The Rail City Roadshow Film Festival

Wednesday, September 19th, 8PM

The Rail City Roadshow is Canada’s first and only traveling film festival. We bring the festival to your city with independent short films in tow! Join us for an interactive film going experience that brings you shorts films from today’s top independent artists.

THE LOUD SHOW + UROCKEOKE

Saturday, September 8th, 8:30PM

These guys are 4 of Montreal’s ear-splitting comics. Come join them for a night of fun and laughter.
Hosted by Asef Gerchak Featuring Morgan O’shea and Patrick Hakeem and Headliner Mike Paterson. If that wasn’t enough enough there’s a Urockaoke After Party! What’s Urockaoke? It’s karaoke with a freaking LIVE BAND! Till…

THE GEEK SHOW

September 14th, 10PM
Featuring Dan Bingham, David Pryde and Mike Paterson. A Montreal native, Dan Bingham has performed at Just For Laughs for several years. His style is absurd storytelling at its best, and his talent for spinning the ordinary into the ridiculous has crowds splitting their sides in every room he performs in. Another Just For laugh’s alumni, Mike Paterson has…

Salt Water Moon

August 15th and 16th, 8PM

Raise the Stakes Theatre Presents…

Salt Water Moon

It’s a splendid moon-filled night in Coley’s Point in 1926. Eighteen-year-old Jacob Mercer has returned from Toronto to the tiny Newfoundland outport, hoping to win back his former sweetheart, Mary Snow. But Mary has become engaged to wealthy Jerome McKenzie, and she is still hurt and bewildered by Jacob’s abrupt departure a year earlier. She will not be easily wooed…The late David French was born in Coley’s Point, Newfoundland and studied theatre after graduating high school. His first play Leaving Home is considered a landmark play in Canadian theatre history. Salt Water Moon was written in 1984. It has won the Canadian Authors Association Award for Drama, the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best New Play, and the Hollywood Drama-Logue Critics’ Award.

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Monday, October 22, 9:30PM

Back by popular demand! The theater-style burlesque show, is coming back to Montreal, but this time with an All-Montrealer version.

Presented by Cherry Typhoon and The Lady Josephine

In 2XXX, Art is forbidden by the world govenment and everyone is monitored on the ‘KENSAKU System’.
But, Some artists escape from KENSAKU …
And create a cabaret show that breaks people free from the government’s brain-washing. Thus are born…the Bad Ladies!

Eden

Saturday, November 3rd

Eden takes you into an imaginative world of a girl’s quest to find the power of one self. Performance created and produced by 8th Generation: an Ottawa-based performance group delivering raw theatre, rich with diverse talents, that brings powerful messages to their audience.

Featuring: Heather Sita Black, Andrew Johnson, Chantal Clemet, Bradford Dubinsky, Arif Jinha, Prufrock.

Written by Jacqui Du Toit

After Party to follow featuring DJ Sheauwen and Prufrock.

HARDCORE NERDITY

Saturday, September 15th. 8:30PM
Gavin Canada’s most popular “nerd comedian”, Gavin Stephens’ comedy pulls from the same Saturday-morning cartoons, sugary cereal, science-fiction-and-living in our mom’s basements background that he shares with his audiences, influences which are quite evident in a skillful style, that balances between playful irony, pop culture irreverence and morbid silliness.

HOLIDAYLAND

Thursday, December 20th, 9PM

A theatre and neo-burlesque show that beguiles the senses

In the middle of century2X, there was a tiny, old funfair called, Holidayland. Every day, couples, families and tourists visited the funfair to escape from their lives into a world of fantasy. As time went by, the situation changed. The amusement park couldn’t keep up with new developments in technology. All the attractions became obsolete and no one dreamt of Holidayland anymore. One day…

SHOW LALA & HAHA

Friday, August 17th, Doors at 8:30PM

Come to appreciate a comedy show, listen to new sounds and contribute at the same time in a funding campaign for the production of five independent and original short films to be made by the Trebas Institute students.
Stand-up artists Reda Saoui, Benjamin Marquis, Alban Jouvin and Marie Lise Dominguez will make you laugh and then you will be listeming to different kind of world music : Jazz with Strawn & Moon, Saoul with Karim Medfai and African Gnawa with Wary Nichen.

SKETCH AND THE CITY

Saturday, January 26th, 8:30pm

Based in Toronto, Sketch and the City is a comedy duo comprised of two funny ladies exploring various experiences of life through the lens of multi-cultural women living in Canada. Their vivid characters performed with unflinching passion transport their audiences to another dimension, giving them a taste of the unordinary world the girls call home. Each show also includes performances by some of the most renowned standup comics in Canada. If you get a thrill out of the unexpected, this is a show you don’t want to miss!

Sam Simmons “About the Weather”

July 19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28 at 7pm

A multi award-winning maestro of suburban absurdism, Sam Simmons’ shows are at once absurd, innovative, adventurous, and constantly defying definition. Musical, visual, sometimes poignant and always hilarious, Sam’s …

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Jim Breuer “Mass Appeal”

July 24,25,26,27,28 at 8:30pm

Beloved SNL alum. Wiffle ball enthusiast. Yeah, we kind of wish he was our dad, too. The comedian, actor, radio/podcast host, author, and all-around awesome dude brings a little something for
everyone…

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Neal Brennan’s Midnight Surprise

July 24,25,26,27,28 at 11:59pm

What kind of surprise? Gee, it’s hard to say. I mean, it could be a live taping of one of the coolest, weirdest podcasts on the Internet. Or it could be one hour set with an Australian comedian we flew all the way across the world because we couldn’t live with ourselves if we didn’t share him with you…

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Al Pitcher’s Picture Show

July 28 at 10pm

Al Pitcher shows Montreal a side of itself it’s never seen. We just hope we look thin. Pictures taken that day. Jokes delivered that night. A picture’s worth a thousand words. This show’s worth a billion.

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