The cultural service wants to hear from partners in the UK, Ireland and Nordic countries about any plans they may have this year (present to 31st March 2023) to work with or programme Québec artists and organisations.
We are pleased to present this new edition of our Québec Culture brochure, featuring a host of exciting Québec shows and events programmed in the UK, Ireland and the Nordic countries during this Winter-Spring season.
Robert Lepage takes us on an exclusive, exciting, sometimes nostalgic and comic journey, weaving in his own personal relationship with the UK. ‘A Quiet Revolution’ traces back through the last 60 years that have intertwined Québec and the UK.
Following last year success, we’ve prepared for you a new edition of our virtual party hamper with everything you need to organise your fête nationale du Québec (Québec National Day) at home.
There are some new additions; so be prepared for our virtual celebration on the 24th, our Ciné-Club and our Québec National Day Playlist competition.
Join the Québec@EdFringe virtual showcase!
A digital showcase for Québec shows! For the first time in its history, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe will allow artists to register events without a physical location in their official programme, although they still need to be associated with a venue. This is a great opportunity for Québec artists! Indeed, the EdFringe has been a great springboard for many artists, as not only is it a festival for the general public, but it also offers a professional section where tour-ready shows can get noticed.
To celebrate the month of La Francophonie, and this despite the lockdown, the Québec Government Office in London is organising an online contest. Share your favorite Québec expression and have a chance to win a basket filled with flavors from La Belle Province and books about Québec.