Some cultural news and tips for your weekend agenda
- If you're looking for an anglophone artsist from Quebec or would like to discover a new one, there's a new website out there called www.made-au-quebec.ca. Created by the English Language Arts Network, the goal of Made au Québec is to promote anglophone artists from Quebec to both francophone and anglophone audiences.
And as far as events going on this weekend across the province...
If you're in the Quebec City area:
- Manitoba-native Mark Bérubé and the Patriotic Few are playing their indie-folk music on Quebec City's south shore. The show is this evening, March 22nd, at the Vieux Bureau de Poste in St. Romuald. Show starts at 8:00 pm, tickets are $22.
If you're in the Sherbrooke area:
- Quebec City's Karim Ouellet will be playing his pop-rock-electro-reggae sound at the Boque é Bière in Sherbrooke tomorrow evening, March 23rd. Doors open at 9:00 pm, $17 at the door.
If you're in the Abitibi area:
- Tonight, March 22nd, at the Théatre Télébec in the Felix Leclerc Hall in Val D'or, Dumas will be performing his pop-rock music. Show starts at 8:00 pm, tickets are 32$ for general audience and $12 for students.
- Also tonight, March 22nd, at the Théatre Meglab in Malartic, blues-rocker Steve Hill is hitting the stage. Show starts at 20h00 pm, tickets are $32.