Executive and Artistic Director of the Montreal Fringe Festival, Amy Blackmore, talks about the mood around this festal season fave and its radical hospitality
Cathartic and fun, choose your weapons and your games and get your angst out.
Tour de force of puppeteering, Ronnie Burkett brings many characters to life.
Annual Otakuthon festival is proof that Otaku have more fun.
Dokstation invites you to an event showcasing workshops on interesting topics, catered cocktail hour, jazz band, activities and games for the Autism Foundation.
Review of events and a photojournal of Saturday morning at Otakuthon.
The cast and crew get to meet the press at the first press conference preceding the launch of the schedule.
Big musical fun with a pulpy look at the battle for morality in Montreal in the 1950s.
Dan Savage’s festival where everyday people make and star in pornographic film shorts comes to Montreal.
We sent out two photographers to capture the parade. Here’s what they saw.
McGill’s sketch comedy troupe delivers big when it comes to comedy and you can always bring your snack of choice!
Even if you can’t afford to buy a boat, you can enhance your daydreams by going to the annual boat show.
What more could you want for New Year’s Eve 2016? Dancing to great beats, a great band, drinks, and burlesque.
Try this group escape game that challenges you with no clues.
Have the Sommelier de Jeu find the right game for you.
Popular live game in St. Henri adds a new challenge to its games with The Ultimate Mind, a chance to save the world from zombies.
We sent Marlene Wilson to get in on all the undeadness of the Halloween Zombie Walk
Interactive and immersive experience promises to be fun and to give your heart a good workout with adrenaline.
Put this on your Montreal Bucket List while the odds are still in your favour: Combat Archery with DodgeBow.
The hottest new sports craze that combines dodgeball, paintball, and archery is in Montreal NOW.