Sights & Sounds
Lights will perform at Algonquin Commons Theatre with special guests Dear Rouge on Wednesday April 4.
Sir Rod Stewart played Canadian Tire Centre on Friday evening.
For many, this weekend in Ottawa will include references to a giant anthropomorphic bunny with a fascination with chocolate. For others, it won’t.
Whether you’re celebrating the long weekend with family or by your lonesome, there’s plenty to do. Check out our list of the highlights below.
Marc Adornato’s Ruined Landscapes painting series will be the Diefenbunker Museum from April 5 to July 15.
Betroffenheit is playing at the National Arts Centre for two nights April 6–7, 2018.
If you like your theatre strong, make sure to catch the Tennessee Williams classic A Streetcar Named Desire playing at the Ottawa Little Theatre through to April 7.
They’ll be in Ottawa on March 29th at House of TARG.
After 18 years going solo, Nelly can still draw in crowds, as the sold out show at Algonquin College Theatre clearly showed.
With a brand new album released 49 years after becoming a band, Judas Priest took to the stage at TD Place on Sunday March 25.
Playwright David Yee’s carried away on the crest of a wave is at the National Arts Centre from March 21 to April 1.
More than a 100 people turned out for a fundraising dinner and awards ceremony in Ottawa to honour Canadian comedy stars Andrea Martin and Colin Mochrie.
All of the hits were played, from “Hot Blooded” to “Cold As Ice” to “Juke Box Hero”.
Six politically- and socially-charged plays are being presented on the GCTC’s main stage in the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre.
Look behind the scenes of 613TV video shoot.
Spring has sprung and we’re looking at sunshine and positive temperatures this weekend! We’ve got theatre, concerts, food and more lined up this weekend.