Performing in Montréal.
“In 1734 a Negro slave set fire to the City of Montreal…” This is how history writes it: Marie Angélique; a slave in a Canadian history book.
The tale of the princess Amba, who invokes the gods to seek revenge after being abducted from her betrothal ceremony and stripped of her honour.
The rendezvous for the makers of current culture and art.
Since 1824, this parade has been celebrated every year, making it the oldest and largest after New York’s parade.
Three shows to see for the whole family.