In this Cart Before the Horse Theatre production, musician Martin Dawagne (aka Yarns) and actor Magan Carty join forces to present a musical storytelling experience in this unique performance of YARNS.
Exciting theatre news! Ottawa’s favourite indie theatre festival is returning live and in person this spring. Undercurrents: theatre below the mainstream will run from April 20–30 at Arts Court.
The spring edition of Pique took over the Ottawa Art Gallery on Saturday, March 19th, and impressed guests with experimental art productions by Ottawa, Montreal, and Canadian artists, a film screening, and countless fun experiences.
While it faced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Paint it Up! mural program found a way to keep moving forward and continues to provide Ottawa’s youth with opportunities for personal growth and the chance to engage with the local art community.
The International Film Festival of Ottawa (IFFO) launches its in-person festival March 9, 2022, providing cinephiles and Ottawa locals with the opportunity to experience an eclectic mix of 50+ globally recognized shorts and features.
Pique is going to take over Arts Court with live music, sound and art installations on March 19.
With six concerts already annoounced, Ottawa Chamberfest has added a few more events to their spring 2021-22 concert series.
TD Ottawa Jazz Festival will broadcast the greatest hits “from the vault” for the 2022 edition of Winter Jazzfest.
Renowned vocalists Holly Cole, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson headline the 2022 Winter Jazz Fest
Winter Jazz Fest will cover two weekends instead of one.
If you’d rather wait til December 1 to get into the holiday mood, there are plenty of other options this weekend.
The one-day event will take place at Arts Court on December 4.
EUFF is an annual event taking place in November of each year to feature the best of present-day cinema produced in the European Union.
We are picking four lucky cinema lovers to enjoy the EUFF amazing film selection.
Ran out of movies on Netflix? Don’t worry, the Ottawa Canadian Film Festival has you covered. The festival features local films and can be streamed for a small fee. Here, Catherine Horsley highlights her top local picks.
The 2021 European Union Film Festival will release one or two new films every day from Nov. 12 to 28. All films will be available for 48 hours after their scheduled start date.