5 things to do in Montreal today: Tuesday, November 6

Nov 6 2018, 2:48 am

With Monday in the rear-view mirror, let’s get through today, November 6. It’s just a quick drive straight through¬†towards Hump Day as we set our sights on the weekend. How does that sound?

Here are five things worthy of checking out in Montreal today.

YogaTribes Sound Off

Powered by wireless headphones, YogaTribes’ Sound Off will aim to focus on movement, music and a unique sensory experience while bringing zen to your body, mind and soul.

Each class will be led by different teachers from Montreal’s yoga community, each of whom will offer a varied music program to help you discover their style and training, specific to their personality.

The provided headphones will trigger guest’s other senses as it completely blocks out ambient sounds, channelling every yogi’s focus to the instructor’s music.

When: Tuesday, November 6
Time:¬†12:15 pm ‚Äď 1 pm and 5:30 pm ‚Äď 6:30 pm
Where: Espace LoV, 1232 rue de la Montagne (2nd floor)
Price: $20

Continuum and¬†aurŇćrae

Continuum¬†and¬†aurŇćrae¬†are two shows at Montreal‚Äôs Planetarium. From the infinitely small to the infinitely large,¬†Continuum¬†is a visual arts show that is a connection between humankind and the universe while¬†AurŇćra¬†explains and displays the electrifying aurora borealis.

When: Tuesday, November 6
Time:¬†8 am ‚Äď 4 pm
Where: Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan, 4801 avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
Price: $8, available online


Cinemania is a celebration of the best of francophone cinema from 2018. All of the screenings are shown in French with English subtitles in the cozy atmosphere of Cinéma Impérial.

When: Tuesday, November 6
Time: Varying times
Where: Cinéma Impérial
Price:¬†$9 ‚Äď $13 per film, available¬†online

Christine and the Queens

H√©lo√Įse Letissier, known professionally as Christine and the Queens, is a French singer, songwriter and producer from Nantes, France. Letissier studied theatre before forming her solo musical group Christine and the Queens.

Pushing the boundaries in both music and gender, the unique sound of the band pairs flamboyant pop with powerful minimalism.

When: Tuesday, November 6
Time: 7:30 pm Р10:30 pm
Where: Place Bell, 1950 Rue Claude-Gagné, Laval
Price: $46 Р$78, available online

Les lumières de la ville & The Montreal Symphony Orchestra

Check out this powerful duo of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and Charlie Chaplin.

Conductor¬†Timothy Brock¬†will orchestrate the symphony while Charlie Chaplin’s 1931 silent film,¬†Les lumi√®res de la ville¬†is screened on a giant projection at the timeless¬†Maison symphonique de Montr√©al.

When: Tuesday, November 6
Time: 8 pm – 10 pm
Where: Maison symphonique de Montréal, 1600 Saint Urbain
Price: $46, available online

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