Dear Friends and Audience Members,

In light of the recommendations made by the Government of Quebec regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), all performances and events scheduled for the remainder of our 2019-2020 season have been cancelled. The health and safety of our visitors, artists and employees are of the utmost importance.

Les appuis imaginés by Jean-Sébastien Lourdais, One Hundred More by Justine A. Chambers and Laurie YoungPoney Rides by Jacques Poulin-Denis and Choeur et chorégraphes by André Pappathomas and the April 8 benefit gala, are thus cancelled. All previously scheduled artistic residencies, workshops and other audience development activities are also cancelled until further notice.

Refund Policy
All tickets to shows scheduled for the cancellation period will be reimbursed.

If you purchased tickets online for a cancelled performance, the refund will automatically appear on your credit card statement within the next 30 days [under the name of the ticket provider, Event’nroll]. For clients who purchased tickets in person or by phone, we will soon contact you by e-mail or by phone to let you know about the different solutions available.

However, given the exceptional circumstances and if you are able to do so, you can also demonstrate your support for Agora and its artists by donating your ticket(s) to Agora. We will send you a tax receipt for same.

Note that the box office is closed.  There is no need to go there in person.
If you want to contact the box office, do so by e-mail at during the duration of the cancellation period. Wednesday to Friday from 12 noon to 6 p.m. only.

That being said, we ask for your patience and understanding while we manage this situation. Rest assured that we will be working hard to respond to all those who purchased tickets.

The following additional measures are in effect for the immediate future:
Our offices are closed, but you can reach us by e-mail at our respective e-mail addresses.
You can also monitor all updates of the situation on our website or our Facebook page.
Aware of the very strong implications for the show business sector as a whole, our team is working hard to find the best ways of helping artists, audience and cultural workers to cope with this crisis.

Take care of yourselves.

The Agora Team