact technology company, Kind Village.
Silverstein performed Saturday night at the Brass Monkey.
Rock For Public Services celebrated their 10th anniversary in style Saturday night with amazing performances by The Cooper Brothers, Kathleen Edwards, and Colin James.
On Tuesday November 7, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church is presenting a public lecture featuring Tim Cook of the Canadian War Museum and Dominique Boulais of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Barbara Popel: “Prodigal Son tackles a topic that is new to 9th Hour and one that is rarely, to my knowledge, addressed on stage – that LGBTQ people of faith are often rejected by their childhood faith communities and are misunderstood within their LGBTQ community.”
Stephen Cook: “The performance is community theatre, a small local production furnished with amateurs who work hard to give the audience the best show they can.”
Great Canadian Theatre Company has partnered with six chefs to present a pop-up restaurant for one night in the run of each play this season.
The Inside Out Film Festival is back in town from November 10–12, 2017 at the National Gallery of Canada.
After what seems like a month of halloween, November has come. As the rain turns to snow and the city prepares to slumber, Ottawa’s weekend warriors will make a desperate last stand against the coming winter.
Comedian T.J. Miller will visit Ottawa for the first time to perform Friday November 3 at the National Arts Centre as part of the Just For Laughs Alternative Comedy Tour.
A wide variety of consumers and businesses descended on the capital this past weekend for the first annual Lift Cannabis and Hemp Expo.
Propeller Dance, Ottawa’s all abilities dance group, celebrates Ten Years of Triumph! with events including a Canada Day performance for royalty.