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Coronavirus COVID-19

Indoor events are slowly resuming in Quebec, with the authorization from the Quebec Public Health Institute to produce indoor events welcoming up to 250 people while respecting distancing measures. We invite you to learn about the concrete measures we have taken for this edition of Laval Laughs.

In collaboration with our venue, Le Cabaret C, we ask you to:

  • Cover your face: Wear a mask or face covering at all times inside the establishment and when you are moving inside the venue (mandatory for 10 years old and over). You are permitted to remove your mask when seated and ONLY when the show begins.
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow
  • Disinfect your hands: disinfection terminals are available in different places in the venue.
  • 2 meters distance: Keep your distance when moving through the venue. Keep 2 meters between yourself and people who are not in your social bubble at all times.
  • 1.5 meters in the room: A distance of 1.5 meters distance has been calculated between each social bubble in the room. Please respect this distance at all times and stay in the seat assigned to you upon arrival. We invite you to go to the bathroom before or after the show
  • Several hand disinfection stations are set up before entering Le Cabaret C, as well as throughout the venue. A walking plan has also been created to ensure your safety.
  • As our shows offer general admission, Le Cabaret C ushers will be there to assign you to your seats. Our seating plan has been designed to ensure respect of social distancing
  • Our ushers will also ensure the safe exit of our audience. You will be asked to remain seated at the end of the show, and the exiting will be done by section
  • Bar service will be open, and employees will wear the necessary protective gear
  • The venue will be disinfected after each performance, and the more frequently touched objects will also be disinfected several times a day

If you are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, DO NOT show up to your event. Communicate immediately with Public Health.

Important: If you have attended an event and have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been diagnosed as positive, report it to Public Health officials who will do any follow-ups deemed necessary.

In collaboration with

  • Outfront
  • Agence web Carbure
  • Pâtisserie St-Martin
  • Laval
  • Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de Laval, nouveaux entrepreneurs