To offer a ticket for a show to a child is to offer wonder! Here are some great outings to offer (or to give yourself) as a gift. Moments of complicity guaranteed!
December - Quebec Issime
December 22 to January 2 - Webcast Wanting to perpetuate the tradition for an 18th season in a row, Québec Issime and la Place des arts de Montréal unite to webcast the great musical fresco of the holiday season, December, recorded at the Théâtre Maisonneuve
Filled with magic, joy and nostalgia, the December show is the biggest Christmas musical production in Canada. On screen, 24 artists dressed in sumptuous costumes in majestic settings and tableaux bring a magical imagination to life.
You can now book the webcast for $44.95 (including taxes and service charges) directly on placedesarts.com.
Nicolas Noël - Children's books around the world
From December 29 to 30, 2021 - Jean-Duceppe Theater
It's Nicolas Noël's long-awaited return to the stage! In this new version of the show Children's Books of the World, Father Nicolas will reveal some of his biggest secrets! How does he manage topass through the chimneys with his round belly? How does he lift his huge bag of toys? Does the list of good children really exist? What do the children's books of the world tell us? To answer all these questions, nothing better than living a magical moment listening to the authentic Santa Claus tell and sing his wonderful stories in a magical atmosphere! A moment of wonder and unmissable entertainment as the holiday season approaches. Nicolas Noël can't wait to see you again!
Visit placedesarts.com to reserve your tickets!
The Story of Babar the Little Elephant
December 18 to January 2 - Webcast
A story full of twists and colorful music that will move children and awaken a touch of nostalgia in adults!
Two friends revisit in music and theater a tale from their childhood: the famous story of King Babar. Thanks to a few scraps of fabric and the evocative music of Francis Poulenc, Elisabeth and Laurence bring to life the adventures of the little elephant in the main streets of the city, then on his return to the savannah. A touching, fun and inventive creation.