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A reunion concert with the troop that staged the first bilingual production of Les Miserables in Quebec.
Fans of fantasy and sci-fi are in Montreal for the colourful and star-studded weekend festival
Orlando Julius and Afrosoundz groove with a psychedelic twist, while Martha and Lucy Wainwright performed tunes
Lauryn Hill has a second show Wednesday, while the sax ensemble Tokyo Chutei Iki is wowing crowds
The big show at Jazzfest Tuesday is a paid show with Lauryn Hill, but there's plenty to see and do for free, as well.
Jamie Cullum was the main act on the outdoor stage
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings began the outdoor shows, while Melody Gardot sold out Salle Wilfried Pelletier.
The West Island is feeling the blues, but there's also country music in the north and Metis music in the south.
Rachid Badouri, Russell Peters and Mike Ward will perform at Just For Laughs this summer
Festivals abound in Montreal this weekend, with something for everyone, even non-racing fans.
Francofolies, Mural Fest and more as festival season kicks into high gear.
A new pavilion opens at the Fine Arts Museum. Plus, the Chamber Music Festival and Beer fests are open.
The new pavililon at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is being marked with a never-before-displayed painting by Louis Anquetin
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings play on June 29, with Jamie Cullum on July 4
From Gaspe, Kevin Parent grew up speaking mostly English but has been writing folk-rock in French for almost 20 years.
A busy weekend in Montreal includes the Fringe Festival and a classical music festival.
Midday dance party at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Caring for Kids Radiothon, Dirty Dancing Musical at Place des Arts.
CJAD, CHOM, TSN 690 and Virgin Radio hosted their annual radiothon to raise money for the Children’s Hospital.
Montrealer Yannick Nézet-Séguin will be the new music director of the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
Dirty Dancing is on stage at Place des Arts, and pennies are in the floor in the Plateau
The Montreal Fringe Festival begins with the Fringe-for-All, when artists get two minutes to show off their play.
The newest X-Men film, Apocalypse, opens. Plus, Les Grands Ballets' newest performance piece.
A new X-Men movie hits theatres, and drone pilots are racing in Montreal
The West Island Blues Festival holds a gala to preview the free concert on June 18.
Craig Kielburger and Paul Martin are working to improve the lives of Aboriginals
Sid Lee and Cirque du Soleil are at C2, a summit for creative business people
Michel Bouchard's play about a gay couple is a tragic love story. Les Feluettes was made into a movie, and is now an opera.
The Angry Birds opens and three-time grand champion St. George's Glee Club performs at Concordia.
The National Circus School, Les Feluettes, and Motherhood out loud are on offer this weekend.
The annual reopening of La Ronde means some new rides for thrill-seekers.