National Arts Centre
The Book of Mormon, while maybe not for everyone, is a stunning performance with exceptional talent. The show is a Broadway musical that centres on a group of Mormon boys, headed by Elder Price (Gabe Gibbs) and Elder Cunningham (Conner Peirson), who are tasked with bringing the Mormon faith to a village in Uganda.
This week on the podcast, we’re highlighting two very different musicians who will be performing at the National Arts Centre.
Songwriter extraordinaire Ron Sexsmith is at the National Arts Centre for an evening of his latest album, The Last Rider, featuring songs from his second album, Other Songs, which is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary.
The Writes of Spring: Tim Baker, Amelia Curran, Donovan Woods & Hawksley Workman join up for a songwriters’ circle on Friday night
The Writes of Spring tour comes to the NAC Theatre (1 Elgin St) on April 28 at 7:30pm.
Jim Bryson is collaborating with jazz arranger Petr Cancura for a special concert at the NAC Studio on Friday, April 21.
The National Arts Centre has announced the thousand or so artists performing in Ottawa for the first-ever Canada Scene festival this summer.
We catch up with producer Heather Gibson, now six months on the job. The NAC Presents 2017–18 series will be unveiled this spring.
Three time Juno nominee, Polaris long listed and ECMA winner Jenn Grant performed at the NAC Theatre with special guest Jenny Berkel.
If there is one thing of which Jenn is certain, she loves playing her new music live. Jenn Grant performs at the National Arts Centre Theatre on Saturday March 25.
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Joel and Bill Plaskett perform at the National Arts Centre on March 18. Apt613 has a pair of tickets to give away.
Infinity by award-winning Ottawa playwright Hannah Moscovitch is on at the National Arts Centre until March 11.
The 2017–18 National Arts Centre season is an exciting lineup of dance, theatre, and music, and will feature the NAC’s new performance spaces being unveiled this year.
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Jean-Michel Blais is a marvellously creative pianist whose debut album has been turning heads. His upcoming concert at the National Arts Centre has already sold out.