Symphony Nova Scotia rehearses for their performance of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Making music magic with Harry Potter

Conductor says it’s important to hear a film score live

Nov 15, 2019

Tanja Matthews and her daughter at the Museum Without A Home exhibit on Nov. 8.

When a housewarming gift becomes a work of art

Exhibit seeks to shift the narrative of refugees from numbers to people

Nov 10, 2019

Crow is Amy Spurway's first novel.

FictionQ&A with Amy Spurway, author of ​Crow

First-time novelist finding 'humour in the darkest of times'

Apr 1, 2019

Mark Baker in front of Center Stage's future stage.

community theatreA community casting call in Lower Sackville

Free programs needed in area, says theatre director

Feb 11, 2019

Jeri Brown (far right) runs through a monologue as Natasha Thomas (centre left) and Linda Carvery (centre right) sing 'Amazing Grace' during rehearsal on Friday.

ArtsLocal production blends genres for African Heritage Month

Unique genre steps into the spotlight, as local production takes the stage at Pier 21.

Feb 8, 2019

Actors Sophia Walker and Jacob Sampson run through the opening act of The Bridge.

TheatreShauntay Grant is Neptune’s first African-Nova Scotian playwright since 1996

Shauntay Grant’s The Bridge begins its run at Neptune Theatre later this week

Jan 24, 2019

Melissa Townsend holds a piece featured in Pre-Shrunk 2019.

PaintingMini art hits big in Halifax

Argyle’s Pre-Shrunk art show opens Friday

Jan 22, 2019

Alice Roebotham, 10, holds her book I Survived the Halifax Explosion.

BooksMeet the two child authors who just published their first books

Alice Roebotham, Aliyah Lailson wrote about Halifax history and a fantasy world

Jan 14, 2019

Best friends Adam Myatt (left) and Lindsay Dauphinee have been producing queer-friendly comedy shows for a year.

ComedyMake the yuletide gay! A queer-friendly comedy show celebrates one year

Two Halifax comedians are creating more space for queer comics

Dec 5, 2018