Weekend from 10 to 12 July 2020
Blow of heart
DRAG the THRU – Drag Brunch MTL
The Drag Brunch MTL reinvents itself! For its fifth edition, in the context of the COVID-19, the brunch is extravagant takes the form of a Drag-Thru, inspired restaurants, drive-through and drive-ins. In accordance with the standards of social distancing, the guests placed in two rows, with their car or not, so as to form a runway in which the performance of Drag will take place. The women who slide through the Drag will wander between the groups and cars, ensuring a festive atmosphere and fun. Madness and eccentricity will be waiting for you : car decorated, bags of surprises and maybe even a car wash giant!
*This Sunday, at 11 a.m. in the parking lot in front of the restaurant Grumman’78 – 630 Rue de Courcelle
The Festival de Lanaudière connected
This summer, the Festival de Lanaudière will always have a place, but in virtual format, where fifteen major concerts, drawn from the video archive of the Festival and the Société Radio-Canada, will be distributed and available free of charge on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Classical music lovers will thus be able to attend these concerts in the comfort of their living room, by going on the website and via social networks. Until 9 August, the public is now invited to a series of meetings with the greatest artists such as Renata Scotto, Maxim Vengerov, Kent Nagano or Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
*Online from today at lanaudiere.org
The young Ahmed
It is today that takes the poster for the film The young Ahmed, who won the Prize for directing at the Cannes film Festival, scripted and directed by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. The story takes place in Belgium, where the fate of the young Ahmed, 13 years old, is caught between the ideals of the purity of his imam and the calls of life. He is torn between the principles of the mosque and its murderous folly, while living in the turmoil of adolescence.
*Out in the room on July 10
Spice Island Cultural Virtual Festival
On Saturday, the festival virtual Spice Island, in association with the government of Grenada, takes over your screens, your tablet and your social networks for a day of dance and music of the Caribbean, that will make you dance in your living room. The programming will feature artists, singers, musicians in the caribbean such as orchestra Angel Harps Steel Orchestra, or the orchestra popular Commancheros Steel Orchestra. In addition, immerse yourself in an exotic journey with costumes, panels of entrepreneurs of the diaspora, and speeches from inspiring people such as medalist, olympian Kirani James, and the author-writer Richardo Keens-Douglas.
* Tomorrow www.spiceislandculturalday.com