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Christine Long on how a popular stage play is taking shape.
Motel Raphael, from NDG, will rock out at a Hochelaga St. festival this weekend, Christine Long reports.
Montreal’s biggest band plays Park Jean Drapeau, Pierce Brosnan is the November Man, and Ben Kingsley will be an advisor to Tutankhamun.
'Sweeping Forward' was filmed in Pierrefonds and looks at mental health and curling; Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are set to perform.
Jenny Pudavick, Maika Harper and Cynthia Knight on their lively TV show about local aboriginals.
Anime, mange and all forms of Japanese culture are on display in Montreal this weekend, Christine Long reports.
Jelani Remy and Nia Holloway talk to Christine Long about the stage version of a Disney classic.
The Montreal Vocal Art Festival draws students from around the world who come to perfect their most cherished instruments.
Previewing: Kent Nagano's A Quiet Place by Leonard Bernstein, Maxi Priest, Sean Paul, Luciano, Marcia Griffiths, La Fallah at Tohu
Marcia Griffiths celebrates her 50 year music career, Maxi Priest plays tonight, the OSM played Thursday for free, and Hudson Village Theatre present The 39 Steps
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra will accompany 1,500 chorists for a performance of Carmina Burana, preparations for Ile Soniq begin and Passenger plays the Metropolis.
There are new rides at La Ronde. David Heti + Jess Salomon end the Laugh Pack's run at the Segal Centre. Julie Crochetiere of Sugar Jones has a new album
Comedy club The Comedy Nest is switching to full-length shows, instead of multiple comics doing short sets, while Heavy Montreal is rocking hard.
The Hundred Foot Journey and Step Up: All in open this weekend, while Xavier Dolan's film Mommy was chosen for TIFF, and Montrealers have key roles in all three films.
Yanni, Heavy Mtl, Tyler Hilton and Festiblues in Ahunsic are just three of the acts or festivals in town this weekend for live music lovers, while .
Bugs and drinks at the Botanical Garden, preview of the Walking with Dinosaurs show and the Orientalys Festival showcases Middle Eastern, North African and Asian cultures.
Brian Tyler has been called the Louis Armstrong of Quebec. He'll be playing on the closing night of Festiblues in Ahuntsic Park.
Lucas Lawton is a swimmer, artist and Celtic dancer, and he's among the top 10 best dancers in the world.
The first half day of Osheaga is done, and local acts Chromeo, Sam Roberts and Motel Raphael hit the stage.
Christine Long reports on the Osheaga rock festival, expected to attract 145,000 this year.
Drums, dancers and concerts are on display at Place des Festivals, the Festival des Arts starts in St. Sauveur and replicas of King Tut artifacts are on display in the Old Port.
Hosting 145,000 people over three days takes a lot of planning; organizers want the crowds at Osheaga to flow easily.
Christine Long reports from the annual three-day rockfest which is set to take off.
It’s the homestretch for Just For Laughs, so Christine Long has compiled her favourite jokes from comedians such as Alonzo Bodden, Caroline Rhea, Maz Jobrani and more.
A high-profiled hitmaker hit the Bell Centre Friday, as Christine Long reports.
Chevy Chase makes his Just For Laughs debut behind a desk, just like old times, Justin Timberlake hits Montreal
Christine Long collected some of the more mirthful moments from the a variety of stand-up acts in her What's On report.
Don Rickles busted out his signature material for his first show at Just For Laughs in 17 years.
Jon Cryer, Lewis Black and Alonzo Bodden are just some of the stars in town for Just for Laughs, but Bruno Mars is also here – he’s at the Bell Centre.
Part hip-hop, part comedy, Irish artists Abandoman sing about the odd items in your bag.