September to October events:
The 35th Annual Montreal Antiquarian Book Fair will take placeSaturday the 29th and Sunday the 30th of September in Concordia University’s McConnell Pavillion.
Saturday: 12 to 6 pm
Sunday 11 am to 5 pm Admission is $6.00 for both days
Argo Bookstore: It’s your time to shine! We’ll be hosting our sixth open mic night since our reopening. Come share stories, poetry, music, or whatever suits your fancy! Let us know you’re planning to come at email@example.com, or just come the day of and lay it on us.
La Chapelle Scene contemporaine presents: Youngnesse.
Youngnesse is a reflection on the political energy of youth.Dance, theatre, music, performance and visual art come together in a series of tableaux about a generation galvanized by the transformative potential of collective action. What kind of future can we imagine, realistically? When we cannot decide whether to shout, protest, withdraw, or escape, the only defense mechanism left is the energy we have. Live on stage with projets hybris, you’ll see the band DRY SEC, newly formed by members of VICTIME and Technical Kidman.
Monday September the 24th to Friday the 28th.
Kid’s Stuff: Come hear stories about the little people we used to be. Childhood is such a time of wonder and experiences. The Centaur Theater welcomes all people and stories, send yours today! More Info
Saturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Cinema Politica screens: “Reprendre le paradis” (Recuperando el Paradiso) An independent documentary shedding light on the struggle of an autochtone community: Santa Maria de Ostula. (In French)
Spoken Word and Poetry:
Poetry Night at the Yellow Door: Organized by our good friends of CJLO to showcase local poets!
Thursday September 27th
Come to Le Cagibi to witness an amazing night of poetry and spoken word.
Sunday October the 7th
Stand Up and Comedy
The Wriggle Room presents: Tomas Leblanc: September 27th! Join me for “The Addict is Present”, my new solo-ish show: part stand-up (new/old jokes, en anglais mostly), part dance and music (some guests ie. old and new friends).
Burlesque: The Wriggle room presents: Voix de ville features musicians, burlesque strippers, dancers and comedian from Montreal and beyond.
Every Wednesday of September and October. Still the Wriggle room: The Grand Ballet Burlesque and much more.
September 29th and Through out October
Conferences and Demos:
UPop offers free courses in bars and Cafés. Look forward to
September: 24th Antique Philosophers: Diogenes against the folie des Grandeur, 25th Origins of Math: Euclide.
October: 8th Antique Philosophers: Socrates live and die a philosophe, 9th Origins of Maths: plane geometry, 22th Antique Philosophers: “Women philosophes: as long as need be”
LOVE, RAGE AND SOLIDARITY 13th Annual Memorial March & Vigil for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People
Thursday, October 4th, 2018 Cabot Square (Atwater Metro) 6pm
CKUT 90.3FM and Pop Symposium present:
MUSIC CRITICISM, LOCAL SCENES, AND CONSTRUCTED HISTORIES What role does narrative have in the way creative communities are shaped and remembered? How does music criticism influence localized scenes? Which voices are heard, and how does this impact the participants and observers in a cultural space?
September 28th, 3:30pm-5:00pm Piccolo Rialto