TNC (Tuesday Night Café Theatre)
A place to see and be seen on lower campus, this student-run theatre in Morrice Hall performs a mix of internationally acclaimed and student written plays.
This juicy, nonprofit theatre puts on four shows a year in Montreal’s oldest black box theatre. It’s also home to the McGill Drama Festival, the number one student written and directed theatre festival at McGill.
Arts Undergraduate Theatre Society
This theatre regularly puts on fantastic productions (such as last year’s show, Kiss of the Spider Woman) in Moyse Hall. Try not to miss their starstudded production this year!
Douglas Theatre Company
An up and coming theatre company headquartered in Douglas Hall. This hot young thing puts on student written shows, and allows only first years to audition.
Love classical music? McGill’s fab music school often offers free or cheap student performances!
Student Art Mags
If you want to channel your inner Picasso, student art mags such as Steps, the Veg, Scrivener, and Folio could give you the chance to do so! They regularly ask for art and writing submissions, giving students the chance to flex their creative muscles.
Aspiring songbirds can audition for any of the many choirs at McGill – such as a capella ensembles Soulstice, Effusion, Tonal Ectasy, and New Earth Voices, and women’s choral ensemble Les Muses Chorale. Vocal superstars can also check out the McGill Choral Society, which doesn’t require an audition to join.
You can get your groove on in almost any style with the many dance groups at McGill, such as the Inertia Modern Dance Collective, Mosaica, Salseros, the Scottish Highland Dance