Baby it’s cold outside, but it’s worth it to get out there and see what’s happening in Montreal. A list of festivals and events in Montreal for January.
The documentary film festival starts today.
This Cannes-nominated documentary puts a spotlight on the people who travel from village to village in India playing films for the public.
The festival, which runs from October 24-27 this week, is screening films related to mental health.
Performers who have confirmed for the upcoming Montréal en Lumière festival include Coral Egan, Isabelle Boulay, and Stacey Kent.
Many events for NDG Arts Week are still taking place despite a massive storm that tore through the main event space.
New festival on podcasting and radio in Montreal offers workshops and speakers
Festival celebrates puppeteering.
Chris Fleming talks about getting started in video work on youtube, as well as one of his greatest hits.
Comedian talks about how she stands out and what she misses most now that she’s in LA.
A list of the artists coming for the MEG this year.
Interview with Kristen Rassmussen and two other shows you need to catch.
We’ve got a pair of tickets to the ’77 punk festival taking place at Parc Jean Drapeau. Enter here.
Film based on epic work Journey to the West is a window into the pop cultural tastes of Hong Kong.
Sketches from the last 21 editions of Joketown for your laughing pleasure.
Music, art, and performance come together in this weekend long event at the Old Port.
A magic and absurdity show that delivers on its promise.
Get ready to enjoy a weekend of camping, circus, burlesque, music, and much more in the Eastern Townships.
Don’t miss a thing this July with our monthly calendar of what’s happening in the city.
Get ready for your month of experimental music with the Suoni Festival.