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Petula Clark Vue d’ici

By Daydree Vendette Petula Clark’s concert at the Salle Albert Rousseau on May 13th was the perfect occasion for the artist to promote her new French-language album Vue d’ici. The

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Eastern Townships of Quebec: Our Hidden History

By Colin Standish If you look closely you can see where the seigneurial system gave way to the Eastern Townships. Near the banks of the mighty Richelieu River a ‘Canadien’

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OVER TWENTY ARTISTS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE 51ST EDITION OF THE FEQ

Camila Cabello, Bullet for My Valentine, Lil Yachty, Air Supply, Machine Gun Kelly, Sebastian Bach, and many more! Québec City, Tuesday, May 1, 2018 – Lots of big names are joining

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Review: Amadeus at the Grand Théâtre, Quebec City

By Aileen Ruane, Are we able to recognize genius in our midst? If so, how do we react to it, especially when it has the ability to completely change our

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QUEBEC CELTIC FESTIVAL 2018 Preliminary programming launch

QUEBEC CELTIC FESTIVAL 2018 Preliminary programming launch Quebec City, April 6, 2018 – On this Tartan Day, The Quebec Celtic Festival (FCQ) is pleased to unveil the preliminary program for

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Jesus Christ Superstar in Quebec City

By Carrianne Bell Recently, in the beautiful setting of Chalmer’s Wesley Church in Old Quebec, I was lucky enough to catch a presentation of the Quebec Art Compamy’s rendition of

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Nos Incontournables at the Salle Albert-Rousseau, Quebec City

By Daydree Vendette Nos Incontournables is a feel-good show that is meant to cash-in on nostalgia. The show is based on the record of the same name and both the

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Jean Gaudreau Exhibition at the Ophélia Restaurant

By Daydree Vendette The Ophélia restaurant on Grande-Allée is architecturally stunning. It’s charm goes beyond gimmicky decoration and grounds itself in a thoughtful symbiosis of the historical and the modern.

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Review: David Mamet’s Race

By Aileen Ruane “On a tous nos préjugés” says Susan to Jack Lawson during the climax of David Mamet’s Race, staged by Martine Beaulne, cynically stating one of the play’s

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Review: Les Fourberies de Scapin in Quebec City

Review by Aileen Ruane, Les Fourberies de Scapin at Salle Albert-Rousseau is a real treat for lovers of classical French theatre. It’s full of fast-paced, pithy dialogue, accompanied by even

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Review: Incendies at Le Trident Theatre, Quebec City

Review by Aileen Ruane “Rien n’est plus beau que d’être ensemble” are the words spoken by Nawal Marwan, played by Nathalie Séguin, Véronika Makdissi-Warren and Lise Castonguay, via a letter

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Quebec City celebrates CanLit during the 2018 ImagiNation Writers’ Festival

From April 3 to 8, 2018, the Morrin Centre will be hosting its ninth annual writers’ festival. Building on popular recurring activities, such as the Books and Winepairing event, and

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Review: François Bellefeuille Le plus fort au monde

By Daydree Vendette, François Bellefeuille burst onto the scene with his brand of angry-guy comedy, looking like a cross between someone going to the grocery store in their pajamas and

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Review: Katherine Levac’s Velours and the Moose That Almost Drowned but Didn’t

By Aurélie Roy, Salle Albert-Rousseau, Quebec City In her first one-woman show, Katherine Levac secures her place amongst the group of young humourists who are taking the Quebec comedy scene