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Queen Elizabeth Theatre

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190 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 3C3, Canada
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Jul 31, 2018
Went to see a concert for the first time at this venue. It was small enough to have a great view from any seat. But, I found that at least 30% of the toilets were out of service so the lineup for the ladies was constant and all the way up the stairs even before the concert began. I would go there again but I would hope that they would ensure better maintenance during an event.

Jul 26, 2018
A cozy place to see a concert. Erasure was amazing (as they always are) and this size venue was a great experience. The staff working in the venue were friendly and efficient.

Jul 26, 2018
Older style theatre. Comfortable seats and good accoutics. Has an old world charm with a warmth and intimacy lacking in more modern venues.

Jun 26, 2018
Location is pretty good. They need to revamp it a bit. Seats are really old and feels like they are made for 12 year olds. Not much big in length from stage so if you choose third row from top boy you are saving money and same viewing angle as other prime seats.

May 13, 2018
I've been to this large approx. 1500 seat venue a few times the last two years. Before then I didn't know it existed. It is slightly dated, but is a pretty grand venue. A great place for a comedy show.

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