Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto
Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto - Address, Phone Number
Address: 244 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1V8, Canada
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About Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto
This historic theatre was first opened in 1920 as a mix of a vaudeville and movie theater house. The theater has an interesting history of property transfer which was at times very contentious. Currently it can house about 2300 people. There are three bars or refreshment counters, as well as food carts in the lobbies. Check at the theater website for current and upcoming shows.
Ed Mirvish Theatre Information
- Accessible for disabled.
Ed Mirvish Theatre Ticket Prices
- Showtime are usually at 1:30pm or 7:30pm or thereabouts.
- Depending on seats and times prices may fluctuate between CAD 30 and CAD 200.
Ed Mirvish Theatre Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday 12pm - 8pm
- Wednesday 11am - 8pm
- Thursday and Friday 12pm - 8pm
- Saturday 11am - 8pm
- Sunday 11am - 2pm
Times given here are for the box office, not the show.
How To reach Ed Mirvish Theatre by Public Transport
- Subway 1; Streetcar 505; Buses 97, 320 stop Dundas.
- Drive to here.
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Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto Reviews - Write a Review
We watched Bat Out of Hell at Ed Mirvish Theatre. Seats are comfortable and it’s really very convenient that it was close to the subway. Sound system was great and washrooms are clean and well maintained. It was just weird that they would put your beer in a plastic cup but then you are not allowed to put it on the ledge when there is nowhere else to put it on but the floor which I find silly. Anyway, the experience was great. 😊
This is the best theatre in the downtown core. The seats are comfy and wide and they blow away the King st theatres with those cramped seats. I'm 5'11 215lbs and had zero issues in the mirvish seat with arm space. Oh and I sat in the rear mezzanine row P. Perfect view! Don't worry about seating in the rear mezzanine, you will have a great view. Great slope. Not too steep.. just right.
Traveled 400 km for a Sunday performance of Beautiful - Carole King. The theatre was so gorgeous, just like something you'd see in New York city. Very attentive staff, well stocked/attended beverage counter. The play was one of the best I'd ever seen. Well written, perfectly performed. flawless cast. Story flowed perfectly. Would gladly see it again! Only complaint I had about theatre was it showed its age. Seats were comfortable, nothing looked worn, very clean, shiny; but, restroom was too small. Ten minute wait and long line up. However, with such a classic showpiece, how can you enlarge that facility without destroying some of the character ? You just accept it. By the way, avoid the parking across the street. $25 for two hours is a bit much and they want your keys too. There is half the price parking a couple blocks away. I would go back to this place in a heartbeat. Maybe by then the construction in the area will be completed.
Went to see Bat Out of Hell, it was an awesome show. Theatre is in a great location across from the Eaton centre and just a 15 minute walk from Union Station. It was a sold out show but the coat check and bar services were quick and friendly. Beautiful old Theatre.
Beautiful classic theatre venue. I have seen a few different productions here and have sat as far back as the stools and as close as the third row. There are no obstructed view seats (unless someone really tall is in front of a short person), so all seats can see the entire performance.