The Street Speaks is a smart, snappy, spontaneous speakers’ corner for Montrealers with something to say. Paul Shore conducts man-on-the-street interviews, giving people the opportunity to openly express how they feel about a wide range of subjects, from immigration, to sex, to technology and how it’s affecting their relationships... and pretty much anything else on their minds. Montrealers are expressing their views on language and love, on death and stereotypes, on public art and multiculturalism. Always interesting. Often surprising. The Street Speaks can create a greater sense of community as we share our thoughts in a world where technology and the internet seem to be isolating us more and more.
Programmation de la semaine
This week, Montrealers debate whether to text or speak to a loved one, some speak out about how they deal with increased anxiety in modern times and some share their challenges in needing money in order to make money. House band Skinny Bros returns and actor Frederic Smith takes over the The Street Speaks Soapbox.
- Jeudi 19 janvier 2017 18:30
- Vendredi 20 janvier 2017 00:00
- Vendredi 20 janvier 2017 13:00
- Samedi 21 janvier 2017 04:00
- Samedi 21 janvier 2017 15:30
- Dimanche 22 janvier 2017 10:30
- Dimanche 22 janvier 2017 19:30
- Mardi 24 janvier 2017 11:00
This week, Montrealers speak about the challenges of integration, the unique multiculturalism of our city and how health cuts have affected them. House band Skinny Bros returns with special guest hornblowers Christopher Vincent and Scott Bevins of Busty and the Bass, and Nisha Coleman, Emma Wilkie and Sehar Manji return to The Street Speaks Soapbox.
- Mardi 24 janvier 2017 19:30
- Mercredi 25 janvier 2017 01:30
- Mercredi 25 janvier 2017 13:30