things to do in montreal
Centaur Theatre gives you a reason to go outside with its offerings for the 19th annual Wildside Festival.
Have the Sommelier de Jeu find the right game for you.
Hundreds come out to send cards of support to Amnesty International’s chosen prisoners each December. Pictures here.
Concordia tops the leaderboard of successful university escapees from A/Maze. How will Montreal Rampage’s writer do? Find out.
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.
Ten years of laughs expand into two weeks of improv festival goodness. If you’ve never checked out improv, give it a try. You have nothing to lose.
Festivals and events to put on your calendar for the month of October in 2015.
Supermoon gazing at the new planetarium from full to eclipse.
Three-days of free shows with great performers, art, and street performers. You should be there.
Now in its second year, the Marche des Possibles continues to have strong programming, whether you prefer yoga, kids events, music, or shopping.
Audiences don’t know where it takes place or what they’re about to see, but they love pop-up theatre all the same.
Vernissage of colourful art complimented with talented local performers.
Get ready to dance and play for free each weekend at the Hivernale. Check out Derrick’s photojournal of the Friday night party.
Place des Arts lights up with immersive art featuring an art installation, food trucks, videos, and interactive games.
This might seem like an odd Bucket List adventure, but I decided to take a visit to the original Bank of Montreal. Fascinated by the building, and I knew there was a small [read on]
This Mile End Food Tour is a delightfully delicious way to discover what this northern Montreal neighbourhood has to offer.
The Souk at the SAT is one of the most anticipated holiday markets in Montreal.
Now that winter is fast approaching and we are wanting to venture outside less and less, it’s the perfect time for exploring some of Montreal’s museums! And I cant think [read on]
Register this weekend to participate in the city’s most absurd (and fun) scavenger hunt.
Practice chanting for the next big throwdown in Montreal. Bat-tle-War! Bat-tle-War! Bat-tle-War!