Theatre Preview: “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and  Living in Paris” at The Gladstone 1

Preview by Allyson Domanski It’s been nearly four decades since Jacques Brel was alive or well or living in Paris and nearly five decades since “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris” played in Ottawa. Stirred from sleep, the music of the Belgian…

The Youth Perspective: What I saw at The Ottawa International Animation Festival
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Article by Will McDonald This year was the 40th anniversary of The Ottawa International Animation Festival, and with over 2000 film entries, it really turned out well. The festival ran from Wednesday, September 21 to Sunday, September 25 and was held at such locations as Saint…

Festival fashion is back! 7
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Tickets are on sale. The excitement is mounting. Now, there’s only one question remaining for music fans this summer: What are you wearing to RBC Bluesfest? Fashion lovers will have their answer on Saturday, June 4th, 2016, when RBC Bluesfest launches the official fashion line…

George F. Walker’s The End of Civilization: TICKET GIVEAWAY!
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Same Day Theatre is proud to present the Ottawa premiere of George F. Walker’s The End of Civilization. This black comedy-mystery runs from May 13 – 31st, 2015, at the Gladstone Theatre.  Previews shows are May 13 & 14.  Ottawa Tonite has 2 tickets to GIVEAWAY…

Dance Review by Lys Stevens ‘Ludique’ is one of those French words that seems so much more rich and filled with possibilities of meaning than it’s English equivalent – ‘playful.’ Franco-Ontarioan choreographer Anik Bouvrette’s latest creation, Les Souliers d’Angélie is a perfect embodiment of the…

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Article by Roch Parisien Rock’n’roll hall of famer PATTI SMITH was a most genial host while launching the 2013 edition of the Ottawa Folk Festival last night…and a pretty decent scratch golfer to boot (more on that later). “We’re going to start with a benediction”…

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Article by Allan Wigney “This is not,” Barnstorm’s organizer tic stresses, a “punk rock festival.” Neither is it, despite the description on sponsor CKCU’s website, a “country music” festival. But there will be punk rock. Country music too. It’s all part of a rich mix…