This fall, experience theatricality in all its forms

June 7

Influenced by the times, Le Diamant’s Fall 2022 programming includes diverse artistic practices: circus, theatre and multidisciplinary arts. With a world premiere, an exclusive, and a debut, the shows align with Le Diamant’s mission: to help audiences discover theatricality in all its forms. 

“Numerous productions presented at Le Diamant are at the crossroads between disciplines and have a powerful multidisciplinary language. This fall is no exception.”

Robert Lepage, artistic director of Le Diamant


Sept. 2 and Nov. 19
NSPW (québec)

A huge hit since Le Diamant’s opening in September 2019, North Shore Pro Wrestling is coming to Le Diamant again on September 2 and November 19. Tickets sell out within a few hours!


sept. 17 — 18 / 23 — 25
Ex Machina / Robert Lepage

Ex Machina/Robert Lepage’s seven-hour marathon show is coming back to Le Diamant for five performances—an event not to be missed. Les Sept branches de la rivière Ōta tells the story of people who have come to Hiroshima from all over the world and find themselves confronted with their own devastation and illumination.


Joue à Tom Waits
sept. 29 — 30
L'orchestre d'hommes-orchestres

After a shortened show run last March, L’Orchestre d’hommes-orchestres is coming back to Le Diamant to continue celebrating the 20th anniversary of this ragtag collective of artist-musicians. In Joue à Tom Waits, the universe of Tom Waits opens up just like an apple under a sharp knife when an orchestra of busy multi-instrumentalists play his compositions on found objects and invented instruments in lively scenes.


OCT. 13 —15
Johanne Madore / Collectif Chimère

WORLD PREMIERE—With a background in dance and choreography, Johanne Madore explores circus arts with Le Collectif Chimère. A unique, organic universe where dance and acrobatics come together in a rich blend, NYX examines the archetypal elements of femininity and is inspired by the teenage memories of Johanne Madore.


Becoming Chelsea
OCT. 27 — 29
Les 2 Mondes

Sébastien Harrisson’s Becoming Chelsea is loosely inspired by the life of prominent activist and whistleblower Chelsea Manning. This new work was created through an intense process of documentary research and reflection on citizen and artistic ethics.


NOV. 3 — 5
Côté Danse

National Ballet of Canada principal dancer and choreographer Guillaume Côté and librettist Royce Vavrek have combined their talents to create this thrilling, innovative work that brings together dance, theatre and digital arts. Featuring the music of Swedish composer Mikael Karlsson, Crypto is a groundbreaking work about forced displacement and humans’ insistence on controlling and transforming beauty in unnatural ways.


Prince Hamlet
nov. 10 — 12
Why Not Theatre

A TOUR PREMIERE – Why Not Theatre’s remixed, reimagined Prince Hamlet, directed by Ravi Jain, features a cross-cultural, gender-bent cast. This production breathes new life into the 400-year-old play by challenging traditional ideas of who gets to tell this story. Combining English and American Sign Language, with surtitles in French, this production is a retelling for both hearing and Deaf audiences.


Moby Dick
nov. 24 — 26
Plexus Polaire

PRESENTED FOR THE FIRST TIME — With seven actors, fifty puppets, video projections, a drowned orchestra and a whale-sized whale, Yngvild Aspeli has directed an adaptation of Moby Dick, that wonderful beast of a book. It’s “a total show,” according to certain critics.


La Fureur de ce que je pense
DEC. 8 — 10
Infrarouge, a coproduction with Espace Go

Le Diamant will be filled with the texts of Nelly Arcan, delivered by six outstanding actresses—Christine Beaulieu, Sophie Cadieux, Evelyne de la Chenelière, Larissa Corriveau, Johanne Haberlin and Julie Le Breton—and an enchanting dancer, Anne Thériault. Directed by Marie Brassard, La fureur de ce que je pense is a collage of texts by this author, whose life was too short, that have been transposed into songs.


dec. 15 — 17 / 27 — 29
FLIP Fabrique

Playing with gender roles, Muse offers a refreshing view of contemporary circus. Get ready to see powerful women, graceful men and all the other possible permutations that exist. Whether wearing high heels or shoulder pads, the acrobats’ bodies are sure to amaze.


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Le Diamant would like to invite audiences to discover the different facets of theatricality with the new Discovery Package featuring the shows NYX, Crypto and Moby Dick.

Get a $25 gift card when you buy one ticket to each of these shows. Select the dates and seats you prefer, and then share your love of theatre by offering the gift card to someone else or save it for your own enjoyment!

The quantity of gift cards will increase according to the number of tickets purchased.

  • One ticket for each of the shows = one $25 gift card
  • Two tickets for each of the shows = two $25 gift cards


Le Diamant’s rooftop terrace is the perfect place for an aperitif with friends or loved ones. Last year, almost 5000 people admired the stunning view of Old Québec during the Diamant Experience – The Terrace.

A selection of wine, beer and cocktails will be offered. Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 3:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., by reservation only. 

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