Welcome to another October weekend roundup! Fall is showing itself across the National Capital Region and rain or shine, there’s plenty to do this long weekend.
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.
BEING Studio is proud to announce the Glamour Ball: Screening and Fundraiser event featuring six short films made by BEING artists and a documentary made about BEING Studio.
A play-by-play of the Art Battle Ottawa Championship, the painting tournament that returned last week after a pandemic hiatus.
Colin Noden: “We are drawn in, to Ed and a world which is interesting and quirky … he appears to be taking a chance on art.”
Julia Bueneman: “Combining skilled magic, 1930s grit, time travel, standup and audience participation, Dirk Darrow: Future Past Magic is a compelling and energized play that had me giggling, stunned and picking my jaw up off the floor.”
Gauthier and Caplan: “Whether you are well versed in Noël Coward’s work, or just recognize his name, this cabaret-style show will pull you into his life, his vast catalogue, and his impact on the world of theatre and pop culture.”
Barbara Popel: “I was expecting a less-than-polished coming of age monologue …. Instead, I got a polished, funny, touching story from a talented charming performer. Within a few minutes, she had the audience (yours truly included) in the palm of her hand.”
Club SAW will host not one but TWO great underrated unique rock bands Thursday night when NOBRO and the OBGMs co-headline a double-barrelled shot of punk at the intimate venue as part of their Stay Rad Tour.
Presented by Alliance Francaise Ottawa together with the Embassy of France, we are invited to step into Gatha’s unique musical universe this Wednesday, June 15th at Club SAW.
“If you like creativity, you’re in the club,” declares the Ottawa Design Club‘s (ODC) motto. But it’s one thing to say it, and another to bring it to life with a spectacular event! The first-ever in-person gathering for ODC, Event 0005 – ORIGINS, brought together Ottawa creatives at Club SAW on Thursday, May 26. “The […]
Welcome to tulip season, friends! It seems like the whole city has come alive in the last week, with the magnolias exploding off their branches and the tulips suddenly coming out of nowhere. We are solidly heading towards a warm, welcoming spring.
Debaser hosted Mother Tongues, Tinkertoy Fog Machine, and Avalon Tassonyi in a sonically diverse evening at Club SAW ranging from introspective banjo to buzzsaw guitars.
EXPRESSIONS is a monthly Amapiano afrobeat dance party organized by Seiiizi.
The spring edition of Pique took over the Ottawa Art Gallery on Saturday, March 19th, and impressed guests with experimental art productions by Ottawa, Montreal, and Canadian artists, a film screening, and countless fun experiences.