Following British traditions, in light of the new Downton
Abbey film currently playing in theaters, fans will be delighted to learn that
the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel’s
main restaurant Rosélys is offering themed afternoon tea luncheons with
specially prepared sweet and salty bites inspired by the series.
Choose from a selection of over a dozen different gourmet green, black and white teas as well as a few premium teas for a small supplement, to accompany the warm scones, mini sandwiches , sweets and savory bites presented neatly on a three tiered platter by their Meilleur Ouvrier de France pastry chef, Jean-Marc Guillot.
Present your Downton Abbey movie ticket stub to receive a complimentary champagne flute and feel free to dress up with your friends and family in accordance to the theme for a full Downton experience.
I was very impressed by the attentiveness of the wait staff and glad that the restaurant is capable of accommodating different dietary restrictions.
When: Thursday to Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Price: From $37 per person, plus tax & service.
Reservation: email@example.com or 514 954 2261
This weekend is your last chance to see the much acclaimed musical performance of Mona Golabek in The Pianist of Willesden Lane. Currently running for two more performances at the Segal Center for Performing Arts.
Golabek simply astounds with her moving solo, virtuoso piano storytelling performance that is a veritable musical memoir. Based on a very personal and true story, the audience follows the journey of young Jewish piano prodigy Lisa Jura from her lessons with her first piano professor in Vienna to her escape from Nazi-ruled Austria aboard the kinder train to the relative safety of London during the Blitzkrieg.
In this inspirational show, Jura’s daughter, Grammy-nominated piano virtuoso Mona Golabek, performs some of the
world’s most beautiful music by Debussy, Bach, Grieg, Beethoven, and Chopin on
a Steinway concert piano , as she shares her mother’s riveting story of
You will hope, learn, travel and cry over this true and
heartwarming tale of sacrifice, talent and ultimately Love.
Currently running until September 29th at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts.
WHERE: 5170 chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montreal, H3W 1M7
ancient lives exhibit at the museum of Fine Arts
Making its North American premiere at the MMFA, come and marvel at six treasures of ancient Egypt with the new Egyptian Mummies: Exploring ancient lives exhibit at the museum of Fine Arts
Produced by the British Museum, discover and relive the lives of six people who lived along the Nile. With a unique and innovative approach that combines arts and science, see digital visualizations and observe more than 200 objects from ancient Egypt.
The exhibit offers a raw but respectful portrait of who these six individuals were. From age, beliefs and the diseases they suffered from: each mummy has a unique story to tell.
The Exhibit runs from September 14th to February 2nd 2010