July 31st to August 3rd, 8pm

Raise the Stakes Theatre Presents a Montreal Original…

LUNDUNTOWN by Alain Mercieca and Glyn Jones
In the caverns of Lundun’s East End, 50-year-old Charlie Dibbles, a man of the streets, immigrant arranger and teller of tall tales keeps to his philosophy of being a World Citizen, never attuning to any family, societal or national responsibilities. But Jordan Dibbles, his nephew from Westmount, pushes all of his mantras to their ends, on a mission to convince Charlie to come back to Canada for personal reasons. Get connected, put on the java and the chorizo poppers; Stumble and you might just fall forward with this ‘trilingual’ romp through life.

Vlad Levitt & Mike Carrozza: Something’s Missing

Friday, October 4th, 8pm

Two young comics fresh on the scene and making waves across town, Vlad Levitt & Mike Carrozza double headline their own night of comedy.

Featuring Jakub Stachurski and Scott Carter, both comedians who’ve hit the scene as hard as possible and constantly delight,
and hosted by the one and only Darren Henwood a wizard on stage.

Come out and see these guys before they hit the big time.


Wednesdays, June 5, 12, 19 and 26, 9PM

Here comes a new amazing show : SOFA

Scène Ouverte pour un Féstival Artistique

A real open mic where all kinds of arts are accepted, in all languages : Stand-UP, Music, Monologue, Improv, Sketch, Magic, Poetry, Rap, Beatbox, Theatrical Acts, whatever it is, come show us your talent. How does it work? Easy, each artist has 5 minutes to seduce the audience, the artist…

Darrin Rose – Still Chasing Manhood

Saturday, June 8th, 7:30pm

Match Game host, Mr. D star, and award-winning comedian Darrin Rose hits the road with his

Still Chasing Manhood tour!

GQ magazine calls him “one of the hottest comedians in Canada right now,” and with good reason; he is a four-time Canadian Comedy Award nominee, a favourite at the Just For Laughs festival, and a regular on MuchMusic’s Video On Trial. Rose’s hilarious stand-up comedy act touches on family, dating, fantasies, and his desire to live up to an idea of manhood formed by his childhood. Based on his four star reviewed show at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival, this show will leave you in stitches! ROSE has been nominated for…

Adib Alkhalidey

March 26th, April 10th and 30th, June 4th and 11th, 8pm

Writer, stand-up comic, graduate from l’École nationale de l’humour 2010, Adib has made TV appearances on Alors on jase de Radio-Canada, Un gars le soir de V, Selon l’opinion comique de MATV, Avec des guns de et Lunch de fou du 96,9 CKOI. After two galas at Montreal’s Juste pour rire and two galas at the Grand rire de Québec, Adib is putting together his first one-man-show which promises to hit huge.

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Mark Berube

July 5, 8:30pm

Once called a “young Leonard Cohen” by The CBC’s Duke Eaton, Mark Berube’s unique songwriting style has earned massive acclaim. Sharing the stage is Amelia Curran, a Juno-winning and a multiple East Coast Music Award-winning singer-songwriter whose latest album, Spectators, earned her another Juno nomination in 2013.


July 5, 8:30pm


Wednesday, October 23rd, 8pm

The F word

F, as in fucking, as in what couples do in a relationship. Martin Perizzolo was one of the only stand-up comedians in Quebec who was still a virgin on the subject, saving himself, he was waiting for the right moment and the right crowd. Sex. A cliche theme, but still very much in the spotlight, sex sells! Free or expensive. It liberates, it exhilarates, it sets us free. It defines us, it gives us life ; it destroys, it is shared, it isolates, it’s soft, hard, old or young. It comes, it goes, with screams and moans, it sets us apart and brings us together! Not sexpert, comedian! It’s not a conference…
A personal journey, a standard format, 60 minutes, 18 and over.
Writers: Martin Perizzolo and Sébastien Ravary


October 30th to November 2nd

“The only Haunted Theatrical Experience In The City.”
We all know how it ends up…There are rumours and whispers of strange tales of ritual, sacrifice, and powerful orders that trace their origins to the very dawn of recorded time. You want to look away. You close your eyes. You don’t think about the grand scheme and it’s terrifying consequences—But someone IS!
This Halloween, Theatre Ste-Catherine will throw back the curtain and expose the puppet masters- the people pulling the strings in the dark. Join us, if you dare, as we explore the ending, the beginning, and everything that came between. But be warned—this is one truth that may not set you free…

A sinister, psycho-sexual treat for the senses and the senseless.

Ask a Mortician!

Tuesday, April 29th, 7PM

Los Angeles’s Caitlin Doughty, licensed funeral director and author of the forthcoming memoir Smoke Gets in Your Eyes & Other Lessons from the Crematory brings the live version of her beloved Youtube series Ask a Mortician to Montreal for an evening of death positivity. Got questions about death, dying, after-death care, death rituals, dead bodies, cremation and burial, decomposition, or any of the other morbid things that will or may eventually happen to all of us? Caitlin will answer them all, on stage in the intimate atmosphere of Théatre Ste-Catherine!

15 reasons not to be in a play

Wednesday April 30th, 8PM

This is a play about not being in a play, ironically expressed through a hilarious series of monologues, duets and ensemble scene. From early traumas involving a glory-seeking elementary school teacher to possible disturbances in the global climate, “15 Reasons Not to be in a Play” keeps the audience guessing just what the next scenario will be.

Presented by Montreal Children’s Theatre Inc.

The Wizard of Speed and Time

Friday, May 2nd, 8PM

We return with one of the most impressive cinematic creations of the 1980s that has unfortunately slipped through the cracks. Mike Jittlov’s epic masterpiece “The Wizard of Speed and Time” deserves to be seen by everyone. It’s a special-effects marvel that took 6 years to make, and never really got to break.

Adopted at Death

Friday, May 2nd, 10PM

No, this isn’t a Death Metal Album. It’s a comedy show about the loveable nature of death. Alain Mercieca battles social convention to bring death into the place it should be: one of optimism, unity and awesomeness.

Pest Control

Saturday, May 3rd, 3PM

The Montreal Children’s Theatre’s Starlight Players Class present – Pest Control

Pitted against alien invaders, secret government agents, and bumbling park rangers, three friends on a camping trip must not only brave the elements and battle the mosquitoes: they also have to save the world. Pest Control tells the story of Jake, Alex, and Michael and their attempt to save humankind from total annihilation at the hands of alien exterminators.

Guest Artist – Improv Storytelling Workshop

Sunday, May 26th, 12:30PM – 4:30PM
Peter Stevens has been performing, coaching, and teaching improv for fifteen years. When he’s in town, we often have him as a guest improv teacher because of his passion for the art and detailed lessons. He’s eager to share from his wealth of experience and has a lot to offer all players, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned vet. In this four-hour workshop, we’ll learn and develop our core skills to perform improvised stories. The focus will begin on openings, and setting ourselves up to find the heart of a scene, and move toward finding natural and rewarding endings to our tales. Peter believes that his instruction should be quantifiable, we will walk away with specific habits for crafting better stories.

Dear Denizen

Friday, May 31st, 9pm

Left-wing, smooth sapioxesual, inspiration peddlers based in Montreal (Jeff Louch from Victory Chimes, Alex Hackett from Kill The Lights / Pang Attack, and Buck from The Luyas).

Opening Act: Blood and Glass