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Basement 819 du 25 juin :: Hommage à Jimmy C. Newman, Fête du Canada à la mode électro-house, Le Grenier pièce de théâtre historique, Éric émet une alerte : concerts à profusion

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Le temps d’un hommage en l’honneur de Jimmy C. Newman Né à Highpoint en Louisiane en 1927 dans la paroisse d’Evangeline, Jimmy C. Newman a quitté notre monde à Nashville le 21 juin dernier. Jimmy est un des artistes cadiens les plus connus. Sa carrière s’est principalement déroulé à Nashville au Tennessee. Pour en savoir plus, consultez sa page Facebook. Il nous laisse une joie de vivre à saveur country. On se souvient de Lâche pas la patate, bien sûr! Basement 819 vous présente cette semaine une myriade de concerts... | Continue reading article

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Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

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So it’s an almost-kind-of long weekend, with the sun shining and the city full of activities. The Fringe Festival continues, with theatre options to suit just about everyone. Not sure what play to catch? We reviewed all the plays to help you out – check out our Fully Fringed section to see which ones are hits and which ones might just be misses. The Fringe just isn’t about plays – they’ve got a few free concerts at their Courtyard this weekend, too. Crissi Cochrane and Three Little Birds are there... | Continue reading article

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Basement 819 du 18 juin :: Les Mosquitos en studio! Lunch Beat dans le Vieux-Hull et c’est parti pour le Ottawa Fringe Festival. On confirme, l’été c’est fait pour jouer!

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L’équipe de Basement 819 vous recommande un échantillon d’activités parmi la fulgurante brochette d’événements en cours en ce moment. Les Mosquitos en studio! Basés à Aylmer, mignonne petite ville de la région, Les Mosquitos sont venus exprimer leurs passions intérieures à l’émission. Connus pour leur puissance sur scène, leur pouvoir attractif et leur beat reggae-beachy, on chill régulier avec ce band qui nous sert des sensations d’été-ska à la sublime. Finalistes au concours LiVE 88.5 Big Money Shot, les favoris de la région ont reçu la nomination pour le “Best... | Continue reading article

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Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

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Good thing this weekend has the longest days of the year – with so much happening, you’ll need those extra hours of sunshine to pack it all in! If you’re down at the Fringe Festival, be sure to stop by the courtyard to say hi – we’ll be reviewing all of the Fringe plays again this year, within 24 hours of their first performance. Catch all of our reviews over in our Fully Fringed section! For Thursday, we’ve got the Le pARTy Art Auction, the Ottawa Art Gallery’s fundraiser auction... | Continue reading article

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Fringe Festival Preview – Kitt & Jane: an interactive survival guide to the Near-Post-Apocalyptic Future

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Photo courtesy of SNAFU from ottawafringe.com.Photo courtesy of SNAFU from ottawafringe.com.

SNAFU Dance theatre | Actual Run Time: 75 Minutes Editor’s note: For the last five year’s Apartment613 has reviewed every single Ottawa Fringe play in our Fully Fringed initiative. This year we sent Dev Marr to the Montreal Fringe to do a bit of recognisance on some of the plays heading to Ottawa later this week. The Montreal Fringe runs until June 22, while the Ottawa Festival starts this Thursday, June 19. Check out all of Apt613’s reviews here. The company that brought you Little Orange Man is back with... | Continue reading article

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The Burden of Self Awareness: Q&A with Eric Coates and Arthur Milner

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Eric Coates, Artistic Director of the GCTC, right, during rehearsals in late May 2014. All photos by Kenneth Ingram.Eric Coates, Artistic Director of the GCTC, right, during rehearsals in late May 2014. All photos by Kenneth Ingram.

Eric Coates is the Artistic Director of the Great Canadian Theatre Company. He also plays the character Michael in The Burden of Self Awareness. This production marks his stage debut at the GCTC. We caught up with him in advance of the production’s launch. Our interview with Arthur Milner follows. Apt613: It’s the GCTC’s 39th anniversary season and it’s coming to an end with The Burden of Self Awareness. Why have you saved it for last? Coates: That was partly just a scheduling necessity because of the availability of other... | Continue reading article

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Lunch Out Loud Ottawa 77- Fringe Festival Preview & Brock Zeman

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Andrew, Patrick and Nick at Fringe Festival headquartersAndrew, Patrick and Nick at Fringe Festival headquarters

Episode 77 of Lunch Out Loud Ottawa is up! We meet with Patrick Gauthier, the director of the Ottawa Fringe Festival . We met up with him at the Fringe Festival headquarters to know a bit more about him, what the festival is all about, how to get involved in the festival, where performers like to eat and sleep, news for this years festival and we preview several exciting acts! Such an interesting episode! Music this week is from Brock Zeman who can be seen at Westfest today at 6pm!... | Continue reading article

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Basement 819 du 11 juin 2014 :: La Nouvelle Scène nous sort en grand! Trouvez les meilleurs sièges pour la Coupe du monde de la FIFA! Festoyez, c’est l’été!

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C’est parti pour vrai. L’été est débarqué avec la promesse de faire briller la région avec des événements festifs. La Nouvelle-Scène toute emballlée Le jour du lancement de la programmation 2014-2015, le théâtre de la Nouvelle-Scène obtenait son permis de construction pour prendre pignon sur rue sur King Edward à Ottawa. En attendant d’obtenir un tout nouveau lieu tout frais, plusieurs salles qui ont de la classe vont recevoir les événements de la programmation 2014-2015. Éric nous présente à l’émission une série d’événements à ne pas manquer dans les prochains... | Continue reading article

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Weekend roundup + movie pass giveaway

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It’s set to be another busy, sunny Ottawa weekend, folks – this week, we’re giving away tickets to the first-run screenings of We Are the Best down at the Bytowne. Read on to find out how you can win! Ottawa Explosion Weekend kicked off their music festival last night, but don’t worry – you’ve got plenty of chances to catch the rest. Ottawa band The Tropical Dripps starts off the night at Club Saw tonight, and the rest of the weekend features shows by The Creeps, New Swears, Slow Mover... | Continue reading article

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Q&A with George F. Walker, Playwright

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George F. Walker, Playwright - The Burden of Self Awareness. Photo provided by The Great Canadian Theatre Company.George F. Walker, Playwright - The Burden of Self Awareness. Photo provided by The Great Canadian Theatre Company.

George F. Walker, 66, is a distinguished Canadian playwright and screenwriter. He was made a member of the Order of Canada in 1996 and is the recipient of numerous awards, including three Governor General Awards. His The Burden of Self Awareness premiered at the Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) earlier this month. We sat down with him on May 29th to talk about the production, its inspiration and what drew him to the GCTC. Apt613: In the blurb that everyone will read[about the play], there are three magical ingredients: sex,... | Continue reading article

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