A quick peek into the creative process behind the Fringe show of the well-spoken Irish born actress who has made Montreal her home.
The Wildside Festival in Montreal promises great theatre to break up the January blahs.
Get ready for this musical about Irish immigrants to Quebec.
Athletics, dancing, food, and shopping Scottish (and a bit of Irish) style at the Montreal Highland Games.
Reviews of The Morning After the Life Before, The Detective, The Dame, and the Devil, and This is Not She.
Jane makes the transition from Dublin to Montreal.
Dave King has a lot to y’know say about why it’s good to be fronting a long-runing Celtic punk band.
There’s plenty to get angry about this week: Johnson and Johnson, Officer 728, and how we handle complaints about doctors.
With many free events, the annual Blue Metropolis is a chance to meet authors, listen to intelligent discourse, and get in touch with the local and international lit scenes.
Film follows the immigrant experience of a young Irish woman who comes to New York.
One woman, two realities: the life and family struggles of a war photographer were never explored or delivered in a film as sensibly before!
Incredible show of old and new material delights U2 fans.
A beautiful day, a beautiful sound, from Gold Diggerz to Mano Le Tough, check our photos HERE.
From deals with the devil to back-alley abortions, Terminus showcases Dublin as a fourth character in this three-person show.
Multinational corporations, government, and local laws — a minefield. Should US laws apply to US companies abroad or local laws?
Montreal’s Next Wave Musical Festival starts with two great productions.