Get to the top of the directory by claiming your business!
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

Claim Business
4.7 Google Review
145 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 4G1, Canada
(416) 363-8231 www.coc.ca
Read our review guideline

Write a Review

Loading…

Write a review
Be the first to write a review.

Google Reviews

Refresh Reviews 4.7


Apr 16, 2018
Beautiful and aesthetic place with great performances! I went to see Nightingale last week and enjoyed it. The staff are very professional and nice. There’s a direct entrance to the centre from Osgoode Station. Pro tip: You should know some seats with adjacent numbers aren’t beside each other: seats on the sides of the rings are in front of each other. Remember this if you’re going on a date :P Check the detailed seating map.

Jul 3, 2018
We love to go here for the ballet and to people watch. The women especially dress for the occasion. The glassed-in lobby/foyer are stunning.

May 15, 2018
Beautiful space. Very refreshing and natural design. The opera was great and everything is so well done. Staff are very friendly too. I must say I have been here twice so far and have seen 3 people fall up the stairs - so if you're a klutz take the elevator, just a warning!

Apr 29, 2018
Beautiful building and excellent place to see an opera. We attended the dress rehearsal for Donizettis "Anna Bolena". It may as well have been a feature performance. Sight lines vary by seat, I'm sure, but it seems they've done an excellent job of planning to minimize any potential issues. The translations seem visible from everywhere as is the front of stage. The acoustics are tremendous. Absolutely will be returning.

Jun 11, 2018
Gorgeous performance hall with beautiful minimalistic modern architecture. This hall is conveniently located and boasts a lot of natural light, ample parking and staff with great service and guidance.

INDUSTRY BLOGS

The Science of H2O: Why Water Matters in Whisky Production

#whiskey #smithville

Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink? Not so in whisky production! Here's a playful dive into the scientific significance of water in crafting the spirit we all adore. Ready...

Smithville Whiskey

Prohibition and the Transformation of Women's Social Status and Behavior in the 1920s

#whiskey #smithville

The 1920s, often referred to as the "Roaring Twenties," were a time of significant social and cultural change in the United States, particularly for women. One major element of...

Smithville Whiskey

The Chemistry of Whiskey Aging: Impact on Taste and Quality

#whiskey #smithville

Aging is a critical stage in whiskey production. The choice of cask, the length of maturation, and the aging environment all influence the spirit's final character. But what are...

Smithville Whiskey

Famous Women and the Repeal of Prohibition: Evolving Perspectives

#whiskey #smithville

While women were instrumental in initiating the Prohibition era, they also played a significant role in its repeal. The societal and cultural shifts during the 1920s and early...

Smithville Whiskey

A Spirited History: The Role of Whisky During American Prohibition

#whiskey #smithville

Whisky lovers, get ready for a journey into the past, as today, we're delving into the intriguing role whisky played during one of the most dramatic periods in American history...

Smithville Whiskey

Whiskeys of the World: Types and Distinctions

#whiskey #smithville

Whiskey, a beverage enjoyed globally, varies considerably in its characteristics, production methods, and styles. Different countries and regions have their unique whiskey styles...

Smithville Whiskey

Bourbon: The Quintessential American Whisky with a Unique Twist

#whiskey #smithville

Hey there, whisky enthusiasts! Today, we're going to delve into a topic that's as smooth as a top-shelf dram – the unique character of bourbon whisky. Now, if you're new to the...

Smithville Whiskey

Female Bootleggers of Prohibition: Stories of Defiance

#whiskey #smithville

Prohibition, the legal enforcement banning alcohol sale and consumption in the United States from 1920 to 1933, was a unique period that saw a rise in illegal activities designed...

Smithville Whiskey


Own this business?

Claim Your Business
• Update your photo and information
• Get notified when reviews are posted
• Respond and manage your reviews
• Select badges and keywords

Opening Hours

Mon:11 am - 6 pm
Tue:11 am - 6 pm
Wed:11 am - 6 pm
Thu:11 am - 6 pm
Fri:11 am - 6 pm
Sat:11 am - 4 pm

Theater Near Me

IATSE

IATSE

Toronto
Toronto Home Theater

Toronto Home Theater

401 Bay St #1600, Toronto
Royal Alexandra Theatre

Royal Alexandra Theatre

260 King St W, Toronto
TicketKing/Mirvish

TicketKing/Mirvish

284 King St W #300, Toronto
Scotiabank Theatre Toronto

Scotiabank Theatre Toronto

259 Richmond St W, Toronto