<i>Assassins</i> creed

Assassins creed

posted by TARA THORNE, Jun 20/19

Whale Song Theatre presents a look at historical American criminals, with songs by Stephen Sondheim. comments      0

Welcome to Hellifax

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Welcome to Hellifax

posted by JORDYN F. BOCHON AND TIM CARPENTER, Jun 20/19

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Film review: <i>Late Night</i>

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Film review: Late Night

posted by TARA THORNE, Jun 20/19

Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling light up Nisha Ganatra’s comedy. comments      0


Hey You Goofs!

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Hey You Goofs!

posted by PAUL HAMMOND, Jun 13/19

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Art Brat Comics

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Art Brat Comics

posted by MOLLIE CRONIN, Jun 6/19

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Visiting <i>A Colony</i>

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Visiting A Colony

posted by TARA THORNE, Jun 6/19

The award-winning international sensation kicks off HIFF. comments      0


<i>Here We Are Here</i> and the complicated presence of Blackness in Canada

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Here We Are Here and the complicated presence of Blackness in Canada

posted by JULIA-SIMONE RUTGERS, Jun 6/19

“This is not an exhibition with a strong thesis, it's a conversation.” comments      0


Elizabeth Gilbert is coming to Halifax

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Elizabeth Gilbert is coming to Halifax

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, May 30/19

The Big Magic author is the headliner of a personal development weekend in town this October. comments      0


Welcome to Hellifax

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Welcome to Hellifax

posted by JORDYN F. BOCHON AND TIM CARPENTER, May 30/19

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The asymmetry of <i>Scoop</i>

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The asymmetry of Scoop

posted by TARA THORNE, May 30/19

New Stages entry explores the asymmetry of life as a one-breasted woman. comments      0


Nocturne wants your project pitches

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Nocturne wants your project pitches

posted by TARA THORNE, May 29/19

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Vox Lux

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Vox Lux

posted by SARA CONNORS, May 23/19

Lux Habrich is the youngest artist to show at the exhibition celebrating 75 years of the Nova Scotia Talent Trust. comments      0


Biological art fare

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Biological art fare

posted by TARA THORNE, May 23/19

The IOTA Institute presents a month-long look into the world of bio art. comments      0


Arts + Culture Sure Things

Tuesday, Jun 25

Salvador Dali, a suite of prints

The dandy of dadaism and sultan of surrealism, there is no comparison to Dali. Here, his later work—widely influenced by the Italian

Tuesday, Jun 25

Survival of the Slowest

While we tend to focus on fast animals when we think of evolution, considering the speed of a cheetah more advanced than

Wednesday, Jun 26

Tinder Tales live in Halifax

Local comedy gem Catherine Robertson hosts this horrifying-yet-hilarious compilation of online dating wins and woes, shared live.

Friday, Jun 28

Halifax Ribfest

Carnivores, get ready! The celebration of ribs returns to the waterfront this summer for your feasting pleasure, with barbecue legends from across

Saturday, Jun 29

Pier 21: The Musical

The historic immigration site turned museum shares its backstory in song and dance with this site-specific piece of theatre. From the arrival

Monday, Jul 1

Canada Day 2019 concert feat/ A-Trak, The Sorority, Ellevator, KALLITECHNIS and Carmen Townsend

OK, alright, A-Trak (who used to go by the name Duck Sauce) may have headliner status at this year's all-ages birthday party

Monday, Jul 1

Canada Day 2019 official fireworks

After A-Trak wraps what's sure to be a red-hot set, Alderney Landing keeps it lit with the annual Canada Day fireworks. The

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