Montreal Opera Costume Sale

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In a first for the company, the Opera de Montreal will be selling several hundred hidden treasures from its costume workshop on September 28. Redingotes, kimonos, magnificent dresses, astonishing outfits, armour, capes, helmets, props, and vintage posters… Unique pieces being sold at modest prices, just in time for Halloween.

We need to make room for new productions in our costume workshop. So, we thought it would be really fun to let people acquire a piece of Opera de Montreal history, at a very affordable price, stated General Director Patrick Corrigan.

Collectors will also have a chance to find what they’re looking for, as a few exceptional items will also be available.

Montreal Opera Costume Sale

Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019

Time: 10 am to 4 pm (or while supplies last)

Place: Agora Hydro-Quebec (entrance at the corner of President-Kennedy and Jeanne-Mance)

Practical info:

  • First come, first served
  • Items are sold as-is; all sales are final
  • Hundreds of items available at low prices (starting at $5)
  • A few collectible pieces available at slightly higher prices

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