Who’s ready for a long weekend? Without further ado, here are some picks for your Easter weekend in Ottawa.
Barb Popel: “Dief the Chief… is Pierre Brault’s best work as a playwright.”
The National Arts Centre Orchestra presents their program of Ravel and Vivier on April 17 and 18 at the National Arts Centre.
Andrea Gibson is at the National Arts Centre Monday April 15, 2019.
Jenny McMaster is a fibres artist with a new show at Espace Pierre-Debain in Aylmer. Her show Ruptured Planes is an interesting exploration of her medium and mythologies about the Earth’s structure.
This weekend is about supporting local, be it sports, sugar shacks, or Swedish Furniture.
Wheelers Maple is an amazingly diverse place for a sugarbush. They have two museums in rustic log buildings, a playground, a zipline, a blacksmith, hiking trails and more.
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal brings Giselle to the National Arts Centre from April 4 to 6, for the first time in twenty years.
This week, Great Canadian Theatre Company revealed five plays in their next season, as well as a festival which kicks things off in September 2019.
It’s technically the first weekend of spring, so the sun should be shining, the puddles will be forming, and Ottawaians (Ottawans?) may start to feel like spring will actually happen!
There’s a lot to take in from the recent announcement of more than 100 shows.
Whether you’re celebrating Pi Day or St Patrick’s Day, this is a great weekend to round up some friends and have a good time.
Barbara Popel: “As the lights went up at the end of the harrowing second act, the opening night audience leapt to its feet to give the cast a well-deserved standing ovation.”
Season Preview: Predictions for Ottawa Fury FC before the USL Championship opener on Saturday—03.09.19
Before the boys take to the pitch, there’s a lot for fans to get caught up on. Ottawa Fury FC kicks off their 2019 season in Charleston, South Carolina on Saturday, March 9. The Bytown Boys supporters’ club is hosting a viewing party at The Senate Tavern on Bank Street.
The days are growing longer and spring is just around the corner. In the wee hours of Sunday morn’, we will spring forward and the sun will set an hour later.