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Review: Cirque's Volta transcends mundane inspirations, blossoms into dazzling display

The Cirque du Soleil production runs until Aug. 27 under a big top on the Zibi Site in Gatineau's Hull sector.

Cirque du Soleil's Volta brings hair-raising spectacles to Zibi site

Volta When: Aug. 3 to 27, except Mondays; 8 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and 5 p.m. Sunday; 4:30 Thursday to Saturday and 1:30 p.m. Sunday Where: Zibi Site, 2 Laurier St., Gatineau (Hull sector) Tickets: starting at $39 at  Last week, Danila Bim vacationed in Ottawa and was able to catch up on her personal […]

Preview: Louis RielA operaA takes on new meaning in a modern age

By Lauren La Rose Louis Riel was originally created to mark Canada’s centennial in 1967, but a new incarnation of the opera about the famed Metis leader has an added poignancy given the current era of truth and reconciliation with indigenous peoples, says director Peter Hinton. “They could have chosen a story that was much idealized, that celebrated […]

Adam West, 1960s Batman, has died

Actor Adam West, who played Batman in the campy 1960s television series, has passed away at the age of 88 after a short battle with leukemia, according to his family. A major star in the ’60s, West appeared in films such as Geronimo, The Outlaws Is Coming and Robinson Crusoe on Mars. He has voiced […]

Neon Dreams return to Ottawa to play Glowfair's main stage Friday

Glowfair, the free, two-day festival that will take up 10 blocks of downtown Bank Street, takes place June 16 and 17.

National Arts Centre concert series goes national

The NAC is supporting 40 concerts by emerging Canadian artists in 10 Canadian cities in the 2017-18 season.

Facebook Live Replay at JunoFest: Here's what happened on the Red Carpet

The Junos are this weekend in Ottawa, which means we’re treated to tons of good shows all over the city. Our reporters are out on the town to see what’s happening. Keep checking here for their updates:

Vigilante: A ghostly look back at the tale of the Black Donnellys

Theatre Review Vigilante A Catalyst Theatre (Edmonton) Production National Arts Centre Theatre March 29-April 15 From a dark and stormy chapter of Canadian history comes a mesmerizing, Celtic rock-infused ghost story. The infamous Black Donnellys come to life in Vigilante, Jonathan Christenson’s colourful adaptation of the tale of the hard-edged Irish immigrant family who settled […]

Cappies: Notre Dame's inspiring Les MisA(c)rables filled with hope

Show #12: Les Misérables Where: Notre Dame High School Director: Amy Lenser-Twolan Will Prieur, Lead Critic Mother Teresa High School Though dark, desolate and sad in circumstance, Notre Dame High School’s production of the classic tale of Les Misérables was inspiring and filled with hope as the audience was brought back to the bleakness of […]

At JUNOFest Friday, Toronto jazz groups fill Live on Elgin with entrancing sounds

Live on Elgin hosted JUNOFest's jazz showcase on Friday night.

Riding the JUNO Express

After first debuting in 2003, and again in 2012, the Juno train returns in 2017. Aboard? Some of the nominees, industry types and contest winners will ride the two trains leaving from Toronto and Montreal en route to Ottawa. “ Apparently the first ride was a full on party on wheels. But it was toned down […]

Ottawa chef Jonathan Korecki returns to TV on Sunday night on Top Chef Canada: All-Stars

The likeable chef who ran the kitchens at Restaurant E18hteen and Sidedoor is a contestant in the new Food Network Canada show.

Pirouet Records takes a pause (Jochen Rueckert, Jorge Rossy, Frank Kimbrough CDs reviewed)

It's too bad that the German jazz label Pirouet has suspended operations, at least temporarily, after releasing many great albums.

Follow your favourite 2017 Juno Award nominees

The Junos are in town this weekend, and there are a ton of events happening all over the city. Not everyone will be here in person, of course. But if you’re looking to spot some stars in town, keep an eye on these feeds for tips on where they’ll be… And click here for more information […]

Musicians face off on stage for JUNOCup jam

After hockey practice, the Juno Cup team of rockers blew off steam on Thursday night by doing what they do best: playing music for fans. But instead of each artist hogging the spotlight at the Juno Cup Jam, egos were set aside and they brought a team approach to the stage of the Bourbon Room. […]

"Music was always my secret thing," Juno nominee Ruth B says

The 21-year-old Edmonton singer-songwriter who hit it big with Lost Boys is up for three Junos this weekend in Ottawa.

Going out best bets, March 30 to April 4

Citizen arts writers suggest outings for the next week.

