With a gender switch casting twist, this comedy explores the mess that love can be.
Latest play by Beautiful City Theatre looks at school bullying and violence.
Support mostly proper ladies Tessa J Brown and Marianne Trenka fund their Montreal Fringe Show.
Great script and challenging characters make for complex play.
T. A. Wellington reviews Graham McCann’s book “A Very Courageous Decision”, charting the making of what should have been Britain’s Best Sitcom.
Liam Cormier talks bats (real ones), costumes, stage diving, and Gwar. In sum, he’s awesome.
Building on their debut success of 180, Palma VIolets turn their songwriting attention to their US tour and lost love.
Russell Crowe takes on the role of a man who searches for his sons during the Battle of Gallipoli.
Wade Macneil’s latest with Gallows is new territory — a beautiful beast.
Exploring the history of Quebec law, part two: the British contribution.
Mr. Scruff returned to Montreal for a much-appreciated night of solid groove and funk. Also, a quick review of his new album, Friendly Bacteria.
Review of the multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.
Those lucky enough to see Ginger Baker got to spend an hour and a half in the presence of greatness.
A Bandolier of Dreams and High Tea bring out the British accents. Which one is real and which one isn’t? Wine or tea? Where’s the beer?