in Montréal, at the crossroads of North American and European cultures, is an opera celebrating Beethoven’s 250th
birthday, by displaying Beethoven’s only opera, Fidelio. The performance
will feature talented artists such as Michael Shade, Luca
Pisaroni and Lise Davidsen. A tale that follows Leonore, as she
has disguised herself as a man. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit
Time to do a time warp again with the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Imperial Cinema. You’ll find this event as eccentric as the characters that the movie showcases. The evening encourages fans to dress up and watch the movie, while live actors add to the fun. A spooky ball and a costume contest are also included. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit rockyhorrormontreal.com.
Journey with your family and friends through the history of Exporails. A little Halloween “spirit” has taken over, enjoy the ghosts, skeletons, bats, and spiders this October while attending Canada’s largest railway museum. The archive includes an abundance of railway vehicles and some 10,000 artifacts. For more information and to book a tour, visit exporail.org.