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St-Denis Theater was built in 1915 and was inaugurated on March 4, 1916. This theater presented classic performers such as the tenor Hipolito Lazaro and the violinist Jascha Heifetz. Besides, celebrities such as Emma Calvé, Alfred Cortot, Mischa Elman, Tita Ruffo, Jacques Thibaud and Théodore Botrel, it also hosted performances by Maurice Ravel in 1928. Both halls are equipped with the latest sound and lighting systems, and boast a joint capacity of 3151 with 2218 seats in hall 1 and 933 seats in hall 2. The theater is today utilized as a venue of dance performances, comedy, theatre, musical concerts and seminars. After the show, you can stop over at any of the theater's partner restaurants and avail of a 10 percent discount.
Cineplex Odeon in the Latin Quarter promises a great movie experience. Take your pick from 17 screens. For an enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Private screenings are also possible. For party room rentals, show times, ticket prices and bookings, call or check the website.
Cinémathèque Québécoise is a fantastic combination of old and new. The unique conservatory prides itself in preserving and promoting the film and television legacy of the world! Established in 1963, the institute boasts of an impressive collection of over 35,000 international movies, 25,000 TV series and various ephemera such as magazines, books, posters, photographs, scripts and production archives, all dedicated to the television and film heritage from all over the world. The place also features an interesting array of artifacts like old filming equipment, costumes, props and such. As such, Cinémathèque Québécoise is a melting pot of cultural cinema and a place where artists and filmmakers of all genres can learn about the evolution of world cinema, thus finding inspiration to make better movies.
Located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, and not too far from the Canadian National Film Board's Ciné-Robothèque, this is the province of Quebec's national cinema archive and theater. Museum exhibits at the Cinémathèque Québécoise include a permanent study of animation, along with any number of rotating displays and touring shows. The cinema itself is state-of-the-art, running its own program of features and documentaries from Quebec, Canada and around the world. The cinemas are also often used in the various film festivals in Montreal.
The Salle Pierre-Mercure is a popular venue amongst musical favorites of Montreal. It's sleek and clean architecture gives a refreshing feel to performance spectators as they enter the building, prepared for an evening of creative abundance.
Théàtre TELUS was inaugurated in 2008 and has since come to be a popular venue for a range of events and performances, The theater boasts a capacity of up to 1200 spectators, and excellent sound and lighting equipment. Offering a flexible space, the theater is an ideal venue for not only musical concerts, plays, solo and ensemble performances, and dance recitals, but also for stand-up comedy shows. Théàtre TELUS is one of the proud hosts of the Just of Laughs Festival. Follow their facebook page to stay updated with the latest events and performances to be hosted at the theater.
Constructed in the year 1992, the Centre Pierre-Péladeau is a venue at the University of Quebec at Montreal. The concert hall Salle Pierre-Mercure is the main hall within the center, which is mainly used for music concerts, dance performances, among other cultural programs. It is one of the important venues in the university for student recitals, concerts, shows and other events.
Even if shaking a leg and swaying your hips is not your thing, watching the damsels strut their stuff is no sweat for a good time. Cabaret Mado is a place where cabaret is the order of the day and having a good time is a written rule. The decor is opulent, grand and transports you to a burlesque soiree and so are the performers. With a different event happening every night based on eclectic themes and live DJs that have it going loud and large—Cabaret Mado insures your time and money is well spent.
Located in the Latin Quarter, this is one of the most successful children's theater groups in the city. The program has attracted more than 60,000 spectators annually since the opening of its new hall in 1996. Its popularity is reflected in the subscription base, which surpasses 1000. The award-winning company produces full-scale shows for children and adolescents, musical events and educational activities and workshops. It also brings in dozens of exciting troupes from around the world.
With a lot of history behind it, Le National is a theater located in the city, giving audiences an excellent venue to catch a play or a performance. The theater looks amazing with excellent lighting and good seating; what more could audiences ask for? It can also be rented out for corporate events and functions.
Well-organized events, comedy shows or musicals, it's all happening here at the Theatre Ste. Catherine in Montreal. There are regular workshops for narrative story-building for all those interested. The theater organizes a fun event wherein the writers, directors, actors and many other artists get together to create a play in just one day. Check out their schedules and be there to enjoy with like-minded intellectuals.
One of the city's best known large venues, this concert barn has played host to everything from Just For Laughs Festival improv shows, to Nuits d'Afrique events, to Éric Lapointe and the biggest names in Quebec rock, to Maxi Priest and Robbie Williams. Fully licensed and decked out in a colorfully eclectic décor, it also hosts weekly cover bands: Satisfaction plays the Rolling Stones, and Trick of the Tail covers Genesis, just to name two. Many a night out in the Latin Quarter has begun within.