We review the Museum of Nature’s first adult sleepover party.
The exhibition features the work of more than 70 artists from 16 countries, connected to nearly 40 Indigenous nations, ethnicities and tribal affiliations.
Ryan Pepper: “One question this show raises is: why does it have to be performed by two people? And more importantly, why couldn’t it just have been an Inuit show? The answer to that actually lies in the show.”
A young local band sold out LIVE! on Elgin for their debut EP release party.
Madeline Paiva: “This Wizard of Oz is a welcome addition to the infamous story. The visual, choreographic, and orchestral choices really make this version familiar, but in an entirely new way.”
A new brewpub has opened a couple doors down from Bar Robo (R.I.P.) in Chinatown.
From skating to music to theatre, read on for ideas for your weekend.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet returns to the National Arts Centre for The Wizard of Oz January 23rd through 25th.
Nine years after its debut, Flight Distance’s classic album Bad Information is seeing a limited vinyl release.
The new club is financially backed by a major Spanish club and aims to begin play at TD Place in 2020.
Broadway Across Canada Ottawa season tickets are now available. Last year’s subscription pass holders have until February 27, 2020 to renew subscriptions with guaranteed seats.
From the start, Alex Cuba and his multi-talented band captivated the crowd at Babs Asper Theatre of the National Arts Centre.