Fringe Calendar

Weekly listings of all things Fringe in Montreal.

  • Concert - Black to the Future

    • Date: February 28th – March 1st – 9:00pm
    • Venue: La Vitrola
    • Address: 4602 St-Laurent, Montreal
    • Price: PWYC
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    To end Black History Month with a bang, Black Lives Matter Montreal and Trans Trenderz are teaming up to bring you a cool, all black lineup of performers. Including Strange Froots!

  • Zine Launch and Performance - Feminist Propaganda

    • Date: March 2nd – March 2nd – 8:00pm
    • Venue: La Vitrola
    • Address: 4602 St-Laurent, Montreal
    • Price: PWYC
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    Go support the release of the zine, Feminist Propaganda! With musical performances by GBLNSHRK, Devan K-m, and The 3 & 1/2s.

  • Festival - Cold Call Films

    • Date: March 2nd – March 2nd – 7:00pm
    • Venue: Arbutus Records
    • Address: 6545 Durocher Ave., Montreal
    • Price: PWYC
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    Cold Call Productions is putting together their second film festival to showcase some of the amazing work of filmmakers and video artists that our city and others from around the world have to offer.

  • Festival - Not Your Babe

    • Date: March 3rd – March 5th – 9:00pm
    • Venue: Coop Katacombes
    • Address: 1635 St. Laurent Blvd., Montreal
    • Price: PWYC
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    For this year’s International Women’s Week, Montreal Sisterhood has put together this festival with a whole list of some cool events. Starting on March 3rd, there’ll be a post-punk themed concert with an intersting lineup of performers.

  • Performance - Sean Nicholas Savage and Cafe Lanai

    • Date: March 3rd – March 4th – 10:00pm
    • Venue: La Vitrola
    • Address: 4602 St-Laurent, Montreal
    • Price: $8 in advance OR $10 at the door
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    Blue Skies Turn Black presents two performers with their own sounds. One a bit more laid back, and the other more upbeat but still pretty chill. Check ‘em out live!

  • Screening - LGBTQ Film Series

    • Date: March 4th – March 4th – 6:00pm
    • Venue: Never Apart
    • Address: 7049 St. Urbain St., Montreal
    • Price: FREE
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    The documentary film, Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things, is being screened. The film discusses how colonization and religion have shamed and erased traditional Inuit beliefs about sexuality and family structure and how, six decades later, a new generation of Inuit are actively ‘unshaming’ their past. A Q&A will follow.

  • Protest - Stop the Racist Far-Right

    • Date: March 4th – March 4th – 11:30am
    • Venue: Montreal City Hall
    • Address: 275 Notre-Dame St. E., Montreal
    • Price: FREE
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    A far-right Islamophobic group is organizing a protest at City Hall. How about we throw ‘em a welcome party to show them that this kind of racist behaviour isn’t welcome?

  • Concordia Write Nights - Writing with Monkeys, Ducks, and Penguins

    • Date: March 5th – March 5th – 2:00pm
    • Venue: Biodome
    • Address: 4777 Pierre De Coubertin Ave., Montreal
    • Price: (Without Quebec residency // With) Students: $14.75//$12 Adults: $20.25//$15.75, 65+: $18.50//$14.75, Minors: $10.25//$8.00
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    Concordia Write Nights continues their 2017 season of seeing how different settings have an affect on one’s writing. Their road brings them to the Montreal Biodome this time around! All are welcome to join in.

  • Performance - Michale Graves, Guttrot, Screaming Demons, The Scowls, and The Barrel Heads

    • Date: March 5th – March 5th – 7:30pm
    • Venue: Piranha Bar
    • Address: 680 St Catherine W, Montreal
    • Price: $20 in advance OR $25 at the door
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    Ex-singer for Misfits, Michale Graves, will be putting on a show for our city! Accompanied by a lineup of other bands and performers, it should be a pretty interesting time.

  • Screening - Ovarian Psycos

    • Date: March 6th – March 6th – 7:00pm
    • Venue: Concordia Hall Building
    • Address: 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal
    • Price: PWYC
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    Cinema Politica brings us the premiere of the documentary film that follows the story of a group of activists on bicycles, all womxn of colour. Follow their trail as they ride through neighborhoods to fight the patriarchy and racism. Xela De La X, the founder of this group of activists, will be there!