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There are plenty of ideas for living it up on the first weekend of December
Metropolis is getting a new name, and Bollywood comes to Place des Arts
The Metropolis has undergone many changes since it opened in 1884. The venue is showing its age, and will now be getting a facelift.
Cirque du Soleil adapted the bug and egg-themed performance for a larger audience
Christmas concerts, virtual reality entertainment and the Nutcracker & friends are all on store for the weekend.
Emile took his record label to court and won. The Image+Nation film festival focuses on Madonna’s dancers.
Michel Tremblay's musical about cabarets in the 1970s is getting a remake
Royal West played host to a singing competition
Montreal Visual FX company Hybride finessed the effects and the aliens in the new film 'Arrival.'
Pointe-a-Calliere Museum features treasures from Asia, and Martha Wainwright performs at Rialto.
The Sam Roberts Band played multiple songs from their new album
Sam Roberts Band is launching a new album, Terraform, in the CHOM Rock Room.
Canadian comedian Mike MacDonald opens up about his liver transplant, a suicide attempt and his new responsibility to survive.
Mozart's joyful drama Don Giovanni comes alive as performed by l'Opera de Montreal.
Musician David Usher has a new project with English versions of Quebecois songs, and happy yoga with Soul Pose.
Halloween weekend is almost here! The Montreal Zombie Walk, The Rocky Horror Halloween Ball and The Malefycia Festival are some options.
Marc Hall's struggle to dance with his date is on stage at the Segal. The Arab World Festival starts this weekend.
Finance Minister Carlos Leitao is defending the Liberals' economic strategy.
The comedian is promoting his book about growing up in Canada
The Metas, an award for Montreal's theatre scene, will be given out at the Rialto Theatre on Monday night.
Kid-con is at Uniprix stadium, the Hallowe’en Tree is at DB Clarke theatre.
Slaves on Dope released the album Horse, and Cinderella is at Place des Arts
A non-profit art gallery in Mile End called Never Apart is creating a space where artists can work with no restrictions.
Chlorine and Battered will be on stage in Montreal this autumn
Wapikoni Mobile, a moveable studio, is giving First Nations teens the tools to make movies and music.
There’s no shortage of options with the Burlesque Festival, posters on display, and Plants and Animals
Jean-Imon Legare has found his skating niche in the role of Prince Charming with Disney on Ice.
Dare to Dream has Jean-Simon Legaré as Prince Charming
Choose between a rave on Sunday, free axe-throwing, and more.
Ellen David is holding auditions, while the Centaur will show Clybourne Park, Constellations, and more.