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Voices of the Quartier des spectacles

Voices of the Quartier des Spectacles is a window on the people and places that make Montreal’s cultural heart beat. From festivals to performance venues, from restaurants to avant-garde art. Every week, you’re invited to discover the city’s liveliest square kilometre!

Ring in the New Year in style

  • 22
  • December
  • 2016

The Quartier des Spectacles is already in full festive form, ready to put on a dazzling array of memorable evenings to welcome 2017. There’s everything from great musical memories to belly laughs to dancing the night away!

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Give the gift of some quality time together

  • 15
  • December
  • 2016

Looking for gift ideas for your friends and loved ones this Christmas? Why not some show or event tickets? Not only will you be giving something original that’s perfect for that special someone’s taste, you’ll share precious – and fun – moments together.

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A LITTLE HOLIDAY MAGIC IN THE QUARTIER DES SPECTACLES

  • 16
  • November
  • 2016

Meet the real Santa Claus, find very special items to put under the tree, dance and sing to gospel, carols or disco, enchant the little ones… the Quartier des Spectacles has everything to charm even the biggest grinches this Christmas.

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RIDM: 1001 ways to see reality

  • 9
  • November
  • 2016

Documentary films have never been more accessible. Popular works have returned the genre to prominence in recent years, and online platforms are helping it to grow.

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The TNM is 65 and its future is bright

  • 19
  • October
  • 2016

Originally, 84 Sainte-Catherine St. West was home to the Gayety, a theatre that opened in 1912 and emerged as the city’s leading vaudeville house. In 1932, the Gayety passed the torch to the Mayfair, a movie theatre where people flocked to see Hollywood’s latest hits.

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A five-part sculpture salutes the creative impulse

  • 6
  • October
  • 2016

Since last spring, the Quartier des Spectacles unveiled a new public artwork. Pedestrians on Jeanne-Mance St., just south of the Place des Festivals, will see Stephen Schofield’s Où boivent les loups.

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10 tuneful ways to spend the 20th Journées de la culture

  • 29
  • September
  • 2016

It has already been 20 years since concert halls, museums, workshops and studios started opening their doors to the public, giving everyone a chance to see how the creative life works and experience culture differently. In the Quartier des Spectacles, it’s like Christmas before time!

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