Quickly establishing itself as the launching pad for new local (both professional and independent) work, the Fringe has taken it upon itself to bring back certain shows for encore performances allowing audiences that final chance to see something that might have sold out its run completely during the Fringe. This also makes a nice fundraiser (I’m assuming) for this organization where it can accumulate some funds off of the box office unlike at the Festival proper. Thus, by attending an event of this sort you are supporting both artist and organization which ultimately comes back (hopefully anyways) to benefit you, the spectator.
Reconnect with old friends, make new ones, support the arts, but above all, savour authentic northern Italian food from one of the most talked about and appreciated restaurants in the city. Recently nominated for EnRoute Magazine’s top 10 new restaurants to eat in Canada, North & Navy is arguably the most beautiful place to dine in the capital.
Should social justice be on the minds of Polaris Music Prize jurors when creating their short and long list of nominees? Should diversity come into play? Should the jury be gender balanced? How important is it to you that musicians be reputable on and off the stage?
Tonight on the 8th floor of 150 Elgin Street, a Meetup will come about. It’s at Shopify—have you heard of it?—and will interest anyone who relishes creative self-development. Courtney Symons, one of the organizers of the #The100DayProject Ottawa Meetup said one can, “expect to find a room full of creative people who are looking for […]
Get a preview of NAC Presents 5th Anniversary season with a playlist, teaser video, and some serious must-see names including Hey Rosetta!, Yukon Blonde, & Royal Wood.