Arts & Culture


The 39 Steps: a fast-paced Hitchcockian whodunit played perfectly for...

All in all, a cast of four play over 100 characters in 120 minutes and their tongue-in-cheek performances are clearly...

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Playing with Fire: Theo Fleury’s story, Shaun Smyth’s triumph

By on 10 October 0 Comments

The women are killing it at Just For Laughs this year!

By on 25 July 0 Comments

Ethnic and Nasty Shows keep the laughs coming

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Reveurs definitfs

Rêveurs définitifs is pure magic

If you want to experience something hauntingly poetic and magical, something out of the ordinary; if you want a touch...

By on 19 July 2 Comments

The Just For Laughs shows you need to see

Here are my personal bets for JFL and who I'm most looking forward to watching this year! And, as always, there is no...

By on 13 July 0 Comments
Willie Nelson

Montreal’s Folk Fest celebrates its 10-year anniversary

If you've never been to the Folk Fest, you're missing out. It's one of the most chill summer events a city already...

By on 06 June 0 Comments

Time to get your Fringe on, Montreal!

The Fringe Festival is quirky, unpredictable, original, imaginative, free-spirited, funny, titillating,...

By on 31 May 1 Comment
Cameroonian author Imbolo Mbue, is being honoured with The Blue Metropolis Words to Change Prize ($5,000 to an author whose work upholds the values of intercultural understanding and social inclusion) for her debut novel Behold the Dreamers.

Women front and centre at this year’s Blue Metropolis Literary...

Its series Women & Words highlights women authors who continue to be under-represented and under-valued. As part of the...

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Clybourne Park

Of Property Values and Prejudice

Clybourne Park is a two-act play about racism and the politics of race, but also about integration, social structure,...

By on 11 April 0 Comments