Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto
- Address: 244 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1V8, Canada
- Phone: +1-4168721212
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Theatre, Family And Kids
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Ed Mirvish Theatre
1.28% of people who visit Toronto include Ed Mirvish Theatre in their plan
55.56% of people start their Ed Mirvish Theatre visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Ed Mirvish Theatre
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Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto Reviews
This review is for Bat Out of Hell not the theatre. The production was awesome and the cast belted out the tunes in a way that would make Meatloaf proud. I’ve read the critics reviews and I do not agree with them at all. Probably b/c I don’t go to theatre that often so can’t tell a good production from bad? Anyway, the special effects and the incredible voices from the cast made this a very enjoyable experience. I highly recommend you go while it’s still playing. As for the theatre itself: Kind of fancy for a production like this. Some place more modern would have been better. I’m still on the fence on whether I liked it or not. It’s too ornate for this type of musical.
We went and saw the Bat out of Hell performance and it was fantastic. The theatre is beautiful and the staff was great. All the seats from what I could see would have been a great choice. Liquor prices were reasonable as well as the coat check. Nothing bad to say about our evening.
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. 😊
The staff at Mirvish Theatre provide exceptional service for ticket purchases. They offer highly reasonable ticket prices. They go above and beyond any other service, especially in regards to support for fake ticket purchases and reseller scams. Please make sure you purchase tickets from their website directly. The Mirvish Theatre truly wants to help people effected by online ticket scams.
Went to see a musical with my family. It was great. We were on the upper level and paid 70$/ticket. I noticed the bar stool type of tickets were about 10 rows back from where we were. For a 30$ difference I might try getting those tickets instead and save some money. Great for someone who might need to stand up and move around a bit or who have problems sitting still.