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Things to do in Montréal: April 24 to 30

Rain or shine, just the fact of being able to stroll on snow-free streets is enough to give the city a giddy feel this week. There’s so much enchantment to be had with the thaw of spring, whether it’s the reopening of the musical swings at Place des Arts, the reawakening of the city’s huge bike-path network or the freeing of butterflies in the Botanical Garden (until April 26). Oh, and did we mention monster trucks? Springtime spectacles With the Montréal Canadiens in the playoffs, there’s already so much excitement in the air! But when you’re not at one of these cool spots taking in the games, check out the monster truck engines rev and the mud fly at the 20th edition of Monster Spectacular at the Olympic Stadium on April 25. Then there’s the Spielgelworld theatrical showstopper, Empire, which continues to wow in its own designated tent on the corner of René-Lévesque and Bleury with a unique blend of circus, comedy and vaudeville until May 24. As for theatre, Montréal filmmaker Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky) directs Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning comedy Travesties, on until May 3 at the Segal Centre. Not to mention the interactive spaces, visual and audio performances, immersive experiences, 3D productions, cutting-edge electronic music, vernissages… / Read More →

Things to do in Montreal: March 19 to 25

As Mother Nature tries to decide which way to go out there, huddle indoors with a few dozen good movies thanks to the International Festival of Films on Art this week, or lose yourself in the masses of programming for Digital Spring. There’s also tons of family activities, theatre, ballet, music, and the exciting kickoff of the sugaring season. (Be sure to warn your dentist.) All about arts The 2015 edition of the International Festival of Films on Art presents some 60 films about art this year, running from March 19 to 29, in cinemas all over the downtown core. You can see films on everything from architecture to dance to animation; goodies like Escape From Moomin Valley, all about the fantastical world of comic artist Tove Jansson, or The Man Who Saved the Louvre, about the heroic efforts of Louvre director Jacques Jaujard during the Second World War. Read more here. Theatre lovers won’t want to miss their last chance to catch The Goodnight Bird, at Centaur, a play about a vagrant who lands on a middle-aged couple’s balcony. It runs until March 22. Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal premiere their latest opus on March 19: The Little Prince, chorographed by Dutch… / Read More →


Like much of the world, Montreal loves Oprah – and now the feeling is mutual as the talk-show star and humanitarian shows Montreal some exclusive love at last in An Evening with Oprah, happening April 11 at the Bell Centre…