Gifts worth a round of applause!

By City of Ottawa

Struggling to find a gift for the holiday season?

Give the gift of live entertainment with Meridian Theatres @ Centrepointe. You are sure to find something for everyone on your list with the huge variety of shows on offer. Maybe you might find a little festive treat for yourself.

If you are looking for a night out to kick-off the festive season then look no further than Christmas with The Ennis Sisters. Enjoy an evening of original songs, holiday classics and even a little Irish step-dancing. Further into December, Ottawa favourite, JW-Jones will be back and joined by local friends, DeeDee Butters, Raoul Bhaneja, Megan Francoeur, and Zach Raynor (The Lionyls) on stage, and listen to the musical magic of Alan Menken in the show A Whole New World. Songs from Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and many more will leave you feeling warm and cozy.

Music continues throughout the season with Canadian favourites, Tegan and Sara, Big Sugar, The Cooper Brothers, and The Trews

As the groove evolves from Ellington to Zeppelin featuring The Prime Rib Big Band, Sultan’s of String’s Indigenous collaboration, Walking Through The Fire, Cuban Jazz with Miguel de Armas Quartet, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn are also among amazing musical talent that will have you on your feet.

There’s no lack of family entertainment as Australia’s ERTH’s Dinosaur Zoo Live will be bringing an array of prehistoric creatures to life. A new adaptation of the Jungle Book and all star ILL-ABILITIES™ Dance Crew will also entertain family audiences.

Looking for a laugh? Then the Just for Laughs Roadshow rolls back into town and drag superstar Tynomi Banks will be taking the stage for an all-round fabulous show!

If you can’t decide on a show then let them choose by purchasing a gift certificate! There’s so much to choose from this holiday season.

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