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“Great Venue-all good seating-go to the theatre!”

Toronto Centre for the Arts
Ranked #181 of 529 things to do in Toronto
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Reviewed May 25, 2013

We saw, "I Love you,Your Perfect, Now Change" at The Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Very good play!! Well worth your time.
The cast is talented and entertaining.
Catch it before it is over on June 6th, 2013.
Intimate venue, all good seats.

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Reviewed February 21, 2013

Went to Legends of China show on Feb 9, 2013. An amazing show of traditional Chinese instruments apart from the cellos, arranged with both western and Chinese orchestration. The facility is excellent, great acoustics and views were excellent with easy access in and out of the theatre, Underground parking is available at reasonable rates $6 compared to downtown Toronto which can cost up to $25 for a show. Snacks could have healthier choices - like fresh baked cookies , fruit, cheese and crackers. The washroom directions could be improves as my daughters and wife got caught in the very long line in the washroom by the bar. Initially we did not know there was another washroom around the corner. Ventilation could also be improved. close to alot of restaurants. Easy access off the 401.

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Reviewed December 28, 2012

The accoustics of the small concert hall would make even me sound like a professional pianist. And any seat is a good seat for sight & sound.

The Main Theatre stages large production shows. The seating is pretty good. However, there are some seats on the side aisles where the stage is half-blocked by someone in the row in front of you. When buying tickets, don't choose by price...ask at the Box Office about the site lines. The prices are less expensive here than at the downtown theatres.

The small theatre haas "bleacher'-type seating & usually mounts small or experimental shows.

Overall, it is a beautiful venue with lots of georgeous, clean washrooms; an elevator to the second floor; you can actually buy a drink, coffee or ice cream & have time to eat it before intermission is over.

The Theatre is easily accessible from the downtown by subway to the North York City Centre on the Yonge line. However, if you have a car, there is an indoor car park in the next building & outdoor parking on the street behind the theatre (Beecroft).

The theatre is totally wheelchair accessible.

There are many nice eateries in the area from fast food to mid-range reastaurants. This strip of Yonge St., north of Sheppard Ave, has become the "new downtown".......with many expensive condos in the area.

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Reviewed December 11, 2012

Toronto Centre of Arts is for the Artist in you and others. Beautiful place to visit and see all about the history of arts. I enjoyed my visit there with my friends. Lots to see and do. You need at least 2 hours there to appreciate everything.

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Reviewed August 7, 2012

We are so sorry that Dancap will no longer be producing live theatre. We have enjoyed most shows that we have seen including Million Dollar Quartet. Dancap's customer service is so superior to Mirvish.

We loved the music in this show. We had actually visited Sun Records last year and saw the photo that memorializes this gathering. The story line isn't the most complex but the actors do a fine job of depicting the four talents.

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