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Factory Theatre

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125 Bathurst St, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2R2, Canada
(416) 504-9971 www.factorytheatre.ca
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Jun 27, 2018
All you can ask for in a little community theatre. Great staff and volunteers. Overly reasonable pricing for some seriously killer Canadian theatre. Love this place, Cheers!

Aug 4, 2018
What can i say about the orignal Factory Theatre, located 125 Bathurst St, in the heart of downtown Toronto. I never attended a show here but i have alwasy walked by, looks like a nice place and will go to a show if they have some actors or actrresss that i have seen

Jan 15, 2018
Some of the bold and artsy local theatre happens at the Factory. I am a preview pass holder and it's well-worth the money. The Theatre premieres plays by a wide variety of artists from all backgrounds and ethnicities. You can get a good view from almost any seat. That said, if you want front row or the best seats then visiting the theatre a little early can help since seats are not numbered.

Jul 19, 2018
Amazing theatre lives here.One large theatre & 1 smaller space. I just saw a Fringe play called"Anywhere" Brilliant performance

Jan 27, 2018
200 comfortable seats are in this older building with renovated theatre area. Stage is large and well lit with a decent sound system. Wheelchairs would have limited mobility here, even with a recently installed elevator. Washrooms are clean and adiquate . Easily reached by public transit and only has street parking or public parking lots nearby. Staffed to a great extent by friendly volunteers who demonstrate a personal interest in the theatre. The play I saw recently had surprisingly good actors and actresses and was interesting and very well presented. My wife and I shall surely return to this reasonably priced gem.

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