Ed Mirvish Theatre
- Address: 244 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1V8, Canada
- Phone: +1-4168721212
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Theatre, Family And Kids
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.
- Accessible for disabled.
- 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.
- 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.
- Subway 1; Streetcar 505; Buses 97, 320 stop Dundas.
- Drive to here.
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Thoughtfully designed for the comfort of its guests from well cushioned chairs and ample rest room facilities to polite and helpful staff. The prices at the snack bar are on the high end of reasonable, but certainly not gouging. For example a box of popcorn is $4.50 and a bottle of water is $3. The entire facility is well maintained and sparkling clean. Overall a very pleasant experience. Oh and the play was quite enjoyable too.
We saw Wicked and it was.... well.... wicked. My wife was waiting 8 years for it to come back and we weren't disappointed. The theater is large but you have a great view from wherever you are. It's a clean theater that leaves you feeling good. The only problem was the woman's washroom during intermission. The lineup was ridiculously long but it's hard to fix that. Overall it was a great experience and it's definitely worth going. Lots of places to go around the theater as well, including The Eaton's Centre.
Classic theater setting, downtown, central to all transit with quality shows. We went midweek, midday, so parking at Green P right at the corner was easy and a short walk over to the Theatre. Had the mezzanine seats, central position, view was very good. Beautiful classic theater. Take a moment to enjoy the interior decorations and style. It is downtown Toronto, so space is at a premium. I dont recall there being a lounge or such, there is a bar and concession stand. Next time I'll arrive a bit early to get a glass of something and take a moment to unwind with my better half, before the show starts. Bottom line: nice atmosphere, take a moment to enjoy the place and be entertained by the talent.
Other than the seating being a bit tight I love this venue. With it being a small venue no matter where you sit you still get a good view of whatever musical you're seeing. In the last few years I've seen The Jersey Boys & now Bat Out Of Hell and will be back next year to see Jukebox Hero along with The Jersey Boys a third time. I did notice there was no bank machines of any kind and there was no debit at the merchandise stand. Besides that it's definitely a great experience.
Saw the bat out of hell musical here, loved the show! The venues great, has a couple bars to get drinks from but could had a bit of a line as you can imagine, not a ridiculous wait though. Great time!