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Weekend plans |  To enjoy the great outdoors

Weekend plans | To enjoy the great outdoors

We will enjoy a lovely weekend. All the more reason to take advantage of this opportunity to participate in outdoor (and indoor) activities. Below are the suggestions made by our journalists.


Quebec celebrates theatre

The Théâtre International de Carrefour launches in Quebec on May 23 with 10 in-house performances from here and elsewhere, but all united by a common theme: the search for identity. Note in particular the revivalAgamemnon in the ring And based on Miss AgnesAs well as the arrival of the show by French artist Nadia Bougret Prophetic (we have already been born) Or podcast theater with a criminal flavour For years. Free walking tour Where do you go when you sleep while you walk…? It goes back to 15H year. The outdoor display directed by Alexandre Fecteau was installed this time on the ExpoCité site.

stephanie morin, Journalism


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Outdoor science

Photo by Melanie Dussault courtesy of EURÊKA Festival!

Eureka Festival! It takes place from Friday to Sunday at Parc Jean-Drapeau.

Eureka Festival! Came back on the 17thH Edition, from Friday to Sunday. This year, a large outdoor science festival will be held on the theme “Planetary Health”. Its free programming will educate festival-goers about the connections that exist between the environment, ecosystems and their health. On stage, we will be able to see microbiologist Chloe Savard (also known as Tardibabe, on social networks), who will talk about infinitely smallness, and explorer Mylène Paquette, who will raise awareness among the audience about sea pollution. Controlling a robot, doing archaeological excavations or making glue are just some of the many activities you can discover at the event site in Parc Jean-Drapeau.

veronique laroque, Journalism


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Immersive comedy concert

Image from cover Shangri-LaWritten by Matthew Bablett

Presented as part of the Montreal BD Festival, which will take place throughout the weekend on rue Saint-Denis, this immersive concert delves into Mathieu Babelette's futuristic comic strip, Shangri-La. The program includes projections of comics on four walls and performances by musicians playing the inhabitants of the orbital station where the last humans took refuge. The exhibition also received the 2022 NUMIX International Award for Best On-Site Cultural Experience.

On Saturday, May 24 and 25, at 8 pm.

Laila Maalouf, Journalism


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