By the time they hit the stage, The 27 Club was jam packed with fans eager to see the Edmonton band.
Sights & Sounds
Renowned photographer Jodi Cobb, known for lifting the curtain on hidden societies, comes to the National Arts Centre on Tuesday March 3 in the first of its new National Geographic Live Speaker Series.
Sharon King-Campbell is coming to Ottawa this weekend to tell the story of Original, a sixty minute one-woman show portraying three of the world’s first or “original” women of myth.
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to most in Ottawa-Gatineau!
Welcome to a very special leap year edition of the Weekend Roundup! There is plenty going on around town to celebrate the occasion and, if you were short on ideas, we here at Apt613 have got you covered!
“Everyone always says tap is coming back,” said Dorrance. What’s exciting about the show is that there aren’t many opportunities to see tap shows outside of some Broadway productions. “[The tap community] is insular, it’s a small community. It felt really exciting to be part of it, because it was a small community,” she said.
Ottawa’s biggest Muay Thai event returns to the Canadian War Museum for its fourth installment on February 29. Some of North America’s best fighters will square off in the LeBreton Gallery for one of Ottawa’s most popular combat sports events.
Indie improv comedy troupes are meeting in Ottawa for the 2020 Improv Festival.
The local mural program has officially launched into its tenth year in partnership with the City of Ottawa.
This award-winning documentary dives into the art of journalism and how to trust the news we’re given.
Supporting their most recent release, The Beaches made a stop in Ottawa last night.
Wakefield Doc Fest continues this weekend!
We’re still enjoying the pretty part of winter, and slowing down a little in the process
Art is many things for KJ. The main one is medicinal. KJ’s art often includes positive affirmations, such as “I Am Powerful And In Control,” “I Will Learn And Grow” or “You Deserve Good Things.” They hope these brief messages will lead to real positive change.
New this year is a pre-festival bash at Queen St. Fare featuring Bangers & Mash alumni the Mackenzie Rhythm Section and Slack Bridges on Saturday, February 29.