There is something for every musical taste happening in Ottawa this week

April 10, 2018
Feature Stories

What’s Happening Ottawa provides the latest on theatre, music and outings for the entire family. Some shows sell out quickly, so be sure to look ahead at what’s happening in the coming weeks and get your tickets early.

Edith Piaf and the Eiffel Tower

Piaf! The Show, Shenkman Arts Centre, Saturday, April 14

 

Day of Pink Gala
Horticulture Building, Lansdowne
Wednesday, April 11

The goal of this free event, semi-formal event, is to build community and celebrate the success of all who make our community a safer place against bullying and discrimination.

 

James Bond: A Convenient Lie
Centrepointe Theatres
April 12 to 14

This never-before-seen operatic spectacle blends the beautiful and demanding classical style of singing with the fast paced and exciting story of a contemporary film.

 

Johnny Reid Revival Tour
TD Place Arena, Lansdowne
Friday, April 13

With an illustrious career spanning more than two decades, the JUNO Award winning singer has captured the hearts of fans and audiences around the world.

 

The Musical Box: Genesis
Selling England by the Pound

Centrepointe Theatres
Friday, April 13

The Musical Box, internationally acclaimed for its historical re-enactment of early Genesis' works, presents this emblematic 1973 show that made Genesis and Peter Gabriel attain rockstar status, enjoying to this day a cult following from nostalgic and young music lovers alike.

 

Piaf! The Show
Shenkman Arts Centre
Saturday, April 14

The musical celebration of the life and music of the legendary French chanteuse tells her life story through her unforgettable songs original scenography and projections of previously unpublished images of Edith Piaf.

 

Marcel and Rami Khalife,
featuring Aymeric Westrich

Centrepointe Theatres
Saturday, April 14

Acclaimed singer and composer Marcel Khalife, has been a vital presence in the Arabic music world since the 70s. Legend with a rebel soul, Marcel Khalife will sing some of his most beloved songs, revisiting four decades of his brilliant repertoire.

 

Shopkins live! Shop it up!
TD Arena, Lansdowne
Saturday, April 14

Immerse yourself in the world of Shopville, featuring original music, creative characters, songs, dance and interactive sing-a-longs.

 

Max Raabe & Palast Orchester
Centrepointe Theatres
Tuesday, April 17

This is Art-Deco meets Cabaret. Join the ever-elegant, debonair Raabe and his 12-piece orchestra for an evening of vintage glamour and sophistication. The Berlin-based crooner performs ballroom hits of the 1920s and '30s, along with original songs and a few modern surprises.

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