Thursday, November 21, 2019
Motherless Brooklynvideo

Film review: Norton’s nuanced performance sees a labour of love realized in Motherless Brooklyn

In a world of crashes, bangs and incomprehensible action sequences, Edward Norton’s crime drama Motherless...
“It is a reflection of our relationship to the land and water as a reminder that beauty surrounds us, and that we need to respect and look after it.” - choreographer Sara Coffin on her new work Wild Within. Photo by Kevin MacCormack.

Sara Coffin discovers the Wild Within while paddling along the Yukon River

When choreographer and Mocean Dance co-artistic director Sara Coffin set out on an adventure to...
Terminator: Dark Fatevideo

Film review: Dark Fate marks the dawn of a new Terminator

To pretend this was ever going to reach the levels of sci-fi classics like the...
Sue Kember

20 questions with Sue Kember

Meet award-winning vocalist, pianist and music educator Sue Kember. Sue is the music director of the...
The Halifax Camerata Singers kick off its 33rd year with the Remembrance-themed concert To Soothe a Suff’ring Heart on November 9.

Halifax Camerata Singers invites you to Come Celebrate its 2019-2020 season

In a media release, Halifax Camerata Singers has announced its 2019-2020 season that will include...
Ben Caplan in the 2b theatre company production of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story.

Theatre review: Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story reminds us of the positive impact immigration has had on our country

Before you read this, go to the Neptune Theatre website and buy a ticket for...
Holly Matheson

20 questions with Holly Mathieson

Meet award-winning conductor Holly Mathieson, one of two finalists in Symphony Nova Scotia's search for...
Countdownvideo

Film review: Countdown a low-rent, high-tech horror ripoff

The largest problem with Countdown is that it has absolutely nothing new to bring to...
Darrell Hopkins and Steve O'Connell in the Neptune Theatre presentation of Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland's production of Between Breaths. Photo by Stoo Metz.

Theatre review: Between Breaths is magical

Incorporating music from an onstage band and a true story told from end to beginning...

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