Les Miserables

February 7th – February 11th, 2018

Salle Wilfrid Pelletier

www.evenko.ca

This year, Place Des Arts will host of the most celebrated musicals of all time: Les Miserables. based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo. Witness a story of broken dreams, unrequited love, and resilience of the human soul live on stage. Includes the memorable songs “I Dreamed a Dream” and “One Day More”, and many more.

 

For showtimes and tickets got to evenko.ca

Theme Nights at Old Port Skating Rink

Until March 8th, 2018

Old Port of Montreal

http://www.oldportofmontreal.com/

Well-known for the quality of its ice and beautiful views of Old Montréal, the Old Port ice rink offers theme nights throughout the week. Tuesday evenings mean cardio training. On Wednesdays, a warm fire and hot chocolate await your arrival after work. And on Thursdays, a DJ and an electrifying atmosphere after sunset. A great place to take your Valentine date or have family night out.

To find out more of whatthe Old Port has to offer, visit their website at oldportofmontreal.com

GABOR SZILASI: THE ART WORLD IN MONTREAL, 1960–1980

Until April 29th, 2018

Mccord Museum

https://www.mtl.org/en/what-to-do/festivals-and-events/gabor-szilasi-montreal

Explore the world of Gabor Szilasi, one of Québec’s best-known living photographers, at the Mccord Museum. There you’ll discover a host of unpublished photographs. Featuring documentary style images from art openings and other events held in Montréal between 1960 and 1980, these shots immortalize the people, places, and vitality of Montréal’s art scene at a time of social and cultural upheaval.

Visit the museum website for more information.

By Catherine McAuliffe

Coordinated by Paul Larson