Articles by Victoria Shinkaruk
Comedy Night at The Comedy Nest with Sean Kent, Ryan Wilner, Jeff Schouela, and David Acer and Peter Radomski’s awesome hosting, The feel of NYC in Montreal.
This year POP Montreal adds Merv Hartlen to your to-do comedy list. Merv is very well known in the comedy crowd of Toronto.
Marc Rowland of Montreal Improv talks about how Montreal Improv got started and the kinds of events they hold at the venue, both new and old.
Montreal Improv mixes things up with new obstacles during three consecutive days in the battle of 4th IMPRO-niversary.
Ocean, Palm Trees, tropical birds (and some pigeon looking birds and ducks as well of course) and white hot sand… From most of the stories I hear people oftentimes [read on]
New multicultural performer chose music after pursuing criminology and produces emotionally rich album.
If you are into Improv and comedy then Montreal Improv is where you should be on September 4-5-6 for their 4th IMPRO-niversary!
Peopl’s Comedy is going to take a break from the usual monthly comedy stand up show so don’t miss the last show with a headliner from NYC!
To be inside a horror movie with all possible most terrifying monsters from your worst nightmares, drag your corpse to the Mascara & Popcorn Film Festival.
Get ready for the gore, the horror, the weird, and the wild at Mascara and Popcorn’s annual festival of short films. Here’s what’s going down.
An actor, a stand up comedian and an amazing person, Robin Williams was pronounced dead on August 11 2014.
From the beginning of time until present days of Canada’s history and its nations, Mosaic Light Show’s beautiful imagery crawls up the walls of the Parliament building [read on]
Find out from our reviewer if Jim Jefferies new show for 2014 is worth your cold, hard cash!
Funnyman Jim Jefferies talks to Montreal Rampage about his upcoming new show and how his parents got over his career change from opera singer to comedian.
Harry the King might have been rained into submission on its opening night, but all the magic of Shakespeare is there.
Entrelacs, is a unique art exhibition featuring six artists from Canada and Europe that started on July 5th and will go on until August 23rd.