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Friday Special Blend
Friday April 21st, 2017 with Susan Johnston and Amanda Jette Knox and Bob LeDrew
Theatre extravaganza

This thing you call love
Ian Sherwood - And now the fun begins Canadian
The TACTICS theatre series is launching its third season at Arts Court. We speak with AD and curator Bronwyn Steinberg, creator of "The Hottentot Venus -- Untold" Jacqui du Toit, and singer-songwriter Lucila al Mar, who releases "Nada para es siempre" tonight.
Lucila al Mar - Nada para es siempre (LIVE) Canadian New
Lucila al Mar's album release is tonight at Arts Court, as part of TACTICS.
Soul Kid
Jory Nash - New Blue Day Canadian
Ryan O'Connor and Eric Daigle join us to talk about COMPASS's new tech club and the upcoming info session for COMPASS's upcoming programs. Ryan is a long-time technology and coding educator, and Eric is a student at COMPASS.

Compass is holding an information session on Sunday: Compass: New Directions (
· Sunday, April 23rd, 2017
· 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
· Main Branch, Ottawa Public Library, Auditorium (lower level)
An Apology
SHerman Downey and the Ambiguous Case - The Sun in Your Eyes Canadian
Jessica Ruano joins us to talk about her new play SEVEN, which has only ONE performance at the Wabano Centre on Monday evening at 6 pm.

"Inter Pares presents a reading of the documentary play Seven. The play intertwines seven true stories told by women’s rights activists in Russia, Cambodia, Guatemala, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan and Northern Ireland."
Some Nerve
Shawn William Clarke - Shawn William Clarke Canadian
Try Not To Fail
Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band - Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band Canadian New
"I should have known"
Jan Andrews - Written in the Body (live) Canadian New
Jan Andrews is a longtime storyteller and writer. Her new story, "Written in the Body", will be performed as part of Writersfest Written in the Body evokes the experience of so many. In a finely-crafted work, weaving in a story about a young man who must dress as a woman in a coming of age ritual, Jan Andrews creates an intensely personal story that touches us all.
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