Hosted by CKCU 93.1 FM’s Kim Valentine and Jumpin’ Joel Flash, the one-night event was like a revue of Ottawa r&b and funk acts, with solo performances and guest artists accompanying one another.
As we head into peak spooky season, there are plenty of Halloween-themed things happening. But, if that’s not your jam, don’t worry—there’s lots to do without needing a costume.
This week is Week 2 of Fresh Meat! Starting with plays on Thursday, October 20, the festival ends this Saturday, October 22, with a late-night closing party from 10pm to 2am at Arts Court.
Fresh Meat Theatre Festival has announced the lineup for its 11th annual festival, which will run in the Arts Court Studio from October 13-22, 2022.
Ottawa Arts Initiative is hosting a Mayoral Town Hall on the arts and culture sector in Ottawa.
On this first fall weekend, there is so much to do to celebrate the arrival of this spectacular season. From your go-to fall activities like apple picking to a festival (or two) and a craft fair market (or four), this weekend has so much going on that you can’t possibly do it all.
Pique’s fall edition is coming to Arts Court on September 24.
With the Ottawa Fringe Festival’s 25-year bash on June 25 (at Arts Court), local writer McNally takes a look back at his own involvement with Fringe over the years.
After three years of anticipation, Ottawa’s Digital Arts Resource Centre (DARC) is unveiling the DARC SOUNDSTAGE: Ottawa’s newest affordable professional recording studio!
While this weekend’s weather looks questionable, that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying one (or many!) of this weekend’s events.
May 3 marked the opening night of the 24th annual Youth Infringement Festival (YIF), presented at Arts Court Theatre. Run entirely by young people throughout its history, YIF has presented over 150 new plays by writers under 25 years old.
To celebrate Digital Arts Resource Centre’s (DARC) 40th anniversary, Director Annette Hegel wants to not just look back at the last four decades but to look forward to the future and the present; “to make sense of this mess.”
Hiwa K’s 17-minute film Pre-Image, Blind as the Mother Tongue retraces his journey from Iraqi Kurdistan to Europe, now being shown at DARC as part of the 40th anniversary exhibition “Tending Land.”
In this Cart Before the Horse Theatre production, musician Martin Dawagne (aka Yarns) and actor Magan Carty join forces to present a musical storytelling experience in this unique performance of YARNS.
Exciting theatre news! Ottawa’s favourite indie theatre festival is returning live and in person this spring. Undercurrents: theatre below the mainstream will run from April 20–30 at Arts Court.