Cultural events in the capital

Cultural events in the capital

At the start of a new week, cultural activities jostle to announce that it’s time to free up your art encounter schedule!

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Art competition Diffusion culturelle de Lévis

Photo from the Louise-Carrier Exhibition Center Facebook page

  • Louise Carrier Exhibition Center
  • 21 and 22 February, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m

There are only two days left to visit the exhibition that brings together the works of the 18 creators selected for the 25th Concours d’oeuvres d’oeuvre de Diffusion culturelle de Lévis, which encourages the creation and the development of the career Emerging artist supported. Jean-Yves Chrétien, Yann Laboissonnière and Angélique Bourgoin won 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes respectively.

► Free,

Orkisstra with the band KISSED

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  • Capitol
  • February 25, 8:30 p.m

ORKISSTRA, a show with the KISSED group, visits the universe of the legendary group KISS in a “rockestral” way. Surrounded by 12 musicians on stage, the members of the group will amaze your eyes and ears!

► $47.75, $56.50, $60.75,

The Beaches with Les Shirleys

Photo from The Beaches Facebook page

  • The Anti Bar & Shows
  • February 21, 8 p.m

Canadian rock group The Beaches share the stage with Quebec punk rock trio Les Shirley, the moment of an all-female musical evening in the Saint-Roch neighborhood.

► $26.86, lanti.approx

The Storyville mosquito

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  • The diamond
  • February 22-24, 7:30 p.m

At each performance, Kid Koala and le Mois Multi present a production that is performed, filmed, performed and composed entirely on the stage. Fourteen performers bring to life the story of a young mosquito who leaves the country to seek fame and fortune in the city, with miniature sets, puppets, cinematography and live music.

► $15 (under 15 accompanied by an adult), $50, $65,

Antoine Lachance

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  • Little Champlain Theater
  • February 23, 8 p.m

Captivating-voiced singer-songwriter and incomparable multi-instrumentalist, Antoine Lachance, who has been evolving in the Quebec countryside for more than a decade, will use his rich lyrics and catchy melodies to the sound of guitars and synths.

► $28,

Elise Provencher’s Bathers

  • gallery 3
  • Until March 12, Wednesday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.

Admire Élise Provencher’s first solo exhibition, entitled Les Baigneurs, and let yourself be carried away to the banks of the Saint Lawrence by her ceramics, which depict figures sometimes sedated by swimming or frozen in inactivity.

► Free,

poetry slam

  • House of Literature
  • February 21, 8 p.m

Because the words, the voice, the rhythms and the ideas put together often hold surprises, the Slam of Poetry opens its microphone at the beginning of the evening (registration at the entrance) and then presents the performances of various guest artists. The slammaster André Marceau and the musical accents of DJ Presentant will underline the evening.

► $7 at the door,


Photo provided by Jean-Charles Labarre

  • Albert Rousseau Room
  • February 26, 3 p.m

The show that traces the career of Michel Louvain, UN CERTAIN SOUVENIR, continues its route until April 2023 with Suzie Villeneuve, Matthieu Lévesque, Joëlle Lanctôt and Bryan Audet in a staging by Joël Legendre.

► $45 or $62,