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This lesser-known movie hall is nevertheless crowded when it is time for the next big release. Located in a city, just a couple of miles from Quebec, Lido de Levis enjoys patronage from faithful flick fans, who come here to get their dose of big-screen action. Call for more information on this cinema and get ready for a big dose of entertainment!
L'Anglicane was once a church which has now been converted into a medium sized theater. It is also a heritage site. The theater hosts nearly sixty shows every year. These shows range from music to comedy and from jazz to classical music. The Anglican is a great place for entertainment and is known for its hospitality in local circles. Check website for upcoming shows and packages.
The Théâtre Petit Champlain - Maison de la Chanson is not your ordinary theater. In fact, it is one of the very few to endorse the "song". Formerly known simply as Champlain Theatre, Théâtre Petit Champlain is called as the Maison de la Chanson, which translates into House of Song. Hear some of the most distinguished artists belt their hear out, in sweet melodies that are sure to touch your heart. The schedule is fixed throughout the year, with each day of every month being dedicated to some performer. Dramas, plays and other activities too take place. The theater seating is such that it makes for an intimate setting. A terrace bar situated within the theater caters to those wanting to grab a drink before the show. Kindly check the website or call ahead for event details like timings and admission prices.
Throughout the year the likes of Cirque du Soleil enthrall the audience at this venue with their synchronized display of acrobatics and other acts. Grand Chapiteau at the Port of Quebec hosts quality entertainment that is a sheer pleasure for people of all ages.
If rock, punk and metal are your favorites, then Agora Port de Quebec is the best place to come by. A popular concert hosting venue, it pumps these genres and its evolutionary forms too. The venue regularly pools in the best of the local talents to present an evening one won't forget easily. For the music is upbeat and so is the crowd. Agora also presents the latest sensations rocking the international circuit, so be there to revel in the fun.
The Morrin Centre is a vibrant cultural center in the heart of Quebec City. The 1808 building it occupies was the first prison of the city and restores its historic charm. Take a guided tour of the establishment through jail cells and intriguing exhibitions, as well as the library for a glimpse of 19th-century imprisonment practices. Administered by the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, it commemorates speakers of the English language and their contribution to Canadian culture. The center also rents out spaces for private and social events.
After enjoying a relishing Italian fare at restaurant Savini, head downwards to this basement club to enjoy a night of music and drinks. Located right below the restaurant, Les Voûtes de Napoléon comes alive at 9:30p, offering music lovers a cozy have where they can devour libations while cocooned in melodious rhythms. A subterranean room of a 19th-century building, this bar opened its doors in 1993, and has since become a popular spot for night birds in Quebec. They have a rotating list of in-house musicians who perform every night.
L'Institut canadien de Québec hosts a variety of exhibitions and cultural programs. Through these events, the center aims at encouraging professional artists and young talent. They do this by inviting visual arts and craft artisans around the city of Quebec and put up exhibitions of their work in the Gabrielle Roy museum. They also have a platform known as the Animated Libraries; here they invite work in the form of cultural animations, depicting the life and culture of Quebec.
Les Gros Becs Theatre is a theater that puts on popular performances for young audiences, from young kids to teenagers. The theater also aims to promote theater among kids, and thus organizes several workshops in drama, comedy and several other genres for kids from time to time. This is the ideal place to visit with the entire family for a stunning theater performance. Visit website for schedule.
Named in honor of the operatic tenor, Raoul Jobin, Salle Raoul-Jobin is the main performance venue at the grand Palais Montcalm. This 979-capacity concert hall is a delight for music lovers, what with its wonderful performances which are further enhanced by excellent acoustics. In addition to being ideal for concerts, this venue is also suited for events like meetings and banquets.
The grand Palais Montcalm Theatre, erected at Place d'Youville, has entertained Quebec for almost 70 years. With a diverse lineup of classical, contemporary and specialty musical acts, the stone structure allows magnificent sightlines and superior acoustics in stately surroundings. A smaller performance space, the Café-Spectacles du Palais Montcalm, showcases blues and jazz acts in a cozy atmosphere. Though superseded by the Grand Théâtre in stature, the Palais Montcalm remains one of the city's true artistic and architectural landmarks. Ticket prices vary.
Orchestre symphonique de Québec is more than 100 years old and hence is one of the most significant pillars of the musical history of Quebec. It is the oldest symphony orchestra in Canada. Over these years, the orchestra has commemorated not only Canadian but also international composers and has been the birthplace of many musical works from Canada and around the world. They keep encouraging and educating young talent to make them familiar with classical repertoire. The Orchestre symphonique de Québec has presented magnificent performances every time the region of Quebec surpassed historical milestones. A schedule of concerts is available on their official website for perusal.