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Review: Louis T – Objectivement Parlant

By Carrianne Bell. Recently, at the Théâtre Petit-Champlain, Louis T debuted Objectivement Parlant, his one man show. With a province-wide tour beginning this week, he brought down the house with

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Review: Soirée masculine – Four guys and four guitars at Palais Montcalm

By Job Patstone On the evening of March 18 at Palais Montcalm, in downtown Quebec City, we were treated to a show which is part of a series entitled ‘Vitrines

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Review: Nick Payne’s Constellations – The Infinite Possibilities of Love

Photo: Constellations présentée au Trident du 6 mars au 2 avril. Crédit Stéphane Bourgeois.  By Aurélie Roy Constellations was written by English playwright Nick Payne in 2012. It has been played

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Review: Disney On Ice Passport to Adventure at the Videotron Centre, Quebec City

We all know Disney and love (most of) their characters and films, so it was with great delight that the family geared up for an evening out involving many of

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Jean-Michel Anctil: Does Your Funny Bone Need a Tickle?

Review by Carrianne Bell Jean-Michel Anctil might look like an average Joe, but he is anything but average. Appearing in his fourth show, Je4n Michel, he packed the house at

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Martin Levac B-Sides: Live, Intimate, Quirky, Incredible

Review by Carrianne Bell. Photos courtesy of Véronique Pelletier. Phil Collins doesnt often give concerts anymore; that’s due to him being deaf in one ear and his hands can no

Quebec Literature Reviews

Book Review: The Original Six ISBN 9781613219492

Title: The Original Six Author: Lew Freedman ISBN: 9781613219492 Price: $34.99 Publisher: Pajama Press Review by Job Patstone In his latest book, Lew Freedman brings forth the time when there

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Patrice Michaud’s Third Album Almanach Launched with Style

Review by Nathalie Peron Québec City (Québec) February 7th, 2017, District St-Joseph – Cap-Chat native singer and songwriter Patrice Michaud launched his third album Almanach in the cozy and intimate

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Whisky, bubbles, cocktails – what more could you want from an evening?

Following the immense success of the 2016 event, The 2017 Bulles, Whisky & Cie offering held at Hôtel Le Concorde in Quebec City on February 2nd and 3rd simply had

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Review: L’emmerdeur is a Pain in the Funny Bone

Review by Carrianne Bell I’ll admit that I’m not that up to date on Québécois culture. In fact, other than a introductory course that was part of my French language

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Le songe d’une nuit d’été at the Trident: A Unique Tour de Force

Olivier Normand’s adaptation of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a successful tribute to one of the English playwright’s most popular comedies. The play opens with a young and

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Fun for all the family with L’Aventure Gonflable Leclerc Proludik

Adventure Awaits! St-Augustin-de-Desmaures (Québec) December 29th, 2016, Stade Leclerc Review by Nathalie Peron It is all smiles in this bigger than life childhood paradise of inflatable games created by Plaisir

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Book Review: Where Bodies Fall by Sheila Kindellan-Sheehan

Review by Bobbi Zahra  Title: Where Bodies Fall Author: Sheila Kindellan-Sheehan ISBN: 9781550654271 Price: $20.00 Publisher: Véhicule Press If Sheila Kindellan-Sheehan is new to you, as she was to me,

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La Voix Junior at Videotron Centre, Quebec City

It might be called la Voix Junior, but there was nothing amateurish about the children singing at the Videotron Centre last night. The Voice franchise has reached Quebec and this