Fringe Calendar

Weekly listings of all things Fringe in Montreal.

  • Ed Pien Artist Talk

    • Date: March 31st – March 31st – 6:00pm
    • Venue: Arsenal Montreal
    • Address: 2020 William St., Montreal
    • Tickets: free!
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    On the occasion of the display of the immersive multi-media installation In a Realm of Others (2001) by Ed Pien (Taiwan, b. 1958) at the Arsenal Montréal, the artist will present a public discussion about this specific piece, his current work and his overall artistic process.
    Toronto-based artist Ed Pien (Taiwan, b. 1958) will present a talk on his 2001 multi-media installation In A Realm of Others. Pien is known for his complex drawing-based installations that pull from a myriad of sources, including mythology and legends. The intricate beauty of Pien’s work offers an opportunity to explore the realm of the nightmarish, yet alluring, (un)consciousness.

  • CJLO’s Oven Relaunch

    • Date: April 2nd – April 2nd – 9:00pm
    • Venue: Le Cagibi
    • Address: 5490 St. Laurent Blvd., Montreal
    • Tickets: $5
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    CJLO 1690AM celebrates the relaunch of their newly renovated, totally sheik Oven Studio! Featuring musical stylings by Saxsyndrum (, Fleece (, and Michael Cota (

  • Ghostface Killah//GZA//Cappadonna

    • Date: April 3rd – December 31st – 9:00pm
    • Venue: Theatre Telus
    • Address: 1280 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal
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    The one, the only, the always: Ghostface Killah and GZA will be performing. What more is there to say?

  • Electric Wizard and Blood Ceremony

    • Date: April 4th – December 31st – 9:00pm
    • Venue: Corona Theatre
    • Address: 2490 Notre Dame St W., Montreal
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    Doom metal legends Electric Wizard touch foot on Canadian soil for the first time in years. Not to be missed by any true fan of the genre.

  • Antigone Theatre

    • Date: April 8th – April 11th – 8:00pm
    • Venue: D.B. Clarke Theatre
    • Address: 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal
    • Tickets: $5 student price, $10 regular price
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    Concordia’s Theater students are putting on Lynn Kozak’s translation of the famous greek tragedy Antigone. Directed by Andreas Apergis, the play will be set in modern day Montreal, promising a contemporary twist and highlighting today’s political issues.