cool things to do in Montreal
In this new weekly article, the Artistorian lists her picks from the Montreal art scene this week.
Love and Funky stuff tries out the Silent Disco Squad and this is what happened on the Happy House track.
Two shows, six troupes at the Montreal Improv theatre and a whole lotta characters.
Photos from the holiday Monday edition of Piknic Electronik. Ask yourself why you weren’t there!!!!
A beautiful day, a beautiful sound, from Gold Diggerz to Mano Le Tough, check our photos HERE.
J.u.D., Keys ‘n Krates, and Tiga get the Igloofest whip the crowd into a frenzy on a cold night.
Fernando Landin went and this is what he saw.
Amazing beats by Oliver Heldens plus the great atmosphere of Igloofest means my Sunday night was cooler than yours.
German DJs and lots of free hugs make Igloofest Friday night go round!
A hot lineup of Quebec DJs made January 18 a pulsing night at Igloofest.
With fleecy outfits, cat faces, spiderman, and a great line-up of DJs, Igloofest’s first weekend was da bomb.
Place des Arts lights up with immersive art featuring an art installation, food trucks, videos, and interactive games.
Angela Potvin interviews Jimmy Karamanis to get the lowdown on the hit rock opera, Johnny Legdick, part of Montreal’s Widside Festival.
Every Sunday you can watch the funniest of the funny battle to be the last of the funny… and it’s funny.
After a quick look at this year’s lineup we predict that Igloofest 2015 is the must-do activity in 2015.
All secrets were finally revealed when Broken River had its last show on Sunday, in front of a packed house. The actors really went all out, frantically trying to bring all [read on]
Broken River continues to be a clever mixed bag of goodies for audiences that’ve braved the cold every Sunday for the past three weeks. Broken River Part 2 – by [read on]
A mysterious murder case, a number of suspects and two detectives putting pieces together in a completely improvised mini-series Broken River at Montreal Improv
New Montreal Improv macabre serial Broken River gets underway pretty quickly, with a real “corpse” on stage and the unmistakable sounds of police sirens.
Creepy and colourful, undead versions of every once living being (and some never really living) took to Montreal’s streets.