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Our holiday guide to the performing arts in Halifax

With the festive season well underway we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than taking in a live show. Here is our...

Tartan trumps black as tickets for the 2020 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo go on sale today

It can't be mere coincidence that tickets for the 2020 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo go on sale today as Canadians look for Black...

The Bus Stop Theatre Cooperative celebrates the holidays and looks optimistically towards the new year

With its July 2020 deadline to purchase its building and land looming, The Bus Stop Theatre Cooperative is not only looking for an injection...

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia showcases Canadian artists in two new exhibitions

In a media release, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia announced the recent openings of two new exhibitions showcasing contemporary Canadian art. Althea Thauberger: The...

This year’s Nocturne explores the changing landscape of our city

Nocturne, the annual festival of visual arts, returns to the streets of Halifax in October, exploring the changing landscape of our city. Ironically the...

AfterWords Literary Festival explores what happens before and after the words hit the page

It has taken them over a decade, but fellow writers Stephanie Domet and Ryan Turner are finally seeing their dream take shape with the...

New work from Halifax’s Xara Choral Theatre explores Indigenous and water rights

When Christina Murray and four other women first came together in 2008 to create Halifax’s multi-disciplinary Xara Choral Theatre, they intended to create works...

Break City All Stars returns as the people’s choice for this year’s Halifax Busker Festival

The Halifax Busker Festival returns to the city’s waterfront from July 31 through August 5 with six days of dance, comedy, music, hula hoops,...

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Film review: Mulan is a soulful, live-action remake, but loses original’s fun

Disney has once again revived a classic animated film from their canon to produce a remake, but unlike last year’s Lion King, this live-action...

20 questions (pandemic edition) with Abady Alzahrani

During this time of social distancing and dark venues, Halifax Presents continues to check-in with members of our arts community to find out how...

Caravan Theatre tackles mental health and suicide with Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis

One of a handful of in-person shows at this year's Halifax Fringe Festival, Caravan Theatre tackles Sarah Kane's 4:48 Psychosis before embarking on a tour...

Shining a light on an industry that remains dark

Barring any potential power outages from the arrival of post-tropical storm Teddy, beginning one hour after sundown today, several local buildings and marquees will...

Neptune Theatre goes old school for fundraiser

Halifax's Neptune Theatre is going old school as it gets set to host a telethon to raise much-needed funds after being forced to postpone...
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