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Princess Of Wales Theatre

300 King St E
Toronto, ON M5A 1K4

(416) 872-1212

Rating: out of 5 stars (54 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Box Office: 9a-8p M-Sa
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The Princess of Wales Theater, located in the Entertainment District, elegantly combines contemporary and traditional architectural design suitable to host some of the city's finest performances. The 2000-seat showplace was built by the father and son production team of Ed and David Mirvish, Toronto mainstays who have contributed greatly to the entertainment scene in the city. They're also...
by wcitiesca on October 15, 2010 from wcitiesca


such a gem of a theatre: great location (you can easily find a restaurant for pre-show meals) and the most amazing architecture and art work - the shows that come in are awesome
Rated 5 stars by TheProfessor on January 30, 2012
elegant decor: very elegant decor and comfortable theatre with great shows
Rated 4 stars by lucky on September 05, 2010

Editorial Reviews

This spectacular 2,000-seat, state-of-the-art facility was built for the Toronto run of Miss Saigon, with a stage large enough to accommodate the landing of the helicopter in that production. Later, it was home to The Lion King, Hairspray, and the ill-fated stage adaptation of the epic The Lord of the Rings. More recently, it has featured The Sound of Music. Frank Stella, who painted...
Rated 1.75 stars by frommersca on June 17, 2012 from frommersca

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The Princess of Wales Theatre is a new, 2000-seat playhouse built by the father and son producing team of David and Ed Mirvish, who also own and operate Toronto's historic Royal Alexandra Theatre. The Princess of Wales is the first privately owned and financed theatre built in Canada since 1907 - and the first anywhere in North America in over 30 years.
by toronto on January 24, 2010 from toronto
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