We asked Mercury Filmworks what goes into making such a fun loving and engaging show.
This week on the podcast, we catch up with Akbar Johnson, frontman for the Hard Rock Montreal band: Special Ops.
Austin is preparing for the release of his new single. He’ll be playing a show at House of Targ on August 24th.
This week on the podcast we’re talking to Pride’s Festival Producer, Mike Connors, to find out more about the week-long fest, which takes place August 21–27, 2017 all around Ottawa.
This week on the podcast, we take you on a spiritual journey with Zaum’s unique meditative mantra doom vibe and sound.
This week on the podcast, we’re chatting with actors Phillip Merriman and Zoe Georgaras, who play the title characters in Bear & Co’s outdoor production of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ currently touring around parks in Ottawa until July 30th.
Apt613 contributor Jessica Ruano is joined by a member of the local theatre community, Arden Usin. They share their thoughts on some of the shows seen recently at the Canada Scene Festival (running June 15 to July 23).
Sari Schorr plays RBC Bluesfest on July 16th on the Bluesville Stage.
This week on the podcast, Apt613 contributor Jessica Ruano is joined by two guests, theatre producer Lesley Parlane and local writer David Currie. They share their thoughts on some of the shows so far at the NAC’s Canada Scene Festival.
The new Canadian History Hall is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition on Canadian history ever developed.
This week on the podcast, we interview Steve Arpin, the only Canadian driver racing in the Red Bull Global Rallycross circuit.
“The Egyptian Jon Stewart” spoke to Apt613 about Al Bernameg – the most popular political satire show in the Middle East – and how satire can be used as a tool to enact change.
This week on the show, we’re talking with political cartoonist and University of Ottawa professor Omid Milani. We talk about the new documentary Tickling Giants (playing June 7th at the ByTowne Cinema, a presentation of One World Film Festival) and about the importance of satire in defending freedoms.
As founder Elaina Martin put’s it, Westfest is “the people’s festival.” With Westfest in it’s 14th year, Apt613 talks to Martin about what Westfest is all about, its efforts towards reconciliation, and making Westfest Ottawa’s most accessible and diverse festival.
Williams talks about his journey from England to Canada and the career path that has brought him to Ottawa.