Sights & Sounds
Calling all Ottawa-area musicians, bands, singer-songwriters and music makers!
Sister Act plays at Meridian Centrepointe Theatres until March 17.
With a capacity of slightly below one hundred inside the rustic former schoolhouse, concertgoers are in for a unique evening.
“We have come to know this series as a great way to hear songs you love in an experience that totally envelopes you and introduces you to songs you may have not known before.”
Barbara Popel: “As the lights went up at the end of the harrowing second act, the opening night audience leapt to its feet to give the cast a well-deserved standing ovation.”
The double bill of two great Vancouver based acts had fans on site early, in anticipation for a night full of Pacific North West tunes.
The night ended on a high with Marcus Mumford saying, “As long as we are still a band, we will keep coming back.”
Our architecture photographer Ron Lavoie sets his sights on Carleton University in this photo series.
Mother Mother will be playing a sold out show at the Algonquin Commons Theatre on Thursday. Said The Whale is opening.
Ottawa has an impressive list of non-auditioned choirs, and the Ottawa Brahms Choir is just one example.
Prince Hamlet will run at the NAC until March 9, 2019. The play is bilingual, with English and American Sign Language (ASL) fully integrated throughout.
As the end of this season nears, there’s still plenty to be excited about at Orpheus Musical Theatre
Orpheus Musical Theatre explains how the team goes about choosing their shows and talks about the two shows still coming this spring in their current season.
If this thrilling season seems too far away—don’t despair! The wonderful talent at Orpheus Theatre still have two shows left this season.
Trinity’s planned development has Gigspace’s owner looking for new home.
Award winning Comedian DeAnne Smith brings their metaphorical (and literal) “mic drop of a show” to Ottawa on March 3rd at Arts Court Theatre.