4295 boul. Bourque
Sherbrooke, QC J1N 1S4
Phone: (819) 564-4400
Fax: (819) 564-7011
Spend a holiday watching a movie at Galaxy Cinemas Sherbrooke. This theater boasts of twelve screens showcasing the latest releases in a comfortable environment with an amicable staff at your service. They also offer areas for parties that can be enjoyed by groups. Movies at this theater can be enjoyed by the disabled too, as they have facilities for wheelchair users and provide hearing assistance. Prices vary for 3D movies, so call ahead or check out their website to know more.
Université de Sherbrooke Stadium or the Stade de l'Université de Sherbrooke is located on the campus of Université de Sherbrooke. This versatile sporting venue can accommodate 3,359 spectators.
Once the Grande Salle de l'Université de Sherbrooke, this theater can fit large crowds. It is very modern, with up-to-date technology, and has a certain personality about it that is alive. Call ahead for more details.
Established in 1969, the Centre culturel de l'Université de Sherbrooke is a cultural complex in the campus of the University of Sherbrooke. Comprising of the main hall, the Salle Maurice-O'Bready, Old Steeple UdeS, Art Gallery and Foyers, it is a hub for concerts, comedy acts, theater and dance. Students can special discounts on tickets.
Bar Le Magog is a Sherbrooke favorite. This watering hole is hidden behind a historic, 1826s building and is popular among locals in the know. Grab a drink from the bar and enjoy their nightly live entertainment - from student parties and karaoke nights, to alternative concerts in music styles like pop, punk and rock. This venue doubles up as a great platform for emerging bands and young talent.
Le Murdoch may not be much to look at, but when the bands hit the stage this DIY event venue comes to life. At Le Murdoch you will encounter the strange and unusual. From hardcore punk, psychobilly and death metal, to indie rock, Le Murdoch lends it support to a plethora of music genres. The performance schedule features a host of local musicians alongside touring international bands. Check out Le Murdoch's Facebook page for updates on the latest shows.
Set in a loft of a building, La Petite Boîte Noire is the brainchild of Julien Fortin, Jacques-Philippe Lemieux-Leblanc and Sébastien Hénault-Blanch. Decked up in creative light fixtures and a kitschy decor of mismatched furniture, this cozy theater is a hub for small plays and concerts.
La Maison Du Cinema literally translated as 'House of Cinema' aims at offering movie goers an ultimate move watching experience. The theater is equipped with modern digital technology offering the best picture quality and DOLBY sound which pulls you into the film. These technology makes 3D viewing here a memorable and life-like experience. You are welcomed into the theater with modern designed elegant facade. Enjoy the best of Hollywood, International and local cinemas at La Maison Du Cinema.
Palais des Sports Léopold-Drolet is a local stadium that is primarily used for ice hockey, but other sports are played here too.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Cinema Magog. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more check out the website.
If you are a visitor to Richmond, QC and want to discover the culture here, then head to the Centre d'art de Richmond . This center for the arts, housed in a historic building, offers an excellently diverse schedule of events, from contemporary rock concerts, to classical musical performances, plays, exhibitions, and much more. Host to two of the most celebrated festivals, the Festival de théâtre amateur de Richmond and Festi Rock de Richmond, the Centre d'Art de Richmond is a busy bee-hive of action.