Three very funny shows to catch at the Fringe.
Heart-wrenching show looks at autism from those impacted.
Three great shows at the Festival.
Excellent acting in this psychological thriller.
Donald Rees takes on a job as Barbara Steisand’s only employee in an underground mall.
Talk show Don’t Read the Comments is worth tuning into.
With great indoor programming happening each night of jazz fest, here are our picks for who to catch.
Real drama in the Espace Freestanding as Rebecca Rowley and Jen Viens play two wives longing for their husband. The same husband.
Maxine Segalowitz is mesmerizing in dance performance.
Our first Fringe Festival review is of Fringe staple Glam Gam with their take on the film Grease. It’s a hot one!
Elisabeth Martel braved rain and crowds to bring this photojournal of the top bands at Pouzza Fest 2018
Front woman Shawna Potter talks about the band’s latest album, internalized sexism, and the notebook.
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 2018 is here.
NDG’s community music event takes place on patios and porches this weekend
How many more sleeps until the Fringe?
There are more festivals than sunny days in May — and May tends to be full of sunshine in the city!
Up and coming artists and mentors play together in pre-festival concert series.
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal