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On Friday we went to "The Fiddler on the Roof" staged by Catholic Central Secondary School. This venue was perfect for this production. There isn't a poor seat in the house which was good as it was sold out. It is great that London has...More
Just got home after watching this absolutely amazing show. Based on the Black Donnelly saga with a few alterations it was presented in a rock concert with a totally awesome cast. There were no weak links in any performance. The very basic props and minimal...More
It's been a long time since I've been in the McManus Theatre downstairs at the Grand and it's been made much more flexible. With risers and satisfactory (although not luxurious) chairs, there's not a bad seat in the house for theatre in the round and...More
We had never been to The Grand before, but when we came across tickets for Penelopiad online we bought them and decided to try it out. I am a huge Margaret Atwood fan.
This play was interesting, very professionally done, and had moments of pure...More
Came here with extended family of cousins and aunts and uncles to see the annual Christmas play. It's become a bit of a family tradition. It's a nice theatre most of the seats are a good view. We were right up front, third row it...More
I visited recently to see A Thousand Splendid Suns (which was fantastic). I totally love the vibe of this theatre. It reminds me of a mini version of the Princess of Wales theatre in Toronto. Great spot, centrally located. Just wish parking options were better,...More
The interesting stage design of this play, and a recommendation from a theatre director in Calgary, encouraged me to purchase tickets for the Chariots of Fire play. What an ingenious design - they had the track running through the audience and also had a couple...More