Quebec City Theatres & Auditoriums
A feeling of history exudes from the stone walls of this 230-seat concert hall with two sunlit lobbies, located in the heart of Quartier Petit Champlain.
Inaugurated in 1971, the Grand Thée offers two concert halls: the 1,878-seat Louis-Fréchette hall and the 519-seat Octave-Crémazie hall. Dancing, theatre, music, operas and variety shows are featured. The main entrance is graced with an impressive mural by artist Jordi Bonet. Guided tours for groups every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., upon reservation.
Home to the Meduse artistic and cultural cooperative, this multi-use venue space hosts an array of special events year-round and features on-site artists' studios and a gallery space.
Located in the historic Bon-Pasteur chapel, Espace Bon-Pasteur displays numerous works by Plamondon, Levasseur, Favre, Casavant and the Soeurs du Bon-Pasteur de Québec. Open to the public 365 days a year, the Chapel is available for guided tours, concerts, conferences, recording sessions, rehearsals and other religious and cultural activities.
Located in the Old Port district adjacent to the Centre d'Interpretation du Vieux-Port this public space was created in celebration of Quebec City's 400th anniversary and plays host to an array of events year-round. Permanent art exhibits and a multi-purpose pavilion venue are added highlights.