The Theatre Petit Champlain has been a part of Quebec’s cultural landscape for many years. Since it’s opening in the XIX century, the Theatre Petit Champlain hosts mostly theater productions. Later on, in 1994, the Theater became the first Maison de la Chanson and started to welcome a lot of local musical artists. Lately, we added more diversity to our upcoming events ; we also welcome stand-up comics!
IMPERIAL BELL – QUEBEC
The programming is on the web site of the Imperial Bell
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On March 17, 2007, after major renovations at a cost of 23 million started in summer 2004, the Raoul-Jobin Concert Hall is inaugurated. The acoustics of the new hall is then considered, “almost perfect”. Sound insulation to the outside reduces ambient noise to background noise of 20 dB. Through the use of various acoustic techniques, the room allows optimal control (2.2 seconds or less) of the reverb without echo. Renovations however known their share of problems, with costs almost doubled compared to the budget, a fire and a series of lawsuits that have delayed the delivery of this great concert hall.
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The Capitole de Québec is a Beaux Arts-style theatre in Quebec, Quebec, Canada. It is located in Old Quebec on Place d’Youville. It was listed on the Répertoire du patrimoine culturel du Québecin 1984, and became a National Historic Site of Canada in 1986.