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Montreal Families

Should You Take the Kids to: Montreal Completement Cirque?

ID – Cirque Eloize from Montréal Complètement Cirque on Vimeo.

Montréal Complètement Cirque kicked off today, bringing circus acts from all over the world to Montreal, until July 25.

One of the first shows on the agenda is Cirque Éloize’s Id, set in the world of a “surreal megalopolis”, where the performers are expressing their individuality and finding their identities. Children will probably love the fact that hip-hop, breakdance and some BMX bike tricks are part of the process. Based on the video, I think my 5-year-old would definitely be into it, and would probably be able to sit through the whole show. It lasts two hours, with an intermission.

Cirque Éloize’s Id is playing through July 25, under the big top in the Old Port.
Tickets cost $30 to $50 and family ticket packages are available.
More information on the show.

Most of the shows on the Complètement Cirque program are said to be for all ages, with some that are recommended as being for age seven and up. Find out more in the full list of show descriptions.

Montréal Complètement Cirque will also be offering free activities on specific days during the festival at TOHU, in Hochelaga Maisonneuve, Ste. Geneviève and Verdun. See the schedule of free activities.

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