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Robert Gill Theatre

Robert Gill Theatre

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214 College St, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2Z9, Canada
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Aug 11, 2018
This theatre is above the University of Toronto bookstore. The entrance is located at the corner of St. George and College St. From what I'm told, this theatre is used exclusively by drama graduate students. It seats about 200 people and no food or drinks are allowed inside the theatre. It was built in the early 90's and is quite modern. I was there for a couple performances during the Fringe festival and found the place quite cozy. Finding the place was a challenge as it caters more to the students rather than to the general public.

Jul 19, 2018
Comfortable seating.Good view of the stage from anywhere.i just saw a Fringe festival show." melcolm Melvin" Brilliant

Aug 15, 2018
Best Opera for the price amazing up and coming performers and you can see perfect from any seat

Apr 23, 2018
Amazing place to perform! Love it

Aug 17, 2018

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