What are the policies about children in the Princess of Wales Theatre?
Children under the age of two are not allowed to attend any Princess of Wales Theatre events. Children over the age of two must be able to sit still quietly, and the theatre reserves the right to request that you leave if your child is creating a disturbance. Also, any children who do attend must have their own seats even if they sit in an adult's lap. Also, some shows might require that children must be older than two years.
What happens if you're late to a show?
Any latecomers will not be allowed into the show until there is a scheduled break, such as an intermission. If there isn't an intermission, the latecomer will not be admitted to the show. There are no refunds to latecomers, so Princess of Wales Theatre suggests that guests arrive 30 minutes before the start of shows. If you leave during the middle of a performance, you will not be reseated until a scheduled break.
What food options are allowed at Princess of Wales Theatre events?
You can purchase snacks at the theatre, and they can be consumed in the auditorium. Food brought from outside of the theatre is not permitted, however.
What ADA accommodations are available?
Princess of Wales Theatre has wheelchair-accessible seating. The theatre also has an infra-red listening system for the hearing impaired. People who need this option should reserve a headset ahead of time by calling the box office. There are also some performances that offer closed captioning.
What are some nearby restaurants?
There are several casual to high-end restaurants in the area, including steakhouses, pubs and white tablecloth restaurants. Some of these include Canyon Creek Restaurant, TOCA, Il Fornello Restaurant, Kit Kat Bar and Grill, The Shore Club, Fox and Fiddle and many others.
What hotel accommodations are in the area?
Two nearby hotels include Sheraton Centre Toronto and Westin Harbour Castle.Back to Top
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