Shake, Love and Pasties Miss S, The Mysteries of the Unseen World of the Clavis Argentum, Saor (free), and Me The Queen and a Coconut reviewed.
In the fifth dispatch about Clavis Argentum, Angela reflects on performing to a packed house at Cafe Campus.
Lyla McQueen Shah shares her picks from the Montreal Fringe For All.
I could have named another 25 easily. Here are 10 you might not have on your radar that you should, and 4 that probably already are.
June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out.
It’s not all red noses and honking horns. Clowning is a serious art form. Interview with the fabulous Kendall Savage.
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
This weekend is the perfect time to walk around NDG and check out Porchfest. Interview with organizers here.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
Clowns, the Apocalypse, and being stuck on a ship with Sloan’s Chris Murphy some of the things to expect at the Solos Fest.
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
Five spoken word artists featured in event at Atwater library along with workshop.
Nisha Coleman’s new book follows her first year and a half as a busker on the streets of Paris, from her precarious arrival in the city to her thriving life.
Bennett brings his latest show about figuring out life’s hopes and dreams to the Solos Festival.
The host of GRTWK talks about creating the show and what makes for a good story in this interview.
Montreal’s festival dedicated to performing alone pairs pieces together. Interview with festival co-director Al Lafrance here.
Métis elder Ron Evans doesn’t tell stories in a conventional sense.
Now hear this! The best storytellers from Canada and Quebec are coming to town to pour honeyed nectar into your imagination.
The last week to be a part of Native Immigrant’s Teiotiohkwenhahton: Beadwork, Visions of Peace project.
Rachel talks to Montreal Fringe Festival Executive Director Amy Blackmore about the 25th anniversary of the Fringe, the deep fringe, and her favourite moment of the Fringe.