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Randolph Centre for the Arts

Randolph Centre for the Arts

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736 Bathurst St, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1Z5, Canada
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May 3, 2018
I've been to see two musicals here, both were great productions at a level you wouldn't expect from such a humble venue. The theater has definitely seen better days. I'm of the mindset to say that the aged look adds character, but the one major problem is the floors. While watching a wonderful production, I'll often here people walking up and down the hallway to get to the bathroom. I think it's old wooden flooring that definitely drew my attention a few times. Given that shows here are usually sold at a major discount compared to bigger theaters, I'd still rather spend my money here than other venues. It's smaller so almost every seat has a great view of the stage.

May 12, 2018
I cannot stress this enough- unless you are an acrobat, DO NOT PURCHASE BALCONY SEATS!! The view from the centre balcony is great, BUT the seats are church pews, they are extremely uncomfortable, so much so that I spent more time shuffling and squishing myself in half to not cuddle a perfect stranger next to me as they squish 5 people to each pew, instead of enjoying a show that would have been incredible had I bought floor seats! The Beauty & The Beast production from what I stayed to see was amazing, the acoustics in the theatre are enticing and capture your attention, and the broadway talent is absolutely unbelievable! It's a must see show- NOT IN BALCONY SEATS! I left at intermission- and I am not a large individual but these seats were cramped and my back is still killing me after an hour and a half in the seat.

Jul 11, 2018
I've watched Beauty and the Beast here. I bought front row seats so I had a great time. The only downside is that you can't eat outside food in there and they only sell snacks so eat before you come.

Aug 7, 2018
Great small theatre. Excellent performance. Sound is good slight seetline at end of rows less good. Check for end of year shows up & coming performers.

Apr 21, 2018
Beauty and the Beast was awesome! Enjoyed it very much! Thumbs up to all. The staff were very accommodating due to our tardiness. The sound was amazing, the make up, costumes were beautiful! It's a must to see!

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