Kabriya CoghlanArts Writer
“It’s got gods, it’s got monsters, it’s got sex and violence, it’s got wisdom and afterlife and all kinds of interesting features.”
The trio was interviewed on this week’s episode of Apt613 Live, and they talked about mixing fun, power pop songs with important social commentary, their punk roots and influences, and why they’re looking forward to playing at Arboretum Festival this year.
There were a lot of laughs in Strathcona Park on the opening night of Odyssey Theatre’s fantastically funny The Servant of Two Masters.
Odyssey Theatre is kicking off the 31st season of Theatre Under the Stars in Strathcona Park with a brand new adaptation of Carlo Goldini’s The Servant of Two Masters.
A Tribe Called Red released a video Tuesday called “The Manawan Session,” which follows them as they travel to Manawan, Atikamekw Nation, in Quebec, in order to record new music with Black Bear Singers, a drum group from the community of Manawan, of the Atikamekw nation in Quebec. The eight-minute, documentary-style video explores the collaboration between the […]
Fresh off the release of their new single, “Lonely Heart,” Toronto’s Dragonette are coming to Ottawa for a show on Saturday at Glowfair, the free two-day music, light, and art festival that will be taking over ten blocks of downtown Bank St. this weekend. The electro-pop band is made up of singer-songwriter Martina Sorbara, drummer […]
Charlie Ross brought his One Man Star Wars Trilogy to Ottawa’s Centrepointe Theatre Wednesday night. It was a special performance to fundraise for the 20th Ottawa Fringe Festival. The play debuted on the Fringe circuit in 2001 and has since grown into a Lucasfilm-licensed production. It’s impossible to review the show without the disclaimer that […]