Cabaret de cirque - Mars 2024

Cabaret de cirque - Mars 2024

During winter, nature freezes and encourages us to slow down from the hectic pace of everyday life. A creative interlude, the season is ideal for circus artists to enter into introspection. This quietude is favorable to reflection, encouraging us to refocus on ourselves and return to our essence in order to create unique works.  

For our 1st circus cabaret of the year, come and see an entire season of work by a dozen artists from here and abroad. Benefiting from a breeding ground of bubbling creativity, they have staged their acts from every angle. Straps, German wheel or hoop: the quintessence of hours of reflection and hard work. 

In the heart of downtown, sit down for a moment of sharing and discovery! Subdued lighting, dizzying heights under the vaulted ceiling, the scent of hot popcorn - you're sure to fall under the spell of this characterful heritage venue

To help your serotonin levels rise, count on our master of ceremonies Jerry Tremblay and our DJ, Olipage. Colorful characters, seasoned entertainment professionals and experts in the absurd, they'll warm you up like a gentle ray of sunshine!

A guaranteed revitalizing experience.

The show is in French. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. 

The Sanctuary is accessible to people with reduced mobility. Le Monastère is a partner of the Carte Accompagnement Loisir. If you find yourself in a difficult financial situation and would like to attend the cabaret, please contact us at billetterie@le-monastere.ca. 

Category 1 and 2 seats are on chairs, category 3, 4 and 5 on stools.

Would you like to come as a group? Get an exclusive discount: -10% from 10 to 24 people and -15% from 25 people. Send an email to groupe@le-monastere.ca to book your group deal. 

Le Monastère thanks the St Jax Centre, the Conseil des arts de Montréal, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Desjardins, PME MTL for making these cabarets possible. We also acknowledge the support of the Government of Canada.

Credits: Noémie Beauchamp by Caroline Thibault