The first must-see show of the Fringe is open, a virtuoso performance on the situation in Venezuela.
Three minutes is all you get to sell yourself at the Fringe For All. Here are a few of our favourites (but by no means all of our favourites!)
June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out.
The popular guide to how to survive Osheaga 2017 is here.
Shows by indigenous performers, some local, some from around the world, address the theme of reconciliation.
Get ready for your month of experimental music with the Suoni Festival.
Alex Ortiz talks about performing while suspended above fire, how Chinese audiences differ from others, and channelling Prince.
Six art projects make use of a little used space: the FM band.
This weekend, NDG will be blooming with music from every balcony.
Get ready for seven days of creative drinks by the best bartenders in the city.
This is the one porn film festival that everyone should see (over 18, of course).
Show explores the effect of power on the human body and pscyhe.