The holidays are officially over, and we can now all return to our daily routines…For us it means attending great events in Montreal. Here is what is happening in Montreal this week!
Wednesday, January 10th
The Room, at Cinéma du Parc, 21h45, 16$ to 21$; known as the worst movie of all time
Godard’s La Chinoise at the Cinématheque Québecoise, 21h; Dark comedy about students that have aligned with Maoist ideals
Rachmaninov’s Second Symphony, playing at the Maison Symphonique de Montréal, 20h, starting at 45$
Thursday, January 11th
Cinéspectacle: Le Corsaire at Cinéma du Parc, 18h30 (also playing this Saturday at noon); Ballet performed at the Opéra de Paris
National Theatre Live: Follies at Cinéma Cineplex Forum, 19h; Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical
Friday, January 12th
Double Feature: Wolfcop + Another Wolf Cop at Cinéma du Parc, 20h for 20$; A Canadian horror-comedy film
Canada’s Top 10 Film Festival: La Petite Fille Qui Aimait Trop Les Allumettes at Centre Phi, 18h, from 7.50$ to 11.75$
Canada’s Top 10 Film Festival: Adventures in Public School at Centre Phi, 21h, from 7.50$ to 11.75$
Cinéma Muet en Musique with piano accompaniment, at the Cinématheque Québecoise, 19h
Saturday, January 13th
Canada’s Top 10 Film Festival: Ava at Centre Phi, 21h, from 7.50$ to 11.75$
Canada’s Top 10 Film Festival: Les Affamés at Centre Phi, 18h30, from 7.50$ to 11.75$
The Opera House at Cinéma Cineplex Forum, 12h55; A film by Susan Froemke that “surveys a remarkable period of the Metropolitan Opera’s rich history and a time of great change for New York.”.
Sunday, January 14th
La Guerre des Tuques at the Cinématheque Québecoise , 15h (or at Theatre Outremont at 11h); A Québec winter cult film
Movie Theatre Suggestions: Au Revoir Là-Haut, Visages Villages, Paddington 2, The Square and Wonder Wheel are now playing at Dollar Cinema
To Catch at the Theatre: Enfant Insignifiant!