Date: Sunday, May 22nd
Place: Cirque Éloize
Address: 417, rue Berri, Montréal
We are proud to offer ISCAS attendees a very special welcome reception full of surprises!
The welcome reception will be hosted at the Cirque Éloize located in the Gare Dalhousie, a historic building in the heart of Vieux Montréal, next to the old port. Starting at 4:30pm and until 6:30pm, all guests will be transported by shuttle bus to the reception venue. The shuttle will pick up attendees at the Sheraton hotel every ten (10) minutes. A first group of attendees selected on first-arrived-first-served basis will be invited to proceed and enjoy the a performance by Cirque Éloize’s artists which will begin at 7:00pm. Guests from the second group will be invited to wait on the terrace for the second show. Drinks and canapés will be served on location. Cirque Éloize’s second performance will start at 8:00pm for guests of the second group. After the show is over, we invite all attendees to stroll through the historical district of Old Montréal, where you’ll find many interesting sites to visit and enjoy our gastronomy suited for all tastes and budgets.
Cirque Éloize adapts its talent and creativity to all scenarios. Located in a historic building (1886), the creative studios of Cirque Éloize at the Dalhousie station offer a unique venue filled with the spirit of its history, in the heart of Old Montreal. Positioned at the heart of the renewal of circus arts as endeavored by Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Éloize has been creating moving performances filled with magic since 1993. Continually striving for artistic perfection, it is one of the leaders in contemporary circus arts. Based on the multidisciplinary talents of its artists, Cirque Éloize expresses its innovative nature through theatricality and humanity, and combines circus arts with music, dance and theatre in a path-breaking and original manner. With ten original productions to its credit, Cirque Éloize has presented almost 4,000 performances in over 440 cities and 40 countries. Cirque Éloize has taken part in numerous prestigious international festivals.
The Dalhousie train station built between 1883 and 1884 is now
a historical building.
Find out more at Cirque Éloize.