Friday night, Dan Mangan made his much-awaited return to Algonquin Commons Theatre. The show’s opener was Georgia Harmer.
Algonquin Commons Theatre
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The spookiest weekend of the year is almost upon us! There’s so much to do this weekend, both Halloween-infused and otherwise. Don’t scare yourself too much with indecision!
Michael Kaeshammer, Florian Hoefner Trio, Chuck Copenance Group, and Matthew Stevens are playing Jazzfest’s fall series.
This weekend marks the end of the year’s shortest month, which has managed to feel like the longest. We’ve almost come full circle, as we approach a full year in this weird pandemic world. With restrictions eased, there are in person events on the docket this weekend, complemented by a variety of online events if you aren’t yet ready to get back out there. Without further ado, here’s the lowdown on what’s up this weekend in Ottawa.
When writing her latest book, Making Our Way Home: The Great Migration and the Black American Dream, Imani knew she wanted to discuss colourism and women’s roles in different social movements.
CityFolk may have come and gone this month, but there’s still great folk music coming to town this month, capped off with Cape Breton’s Jimmy Rankin gracing the stage at the Algonquin Commons Theatre this Friday night, September 27th.
Action Bronson made his way into town on Monday night for a show at Algonquin Commons Theatre.
We don’t want to spoil anything for future audiences, but we will say to make sure to sharpen up your Quidditch skills.
Working with Eminem, Kendrick, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Lil’ Wayne and many more, Tech N9ne has a catalogue of hits spanning back to 1997.
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.
Mother Mother will be playing a sold out show at the Algonquin Commons Theatre on Thursday. Said The Whale is opening.
Vancouver’s Dan Mangan made his way to a sold-out Algonquin Commons Theatre on a snowy Tuesday night.
The duo features the likes of Derek Wise and 88 Camino, who were signed by The Weeknd to XO Records several years ago.