Created to host large-scale musical events such as Les Miserables, The Sound of Music and Chicago, this downtown Toronto theatre is located in the center of the city's Entertainment District. With capacity for 2,000, the Princess of Wales Theatre is a state-of-the-art facility that is fully accessible. The theatre also features one of the largest installations of murals, four areas for concessions, and a design inspired by traditional 19th century English theatres.
Depends on event, usually evening and some matinee shows
Depends on event and seat, usually $25-$200
Long-running, large-scale musicals
Experience a famous musical production
Enjoy a glass of wine during intermission
Marvel at the abstract series of murals
Grab a seat in the orchestra, dress circle or balcony
A modern building, the theatre is fully accessible with lobby elevators that service every level, including the lower lounge and parking garage. Wheelchair and assisted seating is available in the orchestra, dress circle and balcony, and there is an infra-red listening system for the hearing impaired.
Food and Drinks
The theatre features four bars and refreshment counters, one on each level. You can buy coffee, wine, beer, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages, along with snacks like cookies, candy and ice cream.
Where can I purchase tickets and see a seat map?
The easiest place to purchase Princess of Wales Theatre tickets and see a seat map is on the venue’s website. You can also visit the theatre’s box office at 300 King Street West.
Is there rental space at the theatre?
Yes, you can rent out the theatre’s auditorium, lobbies or lounges for private events. These venues can accommodate up to 425 guests and come along with the event planning expertise of Mirvish Productions.