Arts & Entertainment

Keep up to date on local art, new albums, and everything entertainment-related.

The McGill Tribune presents: THE BEST AND WORST OF 2022

BEST OF Albums Mitski, Laurel Hell – Ella Buckingham Japanese-American singer-songwriter Mitski’s sixth studio album, Laurel Hell, comes off the back of her three-year hiatus and is an artful collection of head-bopping pop numbers and slow, narrative ballads. Though veering more toward the mainstream than her previous albums, throughout this[Read More…]

“There’s Nothing More Queer than Nature”: A Q&A with Ann-Marie MacDonald

Spoilers ahead for Fayne Award-winning playwright, novelist, actress, and broadcaster Ann-Marie MacDonald has written her “youngest and most joyful” novel to date. Fayne is set in 19th-century Britain and yet entirely modern in feel. The book is a sprawling, ornately detailed, and genre-defying epic that follows the precocious Charlotte Bell[Read More…]

Biblioasis Fall 2022 highlights: ‘Ordinary Wonder Tales’ and ‘This Time, That Place’

Since 2004, the Canadian publishing company Biblioasis has remained committed to publishing intimate and creative works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry from authors across the world. As the fall semester comes to a close and students finally get the opportunity to read and decompress during winter break, The McGill Tribune[Read More…]

What’s going on this week?

Expo World Press Photo Montréal (15th Edition)

A flagship event of Montreal’s fall cultural calendar, the World Press Photo Montreal Exhibition is presented annually at Bonsecours Market.

Aug 31- Oct 2, Every day and every evening.

Tickets required: $15 or $12 for students

Stop Motion Film Festival (14th Edition)

A world first dedicated to showcasing films animated exclusively using stop motion techniques.

September 16-18, Fri, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sun, Sat, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

J.A. de Sève Cinema

$6.96-$10.44

La Ronde Techno nights

Montreal's La Ronde Six Flags is hosting techno-themed nights on Fridays this month. Hop on to some of your favourite attractions at night and listen to various techno DJ sets throughout the amusement park.

Dates: Sep 9, 16, 23, 30

$39.99 per person

La Marche du rein

Event by Fondation du rein, Division du Québec and Arrondissement de Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie

Sunday, Sep 18 at 9am

Location: Parc Maisonneuve