So grab your ticket before the short run ends on Saturday!
Given urgency by the emerging zeitgeist, The Omnibus Bill promises to be timely and challenging.
Welcome to your May long weekend, Ottawa! The weather may be questionable, but the number of awesome events is not. Read on for some of our top picks.
Brian Carroll: “Lewd, sexy, ribald, hilariously funny, richly entertaining and bold!”
This remarkable play tells the true story of the “whale man from Newfoundland”, Memorial University professor Dr. Jon Lien, who dedicated his life to freeing whales caught in fishing nets.
Award-winning international theatre comes to town for the Ottawa Children’s Festival—05.08.19 to 05.12.19
The Ottawa Children’s Festival takes place at LeBreton Flats Park from May 8–12, 2019.
On top of this beautifully written story the performances will leave you in awe.
The Gladstone is guaranteed to be one of the busiest venues in Ottawa next season.
The National Arts Centre’s new Indigenous Theatre company has unveiled its inaugural season.
Definitely not the same Cherry Tree Lane we all grew up on.
An astonishing true story, The Pigeon King brings to the stage the Canadian Ponzi scheme that bankrupted thousands of farmers in rural Ontario and beyond.
Showtimes are at 7:30pm and 9pm both nights.
Barb Popel: “Dief the Chief… is Pierre Brault’s best work as a playwright.”
If you’ve ever dared enter IKEA with a significant other or thought it would be “fun” to assemble furniture with someone—you’ve had this fight.
This is a show that you don’t want to miss, with local and out of town performers taking the stage.