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October 2017
CAD $40 - CAD $50

Grosse Île: The Musical

October 27 @ 8:00 pm
Oscar Peterson Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, QC Canada

1847. Ireland is a country in famine. Canada is the hope for a better life. Grosse Isle is the only way into the country. The musical is staged in this dark but hopeful historical context by Les Productions 1847. 

Written by Margaret Forrest, John Halpin and Hubert Radoux, this bilingual story is inspired by the research of historian Marianna O'Gallagher. First presented at Palais Montcalm in Quebec City in 2016, the updated play heads to Montreal this fall with its 30 choristers, 7 soloists and 3 musicians, all dressed in vintage costumes.

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CAD $40 - CAD $50

Grosse Île: The Musical

October 28 @ 8:00 pm
Oscar Peterson Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, QC Canada

1847. Ireland is a country in famine. Canada is the hope for a better life. Grosse Isle is the only way into the country. The musical is staged in this dark but hopeful historical context by Les Productions 1847. 

Written by Margaret Forrest, John Halpin and Hubert Radoux, this bilingual story is inspired by the research of historian Marianna O'Gallagher. First presented at Palais Montcalm in Quebec City in 2016, the updated play heads to Montreal this fall with its 30 choristers, 7 soloists and 3 musicians, all dressed in vintage costumes.

Find out more »
CAD $40 - CAD $50

Grosse Île: The Musical

October 29 @ 2:00 pm
Oscar Peterson Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, QC Canada

1847. Ireland is a country in famine. Canada is the hope for a better life. Grosse Isle is the only way into the country. The musical is staged in this dark but hopeful historical context by Les Productions 1847. 

Written by Margaret Forrest, John Halpin and Hubert Radoux, this bilingual story is inspired by the research of historian Marianna O'Gallagher. First presented at Palais Montcalm in Quebec City in 2016, the updated play heads to Montreal this fall with its 30 choristers, 7 soloists and 3 musicians, all dressed in vintage costumes.

Find out more »
November 2017
CAD $40 - CAD $50

Grosse Île: The Musical

November 3 @ 8:00 pm
Oscar Peterson Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, QC Canada

1847. Ireland is a country in famine. Canada is the hope for a better life. Grosse Isle is the only way into the country. The musical is staged in this dark but hopeful historical context by Les Productions 1847. 

Written by Margaret Forrest, John Halpin and Hubert Radoux, this bilingual story is inspired by the research of historian Marianna O'Gallagher. First presented at Palais Montcalm in Quebec City in 2016, the updated play heads to Montreal this fall with its 30 choristers, 7 soloists and 3 musicians, all dressed in vintage costumes.

Find out more »
CAD $40 - CAD $50

Grosse Île: The Musical

November 4 @ 8:00 pm
Oscar Peterson Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, QC Canada

1847. Ireland is a country in famine. Canada is the hope for a better life. Grosse Isle is the only way into the country. The musical is staged in this dark but hopeful historical context by Les Productions 1847. 

Written by Margaret Forrest, John Halpin and Hubert Radoux, this bilingual story is inspired by the research of historian Marianna O'Gallagher. First presented at Palais Montcalm in Quebec City in 2016, the updated play heads to Montreal this fall with its 30 choristers, 7 soloists and 3 musicians, all dressed in vintage costumes.

Find out more »
CAD $40 - CAD $50

Grosse Île: The Musical

November 5 @ 2:00 pm
Oscar Peterson Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, QC Canada

1847. Ireland is a country in famine. Canada is the hope for a better life. Grosse Isle is the only way into the country. The musical is staged in this dark but hopeful historical context by Les Productions 1847. 

Written by Margaret Forrest, John Halpin and Hubert Radoux, this bilingual story is inspired by the research of historian Marianna O'Gallagher. First presented at Palais Montcalm in Quebec City in 2016, the updated play heads to Montreal this fall with its 30 choristers, 7 soloists and 3 musicians, all dressed in vintage costumes.

Find out more »

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