Eight plans for the weekend |  Tips for leaving home

Eight plans for the weekend | Tips for leaving home

Montreal and its surroundings are full of shows, exhibitions and movies. Here are some suggestions for refueling.

Posted at 11:30 a.m.

The feelings of Virginie Fortin

The comedian Virginie Fortin continues the tour of her show My feelings at the Lion d’Or, in Montreal, from October 13 to 15. General admission tickets. “We love Virginie Fortin’s ability to find jokes where there are none, which she does brilliantly in her new solo show. My feelings. Like when she exposes her reflections on space-time and manages to provoke laughter, ”journalist Marissa Groguhé wrote on March 10.

Guillaume Pineault Detour


PHOTO FRANÇOIS ROY, THE PRESS

Guillaume Pineault

Comedian Guillaume Pineault presents Detour at Salle Hector-Charland de Joliette, on October 13 at 8:00 p.m., and at Salle Désilets del Cégep Marie-Victorin, on October 14, also at 8:00 p.m. “Guillaume Pineault is therefore one of those with whom it is good to spend time, which counts for a lot. The texts of him are primarily driven by the playful familiarity of the portrait he paints,” journalist Dominic Tardif wrote on March 9.

A premiere in Montreal for choreographer Silvia Gribaudi


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The four performers Thank you : Andrea Rampazzo, Siro Guglielmi, Silvia Gribaudi, Matteo Marchesi.

The dancer and choreographer of Italian origin Silvia Gribaudi visits Montreal for the first time invited by Danse Danse with her creation Thank you. The piece is inspired by the Graces, daughters of Bacchus and Venus in Greek mythology, and more specifically in neoclassical sculpture the three graces, which has become a universal reference of beauty. A reference that the choreographer questions with humour, mockery and modernity, transforming the Graces into three Apollos, revisiting the traditional canons of beauty and the codes of representation.

Until October 15, at the Jean-Duceppe Theater

Iris Gagnon-Paradise, Press

Pierre Wabush’s story about the boards


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charles bender in The Wabush Precinct. He will be surrounded by Marie-Josée Bastien, Joanie Guérin, Dave Jenniss, René Rousseau and Émily Séguin.

Created last year via webcast, Wendat author Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui’s work finally comes to the stage in front of an audience in a staging by Daniel Brière and Dave Jenniss. Inspired by the collection. Kitchike Chronicles: The Big One Arrivesby Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, published in 2017, The wabush pen centers on Pierre Wabush (Charles Bender), who has become an outcast in his community after exposing their leader’s corruption to the media. From October 12 to 29 at the Espace libre.

jean Siag, Press

Transgressive cabaret at the Phénomena festival


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The director of Phénomena, D. Kimm.

11me The Phénomena festival continues until October 21. This weekend, the traditional cabaret dada will be hosted by the always amazing Alexis O’Hara. On the menu for this evening of disrespect, extravagance and transgression, as the word “dad” suggests: the antics Laurette and Arlette, experiential rocker Jonathan Parant, dancer and choreographer Jacques Poulin-Denis, queer dancer Maxine Segalowitz and the Beaver Shepherd musician.

Mario Cloutier, special collaboration

To the movies : Ennio, the film of the novelist, Y November





At the request of the public, an additional screening of the excellent documentary enio was scheduled for Monday, October 17 at night. A rare opportunity to see this film dedicated to Ennio Morricone, a giant composer of unforgettable music in cinema. This feature film by Giuseppe Tornatore, still without a North American distributor, is presented in its original Italian version with French subtitles as part of the Return to Italy cycle, the result of a collaboration between the Montreal Italian Cultural Institute and the Museum Cinema.

Marc-Andre Lussier





With Hong Sang-soo’s films fairly poorly distributed in our lands, Montreal moviegoers will have the opportunity to see the prolific Korean filmmaker’s penultimate offering on Friday and Saturday at the Festival du nouveau cinema. On the borders of cinema and literature, the novelist movie is a dramatic comedy, beautifully shot in black and white, built around the meeting between an uninspired novelist and an actress. this 27me Hong Sang-soo’s feature film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Berlinale this year.

Marc-Andre Lussier, Press





Tracking, helicopter jump for interrogation in Morocco and apartment raids; those who like police thrillers will be delighted. The director Cédric Jimenez multiplies the close-up frames, so that we live in immersion the stress and ardor of the researchers. During the final scene, we are literally, allow us the expression, at the end of our seat.

Emily Coast, Press


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