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A show based on the songs of Baz Luhrmann movies, a visit from Rumer Willis, and a hi-tech way to feel like a Disney character.
A surprise show from a top rocker as well as a George Clooney flick and some Korean dancing are tops on the What’s On calendar of weekend picks.
Maison Rouge is La Ronde’s newest attraction, a haunted house that combines all your greatest fears.
Tom Hardy’s Mad Max, St. George’s Glee Club and much more are on the menu for the long weekend of activities.
A new scary amusement ride leads Christine Long’s long list of weekend activities.
In Echappe Toi, you get a story and a challenge; Amaze is an Indiana Jones-esque adventure, Triplex Nervosa play at the Centaur.
It’s like Game of Thrones, but G-rated – the Medieval Fair is on this weekend in Montreal.
Christine Long has some Mothers’ Day weekend activities for Montrealers.
Known as the departure point for many of the city’s protests, Place Emilie Gamelin has been made over, and a father-son duo are nominated for ACTRA awards.
Lysandre Donaldson and Guylaine Roberge are just some of many local artist with works on display this weekend.
Free comic book day and a drawing session with Rick Trembles and Salgood Sam is one of the highlights of a great weekend for fans of superheroes and fantasy.
Bust a Move Dance battles at the Tohu, Avengers movie hits screens, and Porchfest NDG
Jason Rockman on the new Avengers, Age of Ultron, Free Comic Book Day and Riverdale High drama.
Rockfest started out as a three-band show dreamt up by a 17-year-old Alex Martel. Now it’s a major event that drew 200K people last year.
Russell Crowe directs an historical drama, play Triplex Nervosa opens, Paper 15 gallery opens this weekend.
Russell Crown is making his directorial debut about the ANZAC invasion of Gallipoli 100 years ago. Also look at Papier 15 in the Mile End, and a burlesque show that’s not for kids.
Empire circus cabaret open next week and Bust a Move, a dance competition, begins tomorrow.
The International Jazz Festival of Montreal has unveiled a list of performers for the indoor shows that will take place this summer.
Michel Louivain, now 78, is considered Quebec’s Frank Sinatra, as audiences can attest.
Saturday is Record Store Day and Cheap Thrills may have what you're after, Unfriended out today, Grease gets Just for Laughs treatment.
If you’d rather go outside hit the musical swings, try the sexy circus cabaret Empire, or Game On at the Science Centre
The musical swings are back in downtown Montreal -- and will be in place most of the summer
Erik Olsthoorn on the Stop Motion Film Fest and dancer Melanie Demers and Camp Fires at the McCord, featured in What’s On.
Olivia Weinstein, Krin Hagland, Roya the Destroya are some of the talented entertainers performing in Montreal, as Christine Long reports in What’s On.
Complexe Desjardins has sprouted an indoor oasis.
Christine Long reports on a wild game which sees participants learn methods of escape on What’s On.
One of the world’s biggest dancing competitions is taking place in Montreal, Christine Long reports in What’s On.
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band performs for the Chamber Music Festival and Tom Arnold roasts Vince Guzzo.