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Small Events

Updated: Dec 6, 2023

Curated by Thomas Frenette

Arts & Culture Editor

À soir on fait peur au monde

Where: La Cinémathèque Québécoise

When: 29 November 6 p.m.

Price: 11$


The late François Brault, remembered for his fondness of Quebec's culture and heritage, produced this documentary centering around the revered icon Robert Charlebois. The flair of Garou's personality is flaunted in his appearance at the Olympia in Paris, in various shows performed in Canada and words from conversations with his friends and family.

Photo via Cinémathèque

"Glades" exhibition

Where: La Guilde 

When: Until 19 November

Price: Free

Once Head of the Ceramics Department at Concordia University, Jean-Pierre Larocque carves ceramics and charcoal into large anonymous heads, horses carrying mysterious baggage, and curious vessels. The exploration of metamorphoses are concerned with the transient and feature costumes and masks from many epochs, yet always managing to evade the easy explanation.

Photo via La Guilde

Heaven For Real, with poolblood and 36?

Where: Café Cléopatre 

When: 18 November 8 p.m.

Price: 22$

Heaven for Real’s rhythmic bubbly art rock, poolblood’s melancholic and unplugged folk feel and 36?’s woozy, almost cartoony eloquence tag team for the M for Montreal MARATHON music festival, which rallies some of the best artists from the Canadian independent scene to Montréal's most authentic venues.

Photo via Songkick

Sword II, with Stevenson and TERNET

Where: Bar le Ritz

When: 19 November 8 p.m.

Price: 22$

Allying dense layers of static, compressed drum pad crashes, and interchangeable angelic and gritty vocals, Sword II shows impressive versatility and sound design that unite to create a distinct sound. Their first album, Spirit World Tour, is a beautiful project that pushes their creative endeavors even further and confirms their unique talent.

Photo via @swordii2



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