Free tickets offered for Les Nocturnes at the Sutton Art School

In partnership with the Sutton Art School, the Town of Sutton offers free tickets exclusively to Sutton residents and homeowners to attend Les Nocturnes film screenings on Friday evenings from June to September.

In addition to its own Open Air Cinema family film program, which will run from July 6 to August 10 at the Veteran’s park, the Town of Sutton has decided to join forces with Les Nocturnes, to give its citizens a wider choice of films. Around four hundred tickets will be distributed free of charge under the conditions described below. Otherwise, admission is $10.

Les Nocturnes, Quebec auteur cinema in Sutton

Held in the enchanting setting of the Sutton Art School, Les Nocturnes will present Quebec auteur films under the stars, every Friday evening (except August 25), from June 23 to September 22. Spectators can look forward to a lively atmosphere from 7 p.m., with activities including a refreshment bar with popcorn and snacks, an exhibition of children’s artwork and surprise musical performances, before the film is presented by the filmmaker or a member of the production team at 8 p.m., followed by a screening at sunset. Please note that most films will be presented in their original French with English subtitles.

Don’t forget to bring your chair, blanket and admission ticket!

For more information on Les Nocturnes, visit the Sutton Art School website and Facebook page.

First evening screening Friday, June 23

The opening evening of Les Nocturnes, part of Sutton’s Fête nationale du Québec program, will be reserved to the Festival Prends ça court: an exclusive selection of Quebec shorts films. Festival director Danny Lennon and the directors of the films screened will be on hand to chat with the public after the screening.

Prends ça court Festival selection:

  • À MORT LE BIKINI! by Justine Gauthier (16 min)
  • LA TRILOGIE DES TÊTARDS by Léonard Giovenazzo (21 min)
  • SUMMER NIGHTS by Virgile Ratelle (14 min)
  • CINQ OCTOBRE by Élise Labelle (12 min)
  • ENTRE-DEUX by Clara Prévost (24 min)
  • ASKA by Clara Milo (14 min)

To have access to the free tickets

Do you live or own property in Sutton? You can attend the Nocturnes screenings for free! Here’s what you need to do:

  • Present yourself at the Town Hall reception desk, during opening hours, with proof of identity with address and photo. A maximum of 4 tickets per person are available when you pick up your free tickets.
  • Free tickets are distributed only at the Sutton Town Hall reception desk, at 11, Principale St. South; opening hours are: Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Tickets are available only to adults aged 18 and over, with proof of residency.
  • Proof of residency is required in the form of :
    • Driver’s license with address and photo;Cable, telephone or Hydro-Québec bill or municipal or school tax notice and photo ID;
    • original copy of a lease signed by the landlord and photo ID;

Not eligible for free admission? A $10 fee will be charged at the site entrance.

The Sutton Art School is a space dedicated to artistic awakening, expression and development in the heart of the village of Sutton. It offers a variety of summer activities for young and adults who want to discover art. Discover the program of its 2023 summer camps and its many art workshops.

Les Nocturnes screenings
Friday evenings from 7 p.m., June 23 to September 22 except August 25
79 Principale Street South, Sutton
Ticket price: $10
Free for Sutton residents and property owners on presentation of a ticket offered by the Town of Sutton.