Were it any other time but now, we’d all be rejoicing about the arrival of the Easter long weekend and an extra couple of days off of work but, for a lot of us, this past month has been the longest weekend ever.
BFFs: “Based on the book by Michael Ende, fans of the original story or the 1984 film adaption will not be disappointed.”
Happy holidays, folks! Around this time of year, no one is sure what day of the week it is and as such we have decided to write an extended Yuletide Roundup for you all. We’ve got the low-down on what is up this weekend, right through to New Year’s Eve.
Whether you are still searching for the perfect gift, hosting a Friendsmass dinner, or hoping to just have a good non-denominational time on the town we hope you stay warm, stay safe, and have yourselves a merry little weekend!
Holiday shopping really gets going this weekend across the 613, but there are also great theatre and music options if you’re looking to keep it cultural.
Stars will be performing at the NAC with a 90-piece orchestra, a first for the band.
The Hockey Sweater falls firmly into the pop musical category; think Dear Evan Hanson or a Stephen Sondheim musical.
Soul band Slack Bridges are taking their show to one of the biggest stages in the city with a concert at the National Arts Centre on December 7, 2018.
The Alonzo King LINES Ballet brings Sutra to NAC, celebrates 35th season of innovative dance—11.16.18 & 11.17.18
On November 16, world-renowned LINES Ballet is bringing the latest creation of esteemed choreographer Alonzo King to the National Arts Centre for a performance well outside the bounds of what most people expect from a ballet.
Jayme Stone, banjo player extraordinaire, and his fine four-piece band share the folk song treasures in their Folklife performance at the NAC.
Fall weather has most certainly arrived, and with it comes Thanksgiving long weekend.
If you wanted to give the new kinder, gentler NAC a try, you might want to start with a Pops concert.
This weekend, dancer Jonathan Renna will travel back to Ottawa with the National Ballet of Canada to perform in John Cranko’s Onegin at the NAC.
“I thought what it would be like if the audience helped us create these musical spaces. Every performance will be different thanks to the participation of the audience.”
I never thought that performers truly burst onto stage but that is what Donnell Leahy and Natalie MacMaster did at their sold-out Christmas concert at the National Arts Centre.