Located in Toronto, Canada, the Ed Mirvish Theatre, formerly called the Pantages Theatre, has been entertaining audiences in Ontario since it opened in 1920. Originally a play and film theatre, the Ed Mirvish Theatre has shown classic films, such as
The Milagro Beanfield War
The Unbearable Lightness of Being
and more. Designed by Thomas W. Lamb, the theatre was one of the biggest and most elegant theatres in Canada. Originally having more than 3,300 seats, the now 2,200-seat theatre has since been remodeled and relaunched since its earlier days of being a play and movie house. Since 1989, the Ed Mirvish Theatre has presented productions like
and many more. The best seating and tickets for Ed Mirvish Theatre events can be found at StubHub.
How do I get to the Ed Mirvish Theatre?
If you are taking the subway, head over to Yonge Street and walk up towards the Ed Mirvish Theatre.
Is there parking available near the Ed Mirvish Theatre?
Yes, there is parking available underneath the Princess of Wales as well as the Hyatt-Regency Toronto.
Are there any restaurants near the Ed Mirvish Theatre?
Yes, there are plenty of restaurants near the Ed Mirvish Theatre. The Kit Kat Bar and Grill, The Sultan's Tent and Cafe Moroc, Quinn's Steakhouse and Irish Bar, The Shore Club and many more. Outside food isn't allowed inside the venue, however, the Ed Mirvish Theatre offers a variety of food and drinks for sale that you may enjoy during performances.
Where can I stay when coming to an Ed Mirvish Theatre event?
Some of the best hotels that are nearby the venue are Fairmont Royal York, Hilton Garden Inn, Bond Place Hotel, Intercontinental Toronto Centre and much more.
Can I rent the Ed Mirvish Theatre out for my wedding reception?
You most certainly can. The Ed Mirvish Theatre events are not only for public showings, but you can also rent the facility to host your family, clients, friends et cetera.
Does the Ed Mirvish Theatre have any events for school children?
Yes, in fact, the shows presented at the Ed Mirish Theatre include ones that are for children of many ages. You may contact the Education Coordinator for help with choosing one of the theatre's educational programs.
Am I allowed to bring my camera inside the Ed Mirvish Theatre?
Cameras or recording devices are not allowed inside of the theater. Not abiding by this rule may result in your pictures being taken and your removal from the theater.
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