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Beethoven, Branford Marsalis, Steve Hill, and a blind concert
Moment Factory has created a stunning light show called AURA at the Notre-Dame Basilica for Montreal's 375th.
Fans of Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, and much more will enjoy the fest that starts July 7
Montreal ComiCon has unveiled some of the big names coming to visit this year.
Akram Khan's dance performance Until the Lions is at the Tohu
For its 49th season, the Centaur Theatre features the Theo Fleury story, Ronnie Burkett, and new Executive Director Eda Holmes.
Syrian crooner Matt Mardini; Coleman Hell plays a free concert; Another Brick in the Wall has been adapted for the Opera.
Geordie Productions has a new play, and Alex Cuba plays a concert
James Lyng High School is putting on an art show entitled the Politics of Hope & Fear.
Using electricity as inspiration, Volta is the name of the upcoming Cirque de Soleil show. Christine Long reports.
The tent for Cirque du Soleil’s newest show, Volta, is being installed in the Old Port
Montreal En Lumiere lights up the city with lots of indoor and outdoor activities for everyone.
The festival includes a tour of lighting installations. Meanwhile Fancy Nancy is at the Segal Centre.
Frustration with social integration was the topic of a play at Ecole Secondaire St. Luc
The city has issued invitations to Montrealers everywhere to come home for the 375th celebrations, and William Shatner has answered the call
Fabre, Cadillac, Atwater – we know the names of the metro stations, but a new art exhibit aims to show the people behind the names.
A choir made up of 500 kids from both French and English schools. Noises Off at the Segal Centre and Bakersfield Mist at the Centaur.
The new Lego movie, a moonlit bike ride and a Valentine feel are all on tap for the weekend.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this weekend is a great time to visit the Chocolate Festival at Marche Bonsecours.
The MSO has a pop music series and this year it includes Half Moon Run and Bruno Pelletier.
Half Moon Run will join the Montreal Symphony Orchestra
Three decades later, Blue Rodeo is still going strong and performs at Place des Arts. Their new album pay tribute to their loyal fans.
Montreal en lumiere is designed to lure young people downtown during the coldest month with two weeks of entertainment.
The 18th edition features free shows designed to get you to celebrate
Kosher Love is a documentary about arranged marriages in Jewish orthodox communities. Slam Obsidian is a spoken-word hip hop history lesson
The weekend brings some gospel, some soul and some Icelandia-ambient-chill music to Montrealers.
The Gala Dynastie will celebrate the accomplishments of black Quebecers.
Angelo Cadet introduced Gala Dynastie’s guests for Black History month
Montreal's favourite DJ returns with a new album. Plus: a fundraising dance show and a tragic opera.
Try your hand at live theatre, or catch a tale of greed.