Performing in Montréal.
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.
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.
The city’s reputation as a creative hub is buoyed by digital innovation.
The Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) present the works of their students.
How to open our eyes to what the realities of our lives demand.
Presenting many films in the following disciplines: painting, architecture, design, photography, literature and music.