Agora de la Danse
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Agora de la Danse information
One of Montréal's most important names in the contemporary dance world, Agora de la Danse explores modern and experimental forms, staging both homegrown troupes and performers from around the globe. It's set in the striking old Palestre National building. Tickets to most shows cost around $30.