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Welcome to the Toronto-Entertainment.ca Theatre section. Here you will find Toronto Theatre listings complete with images, maps, dress code tips and ticket information. Everything you need to plan the perfect night out.
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300 King Street West, Toronto,
(800) 461-3333
The Princess of Wales is a showcase of all that is best in both traditional and contemporary design. The Toronto Star described it as, "...a glittering glass jewelry case, a sparkling glimpse into a spectacle of total design." In the years since its public opening, the theatre has hosted hundreds of visitors - architects, designers, engineers and theatre professionals from all over the world - who have come not to see a show, but to study the architecture, design and art work of this landmark theatre.
260 King Street West, Toronto,
(800) 461-3333
A masterpiece of beaux-arts architecture, the historic Royal Alexandra is Toronto's senior theatre and, at 101, never having been converted to any other use, the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America. The Royal Alexandra embodies the ambition of the young Toronto stock broker Cawthra Mulock, who sought to put his home town on the cultural map by building for it "the finest theatre on the continent.
244 Victoria Street, Toronto,
(800) 461-3333
At 2,300 seats, the elegant Canon Theatre is a perfect setting for theatrical presentations, concerts, comedy, benefits, lectures, private functions - and much more - on a grand scale . The theatre has been part of Toronto’s entertainment scene for almost one hundred years and is located on Yonge Street in downtown Toronto, with its main entrance on Victoria St., across the street from the Eaton Centre and adjacent to Yonge/Dundas Square.
651 Yonge Street, Toronto,
(800) 461-3333
Formally known as the New Yorker Theatre, the Panasonic was completely rebuilt in 2005. It is an entirely new venue and is an extremely intimate space, with the last row in the balcony only 85 feet from the stage. The 700 seats are split between the orchestra (427) and balcony (273) levels, allowing a production to use one or both. The theatre is just right for small productions, comedy, concerts, graduations, press conferences, lectures and meetings.
255 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto,
(800) 461-3333
Roundhouse Park, home of the Toronto Rail Heritage Centre, features fun and lively new “museum” attractions maintained by the Toronto Railway Historical Association. Built around an old railway turntable, the park features original water and locomotive coaling towers, an historic railway site, a collection of working steam and diesel locomotives and even a passenger-carrying, miniature, live steam train. Roundhouse Park brings back the thrilling sights and sounds of Toronto’s colourful railroading past, making it the perfect place to stage The Railway Children.
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