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Seating Maps & 360 Virtual Tours

Each of our theatres - the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, the Ed Mirvish and the CAA - has a unique floor-plan and seating arrangement. To help you locate your seats, find the seats that most interest you, or familiarize yourself with the layout of the auditorium, you may choose a theatre below to see the seating plan of that venue. Don’t forget to check out our 360° view of the theatre!


royal alexandra theatre

Royal Alexandra Theatre

360° View Of The Theatre

VENUE ACCESS SEATING (access seats with the fewest steps)

The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a beautiful heritage venue that was built in 1907. It has no elevator or escalator; to reach the Dress Circle and Balcony levels, one must climb stairs.

Wheelchair seating is available in the orchestra (main floor) only and is accessible directly from the street without any steps. Find out more about accessibility in the Royal Alexandra Theatre.

Princess of Wales Theatre

Princess of Wales Theatre

360° View Of The Theatre

VENUE ACCESS SEATING (access seats with the fewest steps)

The Princess of Wales Theatre features lobby elevators that service all levels of the theatre. Wheelchair and other assisted seating is available in the orchestra, the dress circle and the balcony.

Elevators also service the lower lounge and the parking garage beneath the theatre. Wheelchair ramps to the elevators are located on level P1 & level P4. Note that elevators up from the parking garage exit to the street, beside the main entrance, and not into the theatre itself. Find out more about accessibility in the Princess of Wales Theatre.

Ed Mirvish Theatre exterior

Ed Mirvish Theatre

360° View Of The Theatre

VENUE ACCESS SEATING (access seats with the fewest steps)

The Ed Mirvish is a two-level theatre, with orchestra and mezzanine seating. The orchestra is on the second floor of the building, one storey above street level. There is an elevator/wheelchair lift at the box office entrance, 244 Victoria St., which goes from street to orchestra level. Find out more about accessibility in the Ed Mirvish Theatre.

CAA Theatre

CAA Theatre

360° View Of The Theatre

VENUE ACCESS SEATING (access seats with the fewest steps)

The CAA Theatre features two levels of seating, with an elevator from the lobby to the second level. Please note, however, that the upper level is stepped and raked (angled) and may not be suitable for those with difficulty walking or stair-climbing. Wheelchair seating is available in the orchestra (ground-floor) area only. Find out more about accessibility in the CAA Theatre.