You officially have things to look forward to as Mayworks Halifax moves online

You officially have things to look forward to as Mayworks Halifax moves online

Twelve, to be exact.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 30/20


norc brings your lucid dreams to life

norc brings your lucid dreams to life

The genre-blending three-piece drops a debut EP that's made with ginseng and honey.

by JADE NAUSS, Aug 22/19


Your unofficial official guide to Halifax Pride 2019

Your unofficial official guide to Halifax Pride 2019

From The Coast’s first Pride Guide in 1996, the community—and its reach—has grown. Get this week’s edition for stories from trans youth research to a parade everyone can love.

Jul 18/19


Elle Noir AKA Chris Cochrane is unapologetically herself

Elle Noir AKA Chris Cochrane is unapologetically herself

The only out trans, Black drag queen this side of Montreal is the 2019 Pride Ambassador

by JULIA-SIMONE RUTGERS, Jul 18/19


Halifax’s Dyke and Trans March goes beyond capitalism with a fun rainbow

Halifax’s Dyke and Trans March goes beyond capitalism with a fun rainbow

A community-organized alternative to corporate Pride is equal parts glitter and bitter

by REBECCA DINGWELL, Jul 18/19


What 2SLGBTQ+ youth want

What 2SLGBTQ+ youth want

New study looks at respectful care in health care and social services, plus increased education

by JESSICA R. DURLING, Jul 18/19


Finding a place and a voice as a queer PoC artist

Finding a place and a voice as a queer PoC artist

Creating confrontational and vulnerable artwork that describes my queer and mixed-race identities is a priority

by SARAH MIHARA CREAGEN, Jul 18/19


Halifax, meet Hedwig

Halifax, meet Hedwig

Help kick off Pride with a production of the queer punk-rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

by SARA CONNORS, Jul 18/19


Halifax’s first gay male choir is set to make its Pride Festival debut

Halifax’s first gay male choir is set to make its Pride Festival debut

From Broadway show tunes to standard classical arrangements and folk, they’re singing it all

by BRANDON YOUNG, Jul 18/19


Halifax Pride’s low-sensory zone brings all the fun but less of the noise

Halifax Pride’s low-sensory zone brings all the fun but less of the noise

Making sure everyone has a good time at Pride

by CAORA MCKENNA, Jul 18/19


Constellate’s group dynamics

Constellate’s group dynamics

The reading series wants to create and support community.

by TARA THORNE, Jul 18/19


Take Pride in your weekend with these Sure Things

Take Pride in your weekend with these Sure Things

by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 18/19


Safer Space Massage caters to all bodies and identities

Safer Space Massage caters to all bodies and identities

Massage therapist Leah Inman wants to fill a void in the queer community.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Jul 17/19


Steph McNair prioritizes non-binary beauty with Maneland

Steph McNair prioritizes non-binary beauty with Maneland

After 10 years working in hair, the Halifax artist and stylist debuts her own space.

by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Jul 17/19


Dancing and sweating at Cavendish Beach Music Festival

Dancing and sweating at Cavendish Beach Music Festival

"A long-neck ice-cold beer never broke my heart" and neither did a country music festival on PEI.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Jul 11/19


Scotia Festival of Music and Chris Wilcox: 40 years and 40 festivals

Scotia Festival of Music and Chris Wilcox: 40 years and 40 festivals

After turning Halifax into a chamber music destination, Scotia Fest’s director has one last encore.

by BRANDON YOUNG, May 23/19


Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Fests, Talks + Films

Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Fests, Talks + Films

by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 20/18


Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Music

Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Music

by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 20/18


Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Stage

Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Stage

by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 20/18


Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Visual Arts

Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Visual Arts

Sep 20/18


Chinese Festival Halifax announces inaugural lineup

Chinese Festival Halifax announces inaugural lineup

New event showcasing Chinese culture runs September 8-22.

by TARA THORNE, Aug 24/18


Radical softness

Radical softness

Drag artist Brad Jones—AKA Jennifer DaFuque—is making space for Indigenous identity at Halifax Pride.

by KARLI ZSCHOGNER, Jul 19/18


Drag princess

Drag princess

12-year-old Lucas Campbell has a passion to be himself.

by HANNA BUTLER, Jul 19/18


Queer erasure on stage

Queer erasure on stage

Kamp co-creator Garry Williams is worried about straight-washing theatre.

by MICHAEL LAKE, Jul 19/18


Checked out: AIDS testing in Nova Scotia falls behind

Checked out: AIDS testing in Nova Scotia falls behind

Frontline HIV/AIDS workers in this province have fewer resources to work with, and there seems to be a lack of support and desire from the province to help.

by PREET BHOGAL, Jul 19/18


Video Spotlight »

Post Democracy is available as a digital performance through Sunday, April 25. Tickets are $20 for an individual, $35 for a household and $10 for students from the Prairie Theatre Exchange box office.

Review: Post-Democracy will decimate you

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