November is National Novel Writing Month in Canada!
Both events are free of charge and both locations are accessible.
Ghost Water Kiss is an Ottawa author’s new collection of illustrated short stories which film director Guillermo del Toro calls “a landscape of enormous inner and outer beauty.”
Lost Baggage Musical Theatre hosted a two night cabaret at LIVE! On Elgin celebrating the work of one of Broadway’s latest darlings.
Jennifer Cavanagh: “Masterfully performed… Ho’s acting finesse and his accomplished skills as a musician weave an emotional backdrop that becomes utterly entrancing.”
David Currie: “They have transformed La Nouvelle Scène into a time machine, a time capsule, a laboratory, or possibly into something that has never existed before… It isn’t hyperbole to call it brilliant.”
The Aboriginal dance company, which hails from Australia, is performing for two nights at the NAC this weekend.
A Middle East Soirée in Ottawa benefits Capital Rainbow Refuge, local organization bringing LGBTQ refugees to safety—11.23.19
This will be its first edition in Ottawa, and it has been a joint effort between Capital Rainbow Refuge and Syrian-Canadian author, public speaker, community activist Ahmad Danny Ramadan.
Canadian author and playwright Chris Gatchalian is reading from his memoir Double Melancholy: Art, Beauty, and the Making of a Brown Queer Man—11.21.19
Chris Gatchalian’s book launch event is at Arts Court on Thursday evening November 21. Admission is free.
The Ottawa Adventure Film Festival has multiple screenings and events happening from November 15–24 at the Mayfair Theatre, Gatineau Park, the University of Ottawa, Beyond the Pale Brewing Company and more venues.
Longtime fans of the band will be excited to know the setlist includes a complete performance of Moist’s debut album, Silver, including hits the band had never played live before this tour.