Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver

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Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number

Address: 650 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5N6, Canada

Phone: +1-6046653050

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 12:01 am - 12:00 am Details

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Named after Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is one of the best places to see live plays, ballet, and orchestral performances. The place hosts musical events all year round in its Auditorium and Playhouse Theatre.

The theatre can seat 2765 people at a time and is designed to satisfy the acoustical needs of Opera, Broadway and live music. Do catch a live show here when in Vancouver to experience the magic of the place.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre Ticket Prices

  • For ticket prices of upcoming shows, visit the official website.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre Opening and Closing Hours

  • For timings of upcoming shows, visit the official website.

How To reach Queen Elizabeth Theatre by Public Transport

  • By Bus: WB Dunsmuir St FS Cambie street
  • By Skytrain: Stadium-Chinatown Station
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.

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  • Rows A-D are in front of row 1. I do not recommend these seats. Row D was same premium price as Row 1 and up, but too close to stage and hard to see above heads 3 rows in front of us. Go for rows 6-15, Orchestra Center, for great seats. Don't go for lower rows, and especially not for the lettered A-D rows as they are not permanent seats and therefore are somewhat unstable and rock when person next to you shifts in their seat. The end seats near Orchestra Left and Orchestra Right at stage front are closest to speakers, fyi.

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  • This is an amazing theatre and I don't think there is a bad seat in the place. I've sat in the orchestra as well as the balcony. Depending on ticket prices and how bad you need to be close to the people on stage, you can safely sit anywhere and have great sound. I'd go to this venue again.

  • These people were wonderful. I had injured myself between the time I bought my tickets and the concert. They certainly did not have to, but they helped accommodate my injury by changing our tickets. The venue is beautiful and warm with excellent sight lines from the mezzanine.

  • to-do sound for decades. weird staff. comfortable seating. only go here if you can't go anywhere else. pricey drinks.

  • Wonderful stage, that tends to lead to vivid sets. Good seats even in the balcony. Women's washroom backs up during intermission. You'll want to use the ground floor washroom if you want to make it back before your show starts again

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