It’s hard to believe that it’s been 30 years since Centrepointe Theatres opened its doors. If you grew up in either Nepean or Ottawa, you more than likely have been to a performance at Centrepointe Theatres. Over the last 30 […]
Get ready to enjoy some fine down-east music on Wednesday, May 2 at Centrepointe Theatres with Rawlins Cross. This much-loved and highly-accomplished Celtic band is back after a 10-year hiatus with a six-track EP Rock Steady, which Dave Panting – […]
If you’re a fan of Irish dancing, then “Rhythm of the Dance” at Centrepointe Theatre on Wednesday, March 21 is not to be missed. With St. Patrick’s Day just before, this is a fun way to celebrate. There’s more than […]
Actor, writer, comedian and Ontario native Anne Marie Scheffler brings her hit one-woman show Suddenly Mommy! to Ottawa this fall, detailing her journey from showbiz to motherhood, and the insanity that often comes with juggling a career and a baby.
Lisa Loeb – the American indie musician known as much for her trademark cat-eye glasses as for her talent as a songwriter and storyteller – embodied the music of the ‘90s. Her platinum hit song Stay (I Missed You), from the 1994 film Reality Bites, became the anthem for a generation of young people trying to figure out what – or who – they wanted out of life. Now, the same Gen-Yers who loved her for the songs Do You Sleep, I Do, and Let’s Forget About It, now grown with children of their own, have the chance to experience Loeb’s music all over again.