What to do in Montreal this weekend?

Metro offers a selection of activities for all tastes to spend pleasant moments with family or friends.

Latest performance of 2022 revised and corrected

Big success for this show that revisits the year 2022 in humor at the Théâtre du Rideau Vert. Three new recruits have joined the team: Monika Pilon, Marie-Ève ​​Sansfaçon and Pierre Brassard who takes on the features of several personalities, including Pierre Bruneau, Gilles Vigneault and François Legault. About forty sketches are presented, orchestrated by Natalie Lecompte.

  • Green Curtain Theater
  • Saturday, at 8 p.m.

For more info and to read our review, it’s here.

Lumino-meditation and Zerobody to recharge your batteries

the Strøm nordic spa offers an ephemeral wellness space at the Palais des congrès de Montréal. Among the activities to discover, the Zerobody which soothes muscle tension. Relaxation guaranteed on a heated waterbed that will hug the contours of your body. As for lumino-meditation, it combines the benefits of luminotherapy with those of meditation in order to combat seasonal fatigue.

  • Until spring. Saturday and Sunday: depending on traffic

To find out more, it’s here.

Lumino-meditation session. Photo credit: Strøm spa

A good dose of emotions with The chorists at the National Monument

Emotions guaranteed with this musical spectacle taken from one of the most popular films of French cinema. The story is that of a musician who introduces young people in difficulty to the practice of singing. The choristsdirected by Serge Denoncourt, features the choirs of Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal and Petits Chanteurs de Laval.

  • national monument
  • Until January 19. Saturday, at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

To find out more, it’s here.

The show The chorists. Photo credit: Just for Laughs

Disco evening at the Esplanade Tranquille ice rink

If you like disco music and ice skating, this is the evening that will meet all your expectations! The huge skating rink on the Esplanade Tranquille turns into a dance floor on Saturday evenings. In the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles, come wiggle your hips to the biggest disco hits from artists such as Donna Summer, Kool & The Gang and the Bee Gees.

  • Quiet Esplanade
  • Until March 25. Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. (Schedule subject to weather conditions)

To find out more, it’s here.

Rare exhibition of old toys to relive your childhood

A collection of old toys is exhibited at the History and Heritage Museum, as well as at the Maison Pierre-Chartrand. Belonging to collectors Marlène Lemieux and Stéphane Corriveau, some pieces date from 1800! Forty toys including many dolls and cars will take you on a journey through different eras.

  • At the Dorval History and Heritage Museum, until January 9
  • At the Pierre-Chartrand house, until January 29

For more info, it’s here.

A daytime rave in a tropical jungle atmosphere

The Society for Arts and Technology will transform into an ephemeral jungle for the launch of a brand new daytime rave concept. On the program: thick fog, play of light, thematic projections and good music with Umfang, Ciel and Kris Guilty on the decks.

  • Society for Arts and Technology

To find out more, it’s here.

Messmer’s extraordinary show at L’Olympia

Ready for the big thrill? The master of hypnosis is well and truly determined to impress you. In Hypersensory, Messmer pushes the limits of our five senses. Can we multiply them? Do we have a 6th sense? Some answers in this interactive show that highlights technology and virtual reality.

  • The Olympia
  • Sunday, at 8 p.m.

For more info, it’s here.

The show Hypersensory. Photo credit: Messmer

Short films in the spotlight at the Cabaret Lion d’Or

Want to encourage the next generation? McGill University’s Plumber’s Station is hosting the first edition of the Montreal International Film Laureates Festival (MILF FEST). On this occasion, you will discover many short films by young budding directors. Various prizes will be awarded during this evening.

To find out more, it’s here.

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