Chamberfest 2017: From Stephen Hough to Sgt. Pepper to the Syrian Experience

Chamberfest 2017 is mindful of where it falls during Ottawa’s summer of wall-to-wall festivals and celebrations during Canada’s sesquicentennial, and is programming accordingly, says its artistic director, Roman Borys. “We really know that people are going to have a lot of options this summer, throughout the summer,” Borys says. “We’ve made a big effort to ensure […]

Metric, Sheepdogs rock Stanley Cup celebration

The Stanley Cup had a heck of a 125th birthday party at the Canadian Tire Centre on Friday.

Cappies: Colonel Byas Once Upon a Mattress was exuberant and enjoyable

Show #10: Once Upon a Mattress Where: Colonel By Secondary School Director: Greg Crossett Maya Harris-Harb, Critic Notre Dame High School With a pea, 20 mattresses, and a princess nicknamed Fred, Colonel By Secondary School’s rendition of Once Upon A Mattress was delightful! Once Upon A Mattress is a musical comedy with a breathtaking score […]

Grammy winners Donny McCaslin and Robert Glasper to play 2017 Ottawa Jazz Festival, their websites say

The TD Ottawa International Jazz Festival runs this year from June 22 to July 2, and is to announce its lineup next week.

Concert review: Angela Hewitt begins her Bach Odyssey at Dominion-Chalmers United Church

Angela Hewitt's concert on Thursday night was the first of 12 so-called Bach Odyssey concerts that she will give in Ottawa over the next four years.

Juno Awards show adds Billy Talent, July Talk, Dallas Smith

This year’s Juno Awards show bolstered its talent Thursday with the additions of Mississauga punk rockers Billy Talent, B.C. country rocker Dallas Smith, and Toronto indie rock band July Talk to the lineup. The 2-1/2-hour April 2 show, co-hosted by 19-time Juno winner Bryan Adams and comedian Russell Peters, will be broadcast from the Canadian […]

Where you can celebrate Saint Patrick's Day in Ottawa (with an option not to)

On March 17, the day when everyone’s an honorary Irish person, there’s no shortage of shamrock-themed goings-on in Ottawa. As a bonus, it’s a Friday. While the Saint Patrick’s Day parade is long over, here’s a sampling of local entertainment to help you plan your St. Paddy’s Day shenanigans. As a rule of thumb, any place with […]

Cappies: Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Annie was inspiring and cheerful

Show #9: Annie Where: Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School  Director: Sonya Schrum Zelia Fang, Lead Critic Earl of March Secondary School Wake up at four in the morning to scrub the floor just for some cold mush — seems like vacuuming the house is nothing to groan about after all. In Sir Wilfrid Laurier’s spirited […]

Lumineers, soul music and female Muslim artists shine in Arts Best Bets for March 16-22

SPOTLIGHT The Lumineers, a band that entranced Ottawans during a downpour at Bluesfest last summer, return to the capital on Tuesday as part of their ongoing Cleopatra world tour. If anything, the Denver-based folk-rock band anchored by Wesley Schultz, Jeremiah Fraites and Neyla Pekarek are even more popular than they were last summer, having recently […]

Concert preview: Matthew Good revisits his hit 1999 album Beautiful Midnight

Matthew Good with Craig Stickland 8 p.m. March 16, Southam Hall, National Arts Centre Tickets: $35-$65 plus fees, available through The latest recording by Vancouver-based rocker Matthew Good is an EP that takes another look at some of the songs from his hit 1999 album, Beautiful Midnight. In a conversation with Lynn Saxberg, the […]

Magnetic North Theatre Festival postpones launch over funding issues

Organizers of the Magnetic North Theatre Festival have postponed Tuesday’s launch of this year’s program, suggesting they need more time to sort out funding issues “It’s important for us to be able to take the time to speak with our stakeholders,” said Nancy Oakley, the festival’s managing director, when asked if the festival might not […]

Chantal Kreviazuk, Colin Linden, Lisa LeBlanc join Juno song circle

The rest of the lineup for the Juno Songwriters’ Circle has been announced, and tickets are already sold out. Joining previously announced host Bruce Cockburn, the Ottawa-born songwriting icon, on stage at the National Arts Centre theatre on April 2 are six of this year’s nominees: Chantal Kreviazuk, who’s vying for the best adult contemporary album, blues […]

Cappies: Fresh take on fairy tales filled with modern quips

Show #8: The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon Where: Cairine Wilson Secondary School Director: Students Mia Gutsell and Shahriar Kibria Jacob Ritchie Lead Critic, St. Mark High School   As the curtains parted like the cracking of a new book, ink instantly began to spill onto the stage of Cairine Wilson Secondary School, writing a familiar world […]

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