6 great ideas for having fun at home

6 great ideas for having fun at home

Pandemic, containment, curfew … It’s not always easy to keep morale up these days. But it is possible. How? ‘Or’ What ? Here are six activities to keep you entertained at home this weekend.

Remember that Everything goes with Nicole Bordeleau

6 great ideas for having fun at home

Courtesy photo, Éditions Edito

Do you have trouble finding your way around in this world turned upside down by the pandemic? Nicole Bordeleau can help you. In his most recent book, Everything goes, the author and yogi offers different tools to accept change with serenity, all with the benevolent approach that we know her.

► Available in bookstores and libraries

The Academy opens its doors

6 great ideas for having fun at home

Photo courtesy, Eric Myre

It’s gone for a new season of Star Academy. Sunday evening, we will push the doors of this new edition for the first time, where 60 young singers will try to realize their dream: to go on stage during the first Sunday gala, on February 14th.

► Sunday, 7 p.m., at TVA

Double dose of drag

6 great ideas for having fun at home

Fans of drag queens, rejoice. The Crave channel offers a double Friday night with the airing of two new episodes: first, the second season of Drag Race UK, then the 13e declination of RuPaul’s Drag Race. On the menu: wigs, sequins, false eyelashes and extravagant lipsyncs … or, in other words, the perfect antidotes to gloom.

► Friday evening, from 7:25 p.m., on Crave

Rediscovering François Pérusse

6 great ideas for having fun at home

Photo courtesy, Jérémie LeBlond-Fontaine

François Pérusse is an inexhaustible source of crazy characters, tasty word games and catchy songs. As proof, the comedian recently launched the 11e (!) volume of his popular series The People’s Album. It’s hard to find better timing for this great comeback on record.

► Available on www.francoisperusse.ca

A virtual humor gala

6 great ideas for having fun at home

Archive photo, Chantal Poirier

Fabien Cloutier admits to having found the context of the pandemic “nourishing” from a creative point of view. We will be able to discover the result tomorrow evening when the actor will host a ComédiHa gala! where it will welcome a handful of guests such as Rosalie Vaillancourt, Mario Jean and Mélanie Ghanimé.

► Saturday, 8 p.m., on www.comediha.tv, cost: $ 25

Fall back to childhood with the Opéra de Montréal

6 great ideas for having fun at home

We all know the story of Hansel and Gretel. But the Opéra de Montréal invites us to rediscover it differently: in music. The Grimm brothers’ tale comes back to life, for young and old, thanks to the webcast of the show, recorded in 2014, and, in addition, it’s free. Why deprive yourself of it?

► Sunday, 4 p.m., at www.operademontreal.com

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