Quality Hotel Midtown
6445 boul Decarie
Montreal, QC H3W 3E1
Phone: (514) 739-3800
Fax: (514) 739-5616
This is a small but active art-house movie theater that presents new independent films and festival collaborations as well as some of the cinematic gems that have disappeared from the radar. Located in the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, this boutique operation is run by documentary filmmaker and impresario Ezra Soiferman. The theater has a capacity of 77 seats which are covered in a plush hemp eco-fabric, a Canadian first. After the film you can hang out in Art Lounge, a European-style café which regularly hosts art exhibits. The venue is frequently rented out to groups for special events.
The Ben Weider Jewish Community Center (JCC) is home to the Montreal wing of the Young Men and Young Women's Hebrew Association (YM-YWHA). It is primarily meant to preserve the integrity and cultural heritage of the Jewish community. To this end the YM-YWHA organizes a variety of events at the JCC. Grand Raffles, sports training, Israel festivals and Health courses for everyone. Apart from these, the YM-YWHA holds Folk dance festivals too, to promote Jewish culture in Montreal.
Plaza Côte-des-Neiges is a great place to catch a movie after shopping. With seven screens, visitors can take their pick from Hollywood to regional flicks. For a good time, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand or mall food outlets. Call for details regarding tickets and bookings or visit the website.
Synchronized feats by majestic horses and acrobats, and other performances by Cavalia enthrall the audience at the White Big Top. A regular venue for the famous world touring company, this place definitely demands a visit if you love prefer quality entertainment.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Cavendish Mall Theatre. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
This modern facility houses various types of athletic facilities. It can seat up to 5000 people and includes on-site showers and locker rooms.
The historic structure that houses the Théâtre Outremont is a heritage sight in itself; and the performances that have been hosted here add to the grandeur and elegance of this theater which is an integral part of Montreal's cultural and social life. The Théâtre Outremont is the premier venue for cabarets, revues and classical concerts that are organized in the city; and this is not just because of the edifice of the theater. The administrators and organizers assure the smooth running of each event and pay attention to every minute detail. The Théâtre Outremont also hosts film screenings, comedy shows, and theatrical performances. Do visit this theater and take back memories that you will cherish for years to come. Please see the website for further information.
Mega-Plex Marché Central 18 screens Hollywood and regional movies. Take your pick from eighteen screens and relax with a soda and popcorn from the refreshment stand. For details regarding show-times, bookings and tickets, call or check the website.
Tucked away in the midst of residential, commercial and educational properties, this spot is well-known among the local music enthusiasts. The Drones Club is a musical hub where provincial musicians and international artists perform regularly. Some of their previous listings are Roomrunner, Tops, Lantern, Freak Heat Waves and Calvin Love.
Cabaret Playhouse is a happening live entertainment venue in Montreal. This place plays host to an array of concerts, music festivals, film screenings and performing arts. Bands Kill Matilda, The Normals and The American Devices have featured in their previous line-ups. Popular music genres include alternative rock, heavy metal and old-school punk. The annual Mascara and Popcorn Festival is a big draw among patrons.
Home to one of the more upscale neighborhoods of the city, Avenue du Parc offers a fair share of attractions, be it stylish boutiques, restaurants, cafes or bars. Amid all this chaos, there lies the imposingly grand building of the Théâtre Rialto. A silent observer to the neighborhood's history, this neo-baroque landmark was built between 1923-1924, and served as a popular cinema house for several decades, shutting down in 1990. For several years hence, the theater remained unused, undergoing some modifications and renovations. Since 2010, however, the theater has been re-opened and is today a prominent venue for various cultural and entertainment venues. Be it concerts, live theater, or film screenings, Théâtre Rialto is an ideal venue. Call or see the website to know more.
This is one of Montreal's top picks for an evening out. Located in the heart of downtown Montreal in the Nouvel Hotel, this 200-seat theater is one of the best comedy venues in North America, hosting many events during the world-famous Just For Laughs Festival. Under the direction of Ernie Butler, local and international comedy talent has had them rolling in the aisles for years. There is no better way to loosen up after a long, hot day of shopping or sightseeing.