Have a fun evening of thought-provoking entertainment as our trivia master challenges your team to battle it out!
Test your ability against friends, colleagues and complete strangers!
Everyone is welcome.
Many fabulous prizes to be won! Raffle tickets. Door prizes.
Form a team of up to 4 people in advance or join a group on the spot.
Game starts at 7PM (but arrive early to get a spot)
Make sure to arrive early to get a table and have dinner or drinks beforehand.
If you wish to attend this trivia night and have dinner in advance, it’s strongly recommended that you phone the restaurant and make your own dinner reservation (for around 6 pm).
Your participation at this and other events throughout the year will greatly help sustain one of Ottawa’s longest running film festivals. This year will mark the Festival’s 29th anniversary!
One World Arts (formerly World Inter-Action Mondiale-WIAM) is a volunteer-based, charitable organization which has been working diligently with Canadian arts and community organizations to educate and mobilize Ottawa-Gatineau citizens on global issues since 1972.
The One World Film Festival is Ottawa’s longest running annual documentary film festival, focused on raising awareness on such issues as social justice, human rights and the environment.
Join us Friday April 6 for special National Tartan Day edition of Shanghai Night’s Quality Comedy Cookies and Karaoke as local myth buster’s Hagel and Haddad takeover for one night!
SHOWS @ 9 ‘Oke @ 1045 pm DOORS= $7 online – 10 @ Door – https://shanghaiqualitycomedy.bpt.me/ <- This is the online! FOOD-> $11 General Tao + Shanghai Staile Pad Thai Kick ass animal ART by Sabine Modder Art
HOST– David Haddad
Andrew Wambolt (with Ben?)
Mike Bombay FEATURE– Kennedy Ryan
Get the dumplings!
“If you do not try new things occasionally, comfort will become your master. “
Animal Parade Vernissage & Exhibition by Sabine Modder… then BINGO TIME with China Doll @ 8:30 pm
Bessie Blue sees spots, but you should see art! My art, in fact. Please come on down to the Shanghai Restaurant on Thursday, March 29 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. to see my animals on parade. I’ll be there, hanging out and eating noodles. Stick around, look at the paintings, chat, maybe have some Chinese food and a drink. Then roll up your sleeves and get ready to dab! From 8:30 p.m. there will be fun, games and glamour when the marvelous China Doll hosts an evening of bingo. It doesn’t get any better than this!
I will be donating my proceeds from the sales of the paintings in this show to St. Luke’s Table, a community service that provides meals and support to those in need. St. Luke’s Table is also located in Chinatown. http://www.stlukestable.ca/
What: Vernissage of paintings by Sabine Modder When: Thursday, March 29 – 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Where: Shanghai Restaurant, 651 Somerset St. W. What else: Bingo with China Doll at 8:30
Embarking from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jesse hits the road on March 8th for his 2018 “Sowing the Seeds Tour.”
Captivating audiences across Canada with a beautiful pairing of virtuoso guitar playing and a depth of original music, Jesse takes listeners on a journey of self discovery with thought provoking lyrics and intriguing melodies.
Playing a variety of musical styles ranging from pop and folk, to gypsy jazz and progressive acoustic instrumentals, Potter’s original songs feature lyrical depth and delicious diversity. He connects deeply with his audiences, offering up refreshingly honest words. Singing from the heart and soul with passion and fire. You never know what to expect from a Jesse Potter concert, yet he never ceases to amaze.
See for yourself on March 23rd at Shanghai Restaurant in Ottawa.