Is Théâtre Sainte-Catherine accessible to people with reduced mobility?
Yes, of course! The Théâtre Sainte-Catherine has a street level entrance and an access ramp that we can install for the one step up from the sidewalk at any time upon request. However, our restrooms are small and not equipped with a holding bar, so access for users with reduced mobility is limited. For any specific accessibility request of for more information, don’t hesitate to contact us at 514-284-3939.
Are minors (babies, children, teenagers, etc.) allowed in the Théâtre Sainte-Catherine?
Minors are welcome in the Théâtre, unless otherwise directed by event organizers. You are held responsible for verifying the age restrictions before attending a show. We reserve the right to see personal identification from anyone trying to purchase alcohol. Any minor who drinks alcohol or uses drugs in our space will be evicted from the Théâtre.
When do doors open before a show?
Usually, doors open 30 minutes before an event begins. Come and grab a drink in our Café-bar and reserve your spot while waiting in line or chilling up front. There is a strict no-stress policy in the front.
Are seats assigned?
All shows that we host are General Admission. That means that no seat is reserved. We suggest that you arrive 15 to 30 minutes before the beginning of the event in order to save your spot.
*Each show can decide how to organize seating and on rare occassions assign their own personal seating
Can we pay with a debit card? And a credit card?
We accept cash transactions, debit card payments (no minimum) and credit card payments (10$ minimum).
Are there parking spots near Théâtre Sainte-Catherine?
There are regular public fee-based parking spaces on Ste-Catherine street and adjacent streets. There also are private paid parking lots around the Théâtre. Here are a few:
1601 Rue Sanguinet, Montréal, QC H2X 3G2
210 Rue Boisbriand, Montréal, QC H2X 1K8
Can I bring my own food?
Since we serve food, alcohol and other beverages, it is forbidden to bring food from the outside into our Théâtre.
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