Anna Leonowens Gallery, HalifaxShowcases work generated from within the community of NSCAD University. Features weekly exhibitions of student work and selected projects by
1559 Barrington St., HalifaxOne of Halifax’s most progressive art galleries, showcasing contemporary art by established and emerging Canadian artists. The selection includes paintings,
1274 Hollis St., HalifaxSome 21 local artists and artisans run this vibrant gallery. Continually changing displays of original, affordable paintings, jewellery, wood carvings
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, HalifaxAtlantic Canada’s largest art museum displays a range of historic and contemporary art, traditional folk art and temporary exhibitions. Continuing
Atlantic School of Theology Library, Halifax
Dalhousie Arts Centre, HalifaxFebruary 15: The country singer rides into town on his Now tour.
Casino Nova Scotia, HalifaxGaming galore, from poker to roulette to 600 slot machines. Dine at the Paradise Buffet or Trapeze restaurant. Live entertainment
Dalhousie Arts Centre, HalifaxFebruary 20 and 21: Dallas Green’s acclaimed alternative act plays two shows at the Cohn.
Dalhousie Arts Centre, HalifaxFebruary 14: Famous for his insightful, emotive songwriting, Cockburn performs a special Valentine’s Day concert.
Dalhousie Arts Centre, HalifaxContinuing through December 18: Student, Staff, Faculty and Alumni Exhibition. Works by students, staff, faculty and alumni of Dalhousie University
Woodlawn United Church, HalifaxApril 29: Married pianists Lucille Chung and Alessio Bax are one of the best piano duos of their generation, joining
Dartmouth Players Theatre, HalifaxFebruary 1 to 18: The 39 Steps. Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of
Halifax Metro Centre, HalifaxFebruary 5: The classic-rock legends, best known for “Smoke on the Water,” perform in Halifax for the first time in
Halifax Metro Centre, HalifaxJanuary 18: The outrageous comedian brings his Controlled Chaos tour, featured on a popular HBO special, to Halifax.
Neptune Studio Theatre, HalifaxNovember 6 to 20: The Passion of Adèle Hugo. This new musical is based on the outrageous but true story
HalifaxSeveral Metro locations. Halifax: 190 Chain Lake Dr., 6408 Oxford St. and 5657 Spring Garden Rd. Dartmouth: Dartmouth Crossing: 145
Halifax Metro Centre, HalifaxFebruary 10 and 11: Veteran actor John Preece stars as Teyve in the national touring production of the Broadway classic,
2606 Agricola St., Halifax
Granville Square, 1869 Granville St., HalifaxGallerists Victoria Strange and Victoria Page run this gallery representing established artists who have a connection to Nova Scotia and
Grafton Street Dinner Theatre, HalifaxMay 10 to August 17: “Rock The Ceilidh.” This musical comedy invites the audience to help celebrate Grampie MacTavish’s 75th