Here’s a list of what’s playing at Ottawa’s independent cinemas for the second half of November.
On Friday night, Ottawa rock and metal fans came out in droves to the sold-out show by Los Angeles comedic glam metal band, Steel Panther, at Algonquin Commons Theatre.
After a surprisingly warm start to November, we’ve got some cooler temperatures in the forecast for this weekend. The good news is that we’ve also got plenty of events lined up to keep you busy.
On November 11, Canadians do their part to remember the brave men and women who fought for our country and its people. If you want to participate in a Remembrance Day ceremony, here is a round-up of events happening throughout Ottawa.
The VOTW is “Chasing the Silence” by Violentene, a dreamy, synthpop-darkwave masterpiece for all you 80s fans.
This Thursday marks the opening night of the world premiere of Forever Young: A Ghetto Story, a play written by Darrah Teitel and directed by Sarah Kitz of the Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC).
In record time, Côté Fleurs went from the web to Parkdale Market to a brick-and-mortar store. On November 10, bilingual owner Gabrielle Hui St-Aubin’s flower subscription business will move indoors and add a flower bar, Grab’n’Go bouquets, a make-your-own-dried-flower-arrangement station and a Made in Ottawa gift shop featuring many favourite local makers to their operation, all before turning one year old! A standout achievement, much like their stunning floral offerings.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about. All the best arts and culture gigs in our local network.
Odyssey Theatre has created a podcast series of dramas called The Other Path: a set of five unrelated stories in which old fairy tales have been reimagined in a modern setting.
As we creep closer to cold weather, we find ourselves right in the middle of the annual sleepy post-Halloween/pre-holidays time of year. This is a bit of a recharging weekend, so dig out your cold weather gear, check out some chill cultural events this weekend, start working on your holiday shopping plan, and don’t forget that the clocks fall back this Saturday night!