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The final chapter of The Hobbit is in theatres as well as Steve Carrell's new film Foxcatcher and Flip Fabrique opens at the TOHU.
The MSO plays a special show at the Children’s Hospital, Aeroism, Canada’s first flight simulator opens, Clip and Climb in Laval and the Lions of Cannes.
Members of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra played at the Montreal Children’s Hospital
‘Missing’ is an interactive thriller – a combination video game plus TV series you can play on your tablet, and it was created by Zandel Media in Montreal
Christine Long plucks through the weekend’s entertainment options in this segment of What’s On.
Orchestral arrangements from 30 years of circus acts, Chloe’s Choice about observing holiday traditions, and Place des Festivals is home to Prisms
It's a holiday tradition – the Les Grands Ballet Canadiens' production of the Nutcracker opens Thursday night.
David Thibault, with that velvet Elvis voice, sings new versions of old classics, Andy Warhol’s commercial art and the Boogie Wonder Band with the holiday spirit!
Guido Cocomello and Morgan O’Shea will put on a show in tribute of the now-shuttered Comedyworks, Lyric Theatre Singers and holiday magic at the Botanical Gardens.
Chloe's Choice is about a girl whose holiday season includes a mix of religions, and Ballet Ouest stages its adaptation of the Nutcracker.
Andy Kim is in town for a special fundraiser, Nicolas Noel is a holiday treat for impatient kids, and a must-see collection at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Azamit, the curator of Souk, explains why you should shop with local artisans. This weekend you can also see the Penguins of Madagascar and Cirque du Soleil
Jonas and the Massive Attraction celebrate turning 10, while a local cop drama starts filming season two, Nadine Ishak reports.
From Agamemnon to Alexander the Great, some of history’s most valuable artifacts are arriving at the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum.
Simple Plan held a concert at the Corona to raise funds for their foundation, which helps support teens experiencing the troubles they sing about.
A Montreal music journalist has shot upwards after winning a Giller Award, Christine Long reports in What's On.
Christine Long reports on local rock stars Simple Plan and their philanthropic performance in the latest What’s On.
The Montreal Band was recognized for supporting young people. Plus Willow Shields, aka Primrose Everdeen, was in Montreal for The Hunger Games
The Festival of Lights is a Thai celebration that Sukothai restaurant has brought to Laval, Dan Bigras preps the Le Show du Refuge and Hunger Games: Mockingjay hits theatres.
Christine Long digs up all of your exciting outing options for the weekend.
Jordan Matters, Dumb and Dumber To, and a print festival hit town this weekend as Christine Long reports.
The bilingual comic has more shows for 2015, a stupid sequel is just as funny, Scott Macleod has new artwork, and much more
Canadian rock band Moist to play the Metropolis Saturday, NDG artist Scott MacLeod shows off new collection 'Meeting with the Goddesses.'
Roch Voisine is releasing an English album, the Superdogs are back at the Bell Centre, and the Highlights Festival is a good reason to spend time outdoors!
Christine Long has her Friday cornucopia of weekend entertainment offerings.
The CHOM host celebrated 30 years on the air, the Barber of Seville hits Montreal and the SuperDogs fly into town.
The Barr Brothers will play songs off their new album at Metropolis show tonight, L’Opera de Montreal put on the Barber of Seville and the Superdogs return to the Bell Centre.
Christine Long reports on a food-slash-circus event known as the 7 fingers troupe.
Christine Long reports on some of the best entertainment options on Halloween weekend.
Head to La Ronde, Pimp your pumpkin, catch a haunted house in Dorval, or go to Peur Depot at the Old Port.