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Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre

Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre

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189 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 1M4, Canada
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Jun 1, 2019
This is a really cool theatre! Definitely small compared to many I’ve seen. But, it has a grand old charm that makes you feel like you stepped back in time. It’s gorgeous. I thought that the limited size would cause a problem getting a drink before the show but the staff work quite quickly so it wasn’t an issue. If you happen to be able to catch “Come From Away” you won’t regret visiting.

May 17, 2019
Easy to get to on the subway, easy to find. Beautiful old theatre. Not tons of leg room... But comfortable enough. We were seated in the absolute cheapest seats available and we had no problem seeing and hearing. E saw Come From Away and we loved it. The sound was quite crisp and clear. It appears that they occasionally offer "relaxed" shows for people who might struggle with the sensory overload or other restrictive aspects of a traditional show.

Jun 4, 2019
Went to see "Come From Away". Fantastic production. A great feel good show. Superb cast. I highly recommend this show for everyone. Theatre is so beautiful.

Apr 11, 2019
I saw the Ross Petty panto show during the Christmas holidays. This show is always lots of fun. This theatre is very nice with comfortable seats. All seats have a good view of the stage. Lighting could be better throughout the inside hallways. This venue creates a warm, cozy feeling. This place doesnt have their own parking lot, but there are parking lots close by. Check in is quite smooth. The employees use scanning equipment to scan tickets.

May 21, 2019
Old style theatre makes you feel like you stepped back into the glory days of theatre. This is the kind of theatre you feel like you should dress up for. Bathrooms are in the basement and not easily accessed without stairs. There is one freight sized elevator available for those that need it. Site lines of the stage are good. Acoustics were still great in row L (near back if lower level under the balcony). Enjoyable theatre for a show.

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