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A brand new and quite striking concert hall in the lower part of downtown, this intimate venue brings years of management experience from its old location on Parc Avenue, a club now known as Kola Note. Designed with diversity in mind, this venue is as likely to host comedy as it is jazz, pop or electronic music. It is more or less in competition with the older, more traditional charm of the Cabaret and kicks into high gear during the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Francofolies.
Located in The Village, Comedy Abroad! hosts comedy shows only on Sunday evenings. Their talented comics have earned quite a repute thus beckoning a cosmopolitan audience including tourists. The hilarious comedians are sure to make you laugh and leave your stomach hurting. Also, their cheap but delicious beer and happy hours add immeasurably to your experience. As far as the pay goes, Comedy Abroad! does not charge anything except in the end a hat is passed around wherein you may donate your choice of amount based on the experience you had.
This huge complex is the center of the city's large-scale culture. The buildings themselves are a striking landmark in the Latin Quarter, while their various concert halls and theaters are home to the Opéra de Montréal, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and other local companies. The entire complex is linked to the Underground City. The individual halls are the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Théâtre Maisonneuve, Théâtre Jean-Duceppe, Studio-théâtre, Maison Symphonique, and Le Cinquième Salle.
With a lot of history behind it, Le National is a theater located in the city, giving audiences an excellent venue to catch a play or a performance. The theater looks amazing with excellent lighting and good seating; what more could audiences ask for? It can also be rented out for corporate events and functions.
Montreal Olympia Theatre is a heritage venue standing tall in the Old district of the town. l'Olympia Theater is an extraordinary point on the map of the city and has played hosts to concerts and events immeasurable. Artists such as Gilles Vigneault, Tori Amos, Georges Brassens, Loreena McKennit and Rita Mitsouko to name a few have been the ones to have graced the halls of this wonderful place. With its captivating performances and archetypal architectural wonders, l'Olympia is truly magnificent!
Home to one of the more upscale neighborhoods of the city, Avenue du Parc offers a fair share of attractions, be it stylish boutiques, restaurants, cafes or bars. Amid all this chaos, there lies the imposingly grand building of the Théâtre Rialto. A silent observer to the neighborhood's history, this neo-baroque landmark was built between 1923-1924, and served as a popular cinema house for several decades, shutting down in 1990. For several years hence, the theater remained unused, undergoing some modifications and renovations. Since 2010, however, the theater has been re-opened and is today a prominent venue for various cultural and entertainment venues. Be it concerts, live theater, or film screenings, Théâtre Rialto is an ideal venue. Call or see the website to know more.