Arts & Entertainment
Try your luck at the elegant Casino du Lac-Leamy, or cheer on one of Ottawa's professional hockey or baseball teams. The Scotiabank Place, home to the Ottawa Senators, also presents big name concerts and skating extravaganzas, while the National Arts Centre plays host to hundreds of theatre, dance and orchestra performances each year. If you are looking for a dance club or a regular pub, Ottawa's ByWard Market and Elgin Street are two of the more popular night spots.
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The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra continues a musical tradition rooted in the nation's capital as far back as 1894. The present OSO came into being in 1965 when the city and its music lovers were experiencing a dry spell in orchestral music. The old Ottawa Philharmonic had come to an end and Ottawa fans had to rely on infrequent visits from the Montreal Symphony Orchestra to satisfy their taste for classical music.
Broadway Across America is a premiere promoter and producer of live theatrical events in the United States and Canada with twenty-five years of experience in the entertainment industry.
The National Arts Centre (NAC) raised its curtains for the first time in 1969. Created by the Parliament of Canada as a Centennial project during the 1960s, the NAC has become Canada's foremost showcase for the performing arts.
Come out and watch Canada's favourite junior hockey team in action! The Ottawa 67's are a fantastic and affordable way to spend a Friday night or Sunday afternoon in the Nation's Capital.
Last season over 30,000 people attended our shows. In describing what they like best about GCTC, our audience members often refer to the quality and variety of the plays presented, the intimacy of the theatre space, our Canadian content and our flexible subscription pass.
Built in 1858, the Brockville Arts Centre is one of Canada's finest medium size, heritage theatres. The 2010 upgrades include a state of the art sound system, luxurious decor, premium seating. Treat yourself and your guests to one of Canada's best theatre experiences.
News and information about regional arts events and activities from the Council for the Arts in Ottawa.
The Ottawa Fat Cats are a semi-professional baseball club in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The team begins play on May 8, 2010 and will play its home games at the Ottawa Baseball Stadium. The team is a member of the Intercounty Baseball League.
VME Inc. is a new entertainment business venture in the National Capital Region. Our goal is to bring you the very best performances in both music and comedy to Eastern Ontario.