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We might not be able to share the punchlines, but we can tell you what to expect at The Nasty Show, a perennial favourite at Just for Laughs.
They were stand-up comedians from different backgrounds, but Jess Salomon and Eman El-Husseini found love, married, and perform together.
There's a new international village at the heart of Festival Nuits d’Afrique and it is bring cultures together.
There's lots to discover with free and ticketed events as Montreal’s annual 'Festival Nuits d'Afrique' begins.
The Ethnic show has begun at Just for Laughs, and the pokes and prods about our differences often show how we laugh at the same jokes.
One of the Just for Laughs Festival's most lauded shows celebrates differences, and finds something funny for everyone.
Movies in the Park takes place at Empire Park in Greenfield Park tonight, as we get our entertainment round-up.
Montreal Completement Cirque is on and features Scotch & Soda, a double shot of circus and music with a gritty carnival-cabaret vibe.
Stormtroopers are in town as part of the annual convention
Montreal's Comiccon celebrates its tenth anniversary with a dress-up party for geeks.
After the success of Dallas Buyers' Club, Jean-Marc Vallee tried his hand with the small screen. Christine Long and the director chat.
Robert Lepage and Betty Bonifassi's controversial show SLAV was formally cancelled by Jazz Fest organizers on Wednesday.
Quebec filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallee hopes to have another big hit on his hands with the Amy Adams-starring HBO miniseries 'Sharp Objects.'
A Canadian newcomer and a recognized singer-songwriter are on stage tonight
Friday and Saturday's scheduled performances of the controversial musical show, SLĀV, have been cancelled due to performer Betty Bonifassi's fractured ankle, according to Jazz Fest organizers.
Indoors and out, there are great concerts to enjoy for the first weekend of Jazz Fest
Schwartz's, the iconic deli on the Main that's been serving smoked meat for generations, turns 90 years old.
Band is ceebrating its 35th anniversary
Robert Lepage and Betty Bonifassi are making headlines, as protesters say white artists should not profit from slave songs.
Cavalia comes to one of Montreal's most-iconic bridges
Years ago, Betty Bonifassi recorded her versions of American slave songs, and Robert Lepage is staging her concert of those songs – a contro
La Ronde has changed a lot since opening at Expo '67, bringing more than just rollercoasters to thrill-seekers.
La Ronde is looking back to its origins at Expo ’67, giving grandparents a look back at the playground of their youth.
Singer-songwriters Vance Joy and Scott Helman bring their shows to the Bell Centre.
Slave songs of the American South are the focus of a new show; Berry Gordy's musical odyssey takes center stage in Motown: the Musical.
Inside Canada Olympic House, as part of an interactive exhibit, you can revisit great moments and try out some competitions.
Celebrating arts and culture in First Nations communities, the mixed arts festival offers great discoveries. Folk Fest kicks off 3 days of m
With Montreal set to host World Cup matches in 2026 and this year's tournament off to a start, local soccer fans are getting their kicks.
Tig Notaro, Jim Norton and Wanda Sykes are among the big names being added to the Just For Laughs lineup.