5 things to do in Montreal today: Monday, July 25

Jul 25 2016, 8:21 pm

From the Alan Carr Gala at Just for Laughs to a unique movie festival, here is everything you need on your social calendar today.

Skateboards Just for Laughs Fundraiser

What: Don’t miss some amazing JFL headliners performing in supporting of the Skateboards for Hope Charity. 100% of your ticket purchase supports underpriviledged children.
When: July 25, 16
Where: Comedy Nest, 2313 Ste Catherine West, Montreal

Alan Carr Gala

What: After yapping his way around the UK and Ireland, Alan Carr will be performing his solo show, Yap Yap Yap!, in Canada for the first time. The award-winning comedian, author, and chat show supremo returns to his stand up roots with his hilarious take on life.
When: July 25
Where: Place des Arts – Salle Claude-Léveillée, 175 Rue Ste-Catherine O

Shakespeare in the Park

What: It’s girl power at tis year’s Shakespeare in the Park! Repercussion Theatre presents an all-female production of Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. The production includes a high level of stage combat, live drumming, and a strong aesthetic style
When: Until August 4
Where: Various locations

MEG: Montreal Electronic Groove Festival

What: The MEG Montréal Festival showcases contemporary music trends ranging from indie rock to electronic music. Artists from all across Canada, France, and other parts of the world gather for the MEG to bring notice to the indie music scene and spotlight to Montreal as a worldly music hub.
When: Until July 31
Where: Various venues

Fantasia International Film Festival

What: The Fantasia International Film Festival is now recognized as the largest and most influential event of its kind in North America. With a varied programming and an emphasis on the imaginative cinema of Asia, Europe and the Americas, Fantasia’s offerings range from unique offerings to international commercial crowd-pleasers rarely seen in North America.
Until August 2
Where: Various locations



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