Twenty-one swings to celebrate spring and live the experience of musical cooperation.
The show smashes the boundaries of circus, cabaret, variety and burlesque, reinventing the genres.
Here’s an opportunity to see the Museum’s most recent acquisitions, dating from the late eighteenth and the nineteenth centuries.
Revisits the history of video games from their early beginnings.
A professional ultimate frisbee team that plays in the American Ultimate Disc League.
A series of concerts showcasing the Beckerath organ in the Basilica.
First major solo exhibition in Canada by British artist Yinka Shonibare MBE.
All summer long, Sainte-Catherine Street turns into a pedestrian zone for artists and visitors between Berri and Papineau Streets.
Enjoy the experience of Montréal street food at its best.
Lake-Like presents works by seven guest artists in counterpoint with selected pieces from the Musée de Lachine's art collection.
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