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Harea Band

The brainchild of Ottawa musician Alex Harea, this eponymous band performs funk and soul infused pop.

Toronto Comedy All Stars

The last show of the season returns to the capital with a new lineup, including comedians from Just For Laughs, MTV, and HBO. From $25.

Dark Tranquillity

One of the few bands remaining from the original Gothenburg metal scene, Dark Tranquillity rocks the capital with songs from their 10 albums. $32.

Robbie Burns: A Man’s a Man for a’ That

Ottawa Storytellers explore the life and work of Scotland’s national poet, whose lyrics and style influenced other writers such as Alexander McLachlan, William Wordsworth, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. From $22.

Angela Hewitt in Recital

The renowned Bach pianist performs selections from Bach, Liszt, and Beethoven. From $29.

Clybourne Park

This satirical comedy tackles race relations in a Chicago neighbourhood over the span of 50 years. From $25.


Two actors perform many roles in this play about a husband, his wife, and the regulars that pass through their bar. From $34.

Voyage to the New World

The Ottawa Jazz Orchestra and celebrated vocalist Diane Nalini team up to deliver songs that celebrate the voyages of Christopher Columbus. From $30.

Moss Park

Tina and Bobby, two young parents with no prospects or money, butt heads as they try to map out their future. From $29.

Winter Dance

The orchestra performs Bartók’s Dance Suite and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 6. Saxophonist Ralph Bowen performs Andrew MacDonald’s The Orchid Garden saxophone concerto. From $36.

Compagnie Marie Chouinard: Henri Michaux — Mouvements and Gymnopédies

Chouinard’s dance company performs original choreography inspired by writer and artist Henri Michaux. From $40.

Alan Doyle

The vocalist for Great Big Sea performs songs from his first solo album, Boy on Bridge. From $51.