Princess Of Wales Theatre

300 King St. W (at John St.), Toronto ON M5V 1J2, Canada
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  • Today
    • 6:00 PM–10:00 PM
  • Fri
    • 5:00 PM–10:00 PM
  • Sat
    • Noon–4:00 PM
    • 6:00 PM–10:00 PM
  • Sun
    • Noon–10:00 PM
  • Mon–Tue
    • 6:00 PM–10:00 PM
  • Wed
    • 1:00 PM–2:00 PM
    • 6:00 PM–10:00 PM
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  • National Post

    The catty bitchiness of Priscilla Queen of the Desert comes to Toronto, as a musical. There will be expensive feathers, sparkles and extravagant headdresses. Oct. 12-Jan 1. http://natpo.st/d7Fora Read more

    National Post · September 7, 2010
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  • National Post

    It takes an army to make The Lion King roar: "I don’t remember the last time we did the show and people weren’t on their feet before the curtain call." To June 12. Read more: Read more

    National Post · April 18, 2011
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  • Canadas Walk of Fame

    While you are at the Princess of Wales Theatre, why not take a stroll along the sidewalk outside to see Canada's Walk of Fame.

    Canadas Walk of Fame · September 1, 2011
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  • Jason C.

    Hit up the washroom before the show. The lineup at intermission is insane.

    Jason Chenier · December 14, 2013
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  • Joe P.

    The murals within the theatre reflect the items found on the site prior to the buildings construction. At the time it would be the only theatre in Canada large enough to land a helicopter on its stage

    Joe Pagnan · February 17, 2012
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  • Marina S.

    Beautiful theatre, huge capacity, great sound, and view!

    Marina Stathopoulos · September 10, 2013
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  • King Blue Condos

    It was “one of Toronto’s most popular theatres for more than 40 years and was almost destroyed by fire in 1915, reopened in 1917.” It declined in use and the building had to be torn down in 1931. Read more

    King Blue Condos · September 12, 2012
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  • King Blue Condos

    The 2,000-seat theatre, with its three levels of seating, is surprisingly intimate with none of the seats being more than 85 feet from the stage. Read more

    King Blue Condos · September 12, 2012
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  • Jamillah R.

    They sell popcorn!

    Jamillah Ross · January 5, 2012
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  • Marcel C.

    The cheapest tickets aren't too far from the stage

    Marcel Caiado · December 11, 2010
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  • Concert P.

    If you have time this holiday season Blades On Stage is worth a sit in.

    Concert Photog · December 28, 2014
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  • Marika T.

    Excellent, view from back of first balcony was great ;)

    Marika T · January 24, 2014
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  • Nicholas D.

    Always pre order drinks

    Nicholas Dee · December 31, 2013
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  • Stefon J.

    Beautiful looking theatre

    Stefon Jackman · September 9, 2013
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  • Clarissa J.

    Narrow seats :(

    Clarissa Jordao · July 21, 2013
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  • Kevin S.

    Sat at the very back in the balcony (as far as you can be) and still saw and enjoyed everything

    Kevin Seguin · May 27, 2013
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  • Mackenzie S.

    use the washrooms!

    Mackenzie Smith · September 26, 2012
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  • King Blue Condos

    While it may not have the same history, the Princess of Wales Theatre opened 1993, has its own cache and significance. It is the first privately owned and financed theatre built in Canada since 1907. Read more

    King Blue Condos · September 12, 2012
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  • David Y.

    If you are seeing a 7:30 show here do not come late. Bad reception by ushers here

    David York · December 22, 2011
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  • The Ritz-Carlton

    Did you know that the paintings at The Princess of Wales Theatre cover 10,000 square feet, adorning the ceiling dome, proscenium arch, walls on 4 levels, and the outside back wall of the fly tower?

    The Ritz-Carlton · September 6, 2011
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  • Tree Bug

    Clue: Its curvilinear exterior design and sloping glass canopy, which is reflective by day and transparent by night, have made this concert hall a Toronto landmark.

    Tree Bug · September 1, 2011
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  • Matt B.

    Preorder admission drinks before the show if you want to get them reasonably quickly during admission!

    Matt Bond · March 19, 2010
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