Short films, groundbreaking collabs, world premieres and feature films are being screened at Mirror Mountain Film Festival. Tickets cost $5.
Fresh Meat 6 runs until Sunday October 22 at Arts Court Studio (2 Daly Avenue).
La série Face à Face est de retour dans de nouveaux espaces à Ottawa pour célébrer les chorégraphes canadiens émergents.
Fresh Meat theatre festival plays in Arts Court Studio (2 Daly Avenue) from October 12–14 and 19–21.
If – a year ago – you asked someone to describe Fresh Meat, they’d probably say something along the lines of “local festival of new experimental theatre creations in Ottawa.” And, if we’re being honest, like most things in theatre, they’d probably also describe it as white AF.
For decades, the Ottawa International Animation Festival has attracted film and animation buffs, art lovers and filmmakers from around the globe. You won’t want to miss this year’s exciting line-up of screenings, workshops, panels and parties.
Eric Coates: “New work will only thrive as long as we celebrate the impulse to create it.”
Now a mainstay in the Ottawa theatre season, Fresh Meat has presented more than 50 world premieres of short plays. Fresh Meat 6 runs for two weekends from October 12–21 at the Arts Court Studio.
Apt613 contributor Jessica Ruano is joined by a member of the local theatre community, Arden Usin. They share their thoughts on some of the shows seen recently at the Canada Scene Festival (running June 15 to July 23).
Well Ottawa, summer is finally here and fun events are non-stop! All weekend The Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival takes place this weekend at Mooney’s Bay, and there’s lots to enjoy! From family friendly activities to concerts Thursday, Friday and Saturday, this is an event you won’t want to miss! Another great summer staple kicks off […]
Brain Carrol: “Their ensemble work is tight.”
Photos from Day 2 at Ottawa Explosion Weekend.
Photos from the first night of concerts at Ottawa Explosion Weekend.
Julia Bueneman: “Go see this absolute powerhouse of a man and show. You won’t regret it.”
Julia Bueneman: “Lovely dive into Hungarian culture, it featured Hungarian music, some of the language, dance and song.”