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Contemporary skating show with Le Patin Libre

The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, Morris Trudeau, is happy to invite residents to a contemporary ice skating show presented by  Le Patin Libre on March 8 at the Bob-Birnie Arena.

Le Patin Libre is a contemporary ice skating company that performs throughout the world. Currently on tour in Montréal, the artists will be putting their skates on the ice at the Bob-Birnie Arena as they present their show, Vertical Influences.

Vertical Influences consists of two pieces, both of which bring the audience right into the action. Vertical is a dizzying rhythmical and choreographical piece, while Influences explores the relation between individual and group.

In the second part of the show, the artists invite the audience to join them for a dance party on the ice with music, dynamic lighting effects, and an introduction to dance and choreographical movements. Participants must bring their skates.

“Young and old will enjoy being both spectators and actors during this exciting performance,” says Mayor Trudeau. “We hope many of you will come and see these performers in perpetual motion and have fun on the ice with family and friends.”

Passes are required for the show and may be obtained free of charge, as of today, at the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre or the Bob-Birnie Arena. Space is limited.

The show starts at 1 p.m.

The Bob-Birnie Arena is located at 58 Maywood Avenue.
Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca