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Venue Access Guides And Maps

Find your way around our venues with greater ease and confidence. Our seating access guides and building and facility maps will help you locate your seat, toilet facilities, bars, shops and other services within each theatre.


Royal Alexandra Theatre

Royal Alexandra Theatre

Built in 1907, this beautiful heritage building is one of the oldest continuously operating theatres in North America. While most of the building does require stair-access (no elevator or escalator), accessible Orchestra seating, services and barrier-free washroom facilities are available on the main level.

Building and Facility Map Seating Access Guide
Princess Of Wales Theatre

Princess Of Wales Theatre

This state-of-the-art playhouse, opened in 1993, is our most fully accessible venue. Lobby elevators provide access to all levels, with barrier-free washrooms and services available throughout the building and accessible seating on the Orchestra, Dress Circle and Balcony. Elevators, located beside the main entrance, provide access to the parking garage beneath the theatre, with ramps and automated doors on all levels (P1 east & west side; P2, P3, P4 east side) and designated accessible parking spaces (P1).

Building and Facility Map Seating Access Guide
Ed Mirvish Theatre

Ed Mirvish Theatre

This heritage building, which opened in 1920 as a combination vaudeville-motion picture house, just recently celebrated its 100th birthday. Stair access is required for portions of the theatre, however the main lobby, with services and barrier-free washroom facilities, is accessible via the Victoria Street elevator/wheelchair lift. Accessible seating is available on the Orchestra level.

Building and Facility Map Seating Access Guide
CAA Theatre

CAA Theatre

Originally a private residence, built in 1911, this building is now a state-of-the-art live theatre and concert venue. It features a lobby elevator with access to all levels, including barrier-free washroom facilities on the basement and balcony level. Accessible seating and services are available on the Orchestra level, along with limited special access seating on the Balcony.

Building and Facility Map Seating Access Guide