A Fat Man Dancing


August 19 to 29
120 mins / Bilingual
8 PM

A “classic” from ten years ago, A FAT MAN DANCING is a bilingual play by Alain Mercieca about the trials and tribulations of the famed Charlie Dibbles.

It was the first play that truly defined the style that Theatre 314 and Le Nouveau International is known for. The story follows Charlie Dibbles, a manager of street performers. He knows each artist, each metro station and street corner. His fight is constant, between life, dreams and money. The diverse characters of the streets of Montreal colour the play. A tragicomic exploration...


Sunday Night Improv EVERY SUNDAY

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Every Sunday

Le Nouveau International presents

Montreal's Favorite Weekly Improv Show

Improvisers are selected at random to be in scenes which are then scored...


Les Lundis d’impro!


Every Monday

Le Nouveau International presents

Les Lundis d'impro!

A weekly improv show that brings together some of the finest improvisers at Theatre Ste-Catherine. Les Lundis puts the improvisers in the director's chair...


Ladyfest Montreal!


September 4 - 6
Featuring masters of comedy art from Montreal and beyond!

Ladyfest Montreal was born out of a desire to celebrate the hilarious and talented female comedians in Montreal and beyond. We are a community of bodacious sea creatures navigating the wild waters of comedy, busting through the ice and onto the stage to take you by storm, to make you cry laughter tears and to show you just how ready we are to bring the funny.


Le Nouveau International and Theatre Sainte-Catherine Café-Bar 2015/2016 Season Launch

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Thursday September 10th - FREE

RSVP as space is limited - Please RSVP at info@theatresaintecatherine.com before September 5th.

A party to celebrate the launch of the many great things to come in 2015/2016

6 - 8 cocktail hangout featuring delicious snacks from our Café Bar

8 - 9 showcase featuring performances from the gang at Sunday Night Improv, Les Lundis D'Impro, The Sketch Republic + MUCH MORE!

Launch of our September/October Zine