1252 Michael St.
Ottawa, ON K1J 7T1
Phone: (613) 744-2900
Fax: (613) 746-0836
Located inside the shopping center, don't miss all the variety of shows at the Grand Chapiteau.
This multiplex has five screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. You can also enjoy additional facilities, which include a party room, an interactive video games room and plenty of free parking. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
The fun at Ottawa Baseball Stadium spills out onto its parking lot on most game days. The fans gather here for local events, fun days and sometimes even for concerts. The lot is cleared of the cars and packed with people all bringing down the house in whatever style or form. The locals love to congregate and the warmth is extended to all those visiting. So if you can't make it into the stadium, enjoy the fun at the lot itself.
This popular baseball stadium of Ottawa has been renamed several times in the past, the current one being the Ottawa Baseball Stadium. The venue hosts several baseball tournaments as well as concerts and live performances, and can accommodate 10,332 spectators to enjoy these exciting events.
This multiplex has 16 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Set in pristine, serene Canadian landscape, in the suburb of Gloucester, lies the Earl Armstrong Arena. Named after the reeve, or the elected president, of the Gloucester Township, this arena is used generally for playing ice hockey. It is the home arena of the Gloucester Rangers Junior and sees some very entertaining matches throughout the year, especially in the ice hockey season. However, this arena is also the venue for some of the area's cultural events. The Earl Armstrong Arena is where the Gloucester Fair is held.
The Freiman Hall is the main venue for performances by the students of the School of Music at the University of Ottawa. Located in the Perez Building of the university, the hall has seen several excellent concerts and recitals by students and amateur performers. The well-equipped space provides a perfect setting for diverse range of events.
The St. Joseph's Banquet Hall is one of the biggest and the most beautiful banquet facilities in the. The place is available on rental basis for events, programs and concerts. An elegant facility this one; St. Joseph's Hall set amidst sprawling lawns and marvelous infrastructure surpass a lot other venues when it comes to proving their mettle and for you to have the time of your life. So for the most memorable moments in your life, St. Joseph's Banquet Hall would definitely be your best bet.
This classic, old-fashioned theater at the southeast corner of the Byward Market is Ottawa's main venue for art, cultural, foreign and alternative films. The single screen plays award-winning and innovative new films from Canada and around the world; with a number of classics thrown in for good measure. The theater plays up to four shows daily, including matinees, and is home to a number of local movie festivals throughout the year.
The Alumni Theatre in the prestigious University of Ottawa, is one of the most culturally happening places in Ottawa. They have everything from talks, lectures to concerts and more. There is always something or the other that keeps going on there. Call for event schedule.
This non-professional community theater has been producing plays since 1913; they are known for their high quality performances generated by a dedicated group of volunteers. The 510-seat theater runs eight productions from September through May, and one popular musical production in the summer season. Tickets are reasonable and the atmosphere is relaxed yet highly professional for a community theater. Recent seasons have included everything from Noel Coward's Waiting in the Wings to John Bishop's The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.
The Department of Theatre at the University of Ottawa is a respected department with several facilities at its disposal. The Academic Hall is its main performing space where major shows are held. The hall has a capacity for an audience of 180 and has dressing rooms, an equipment room, a green room and other facilities. Other two venues for the Department of Theatre are the Léonard Beaulne Studio and the Directors' Studio.