Montreal Theatres & Auditoriums
Some of the world's most famous names in theatre, dance and music have appeared at this performing arts centre in Montreal. Features of Place des Arts include rehearsal and performance halls, studios and boutiques. The centre is at the heart of events associated with the Montreal International Jazz Festival.
Located in the Plaza St-Hubert district, this converted, historic theater is a premiere venue for musical, cultural and cinematic performances by Quebecois artists and performers. The main theater space can accommodate up to 400 spectators and is convenient to the Beaubien Metro station.
Theatre Ste Catherine is an mixed use theatre in Montreal which primarily hosts live theatre, music, concerts, comedy and improv most nights of the week.
There has been a theatre located on the site of the current Theatre St-Denis since the beginning of the 20th century. Nearly a century later, the theatre is a downtown landmark and is one of Montreal's most modern and prestigious cultural venues. Located in the Quartier Latin, the theatre presents musical French and English comedies, plays, music concerts and stand-up comedy including performances for the Just For Laughs festival.
Built in 1925, this historic theater and arts venue hosts an array of live events year-round, including headlining concerts, theatrical performances and private functions.
Located in the Quartier Latin, Centre Pierre-Peladeau is a performing arts venue that hosts musicals, ballet companies, plays and more. The Salle Pierre-Mercure is one of the venues main theatres.
Home to the theater company of the same name since 1960, this facility was renovated in 1991 to accommodate 426 spectators. Amphitheater-style seating, including balcony options, are featured.
Home to the English-language Geordie Productions children's theater company, this space is available for rentals and features a multi-use performance area, adjustable riser-style seating, complete lighting and sound systems and a dressing room area.
Built in 1932, this historic cultural venue accommodates 250 people and has hosted a diverse selection of events, including concerts, film screenings, dance competitions and poetry readings.
Offering an array of public performances, this theater is home to the Agorga de la Danse contemporary dance company and features a dance performance space that can accommodate 241 seats. The venue also plays host to numerous cultural events, including the annual Festival Transameriques.
Located in the artistic community of the Plateau Mont-Royal quarter, this venue is home to an array of cultural events, including film screenings and new digital technology exhibitions. The facilty features a modern theater-style space and an array of multi-use areas.
This historic theater opened in 1913 and features impressive architecture, orchestra and balcony seating and can accommodate for 819 spectators. The venue is frequent host to film festivals, gala events, film premieres and concerts.