Bon voyage
Cirque Éloize presents its first podcast

We are proud to announce the launch of our first podcast, Bon Voyage. The series of four episodes will take listeners back in time to 1885 and immerse them in the bustling life around Dalhousie Station, the historic Old Montreal building that is today home of our creative studios.


Episode 1 features a 20-minute drama by playwright Michel Marc Bouchard, while its historical backdrop is the subject of the three following 10-minute episodes, written and narrated by historian Martin Landry.


The characters of Bon Voyage experience the inauguration of the Trans-Canada train line leaving from Dalhousie Station in Montreal, a project with immense social and political ramifications that is at the very source of the birth of Canada.


The English version of Bon Voyage will be available early June. Stay tuned!


Bon Voyage : a fiction of Michel Marc Bouchard

Montreal, its social classes and the great epidemic of 1885

Dalhousie Station and the Creation of Canada

Montreal, the gateway to the West


Dramatic writing
Michel Marc Bouchard
Design and production
Zoé Gagnon-Paquin
Executive production
Hélène Simonin (Cirque Éloize)
Historical research and writing
Martin Landry
Art direction and casting
Frédéric Bélanger
Creative Direction
Claudia Couture and Richard Dagenais (Cirque Éloize)
Original composition
Sébastien Langlois
Sound design
Mathis Zgajnar
Recordings and post-production
Jérémi Roy, Mathis Zgajnar and Étienne Legast
This Cirque Éloize production is made possible by the financial support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec


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