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  • 1. Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre

    Dundas Square Area | Theater

    This jewel in the crown of the Toronto arts scene consists of two former vaudeville halls, built in 1913, one on top of the other. It is the...Read More

  • 2. Koerner Hall

    Yorkville | Music

    Artists and audiences quickly fell in love with this handsome 1,135-seat concert hall with rich acoustics and undulating wood "strings" floating...Read More

  • 3. Massey Hall

    Dundas Square Area | Concerts

    Near-perfect acoustics and handsome, U-shape tiers have made Massey Hall a great place to enjoy music since 1894, when it opened with a performance...Read More

  • 4. Roy Thomson Hall

    Entertainment District | Concerts

    Toronto's premier concert hall, home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), also hosts visiting orchestras, popular entertainers, and Toronto...Read More

  • 5. Soulpepper Theatre Company

    Distillery District | Theater

    Established in 1997 by 12 of Canada's leading theater actors and directors, this repertory theater company produces classic plays year-round...Read More

  • 6. The Music Gallery

    Queen West | Music

    Toronto's go-to spot for experimental music, the self-titled "center for creative music" presents an eclectic selection of avant-garde and...Read More

  • 7. Toronto Dance Theatre

    Greater Toronto | Dance

    The oldest contemporary dance company in the city, TDT has created more than 100 original works since its beginnings in the 1960s, over a third...Read More

  • 8. Air Canada Centre

    Harbourfront | Concerts

    Most arena shows are held here rather than at the larger Rogers Centre due to superior acoustics. Past performances at the 20,000-capacity arena...Read More

  • 9. Buddies in Bad Times

    Church–Wellesley | Theater

    Canada's largest LGBT theater company presents edgy plays and festivals, as well as specialty after-hours events (burlesque, stand-up). Tickets...Read More

  • 10. Canadian Opera Company

    Queen West | Opera

    Founded in 1950, the COC has grown into the largest producer of opera in Canada, and has proven innovative and often daring with presentations...Read More

  • 11. Canadian Stage

    Old Town | Theater

    Canadian- and European-inspired plays that incorporate dance, photography, video, and other media are at the heart of this company's mission...Read More

  • 12. Cineplex Odeon Yonge & Dundas

    Dundas Square Area | Film

    This 24-screen stadium-seated multiplex shows first-run blockbusters, as well as 3D and digital IMAX movies. Once you have your ticket, it's...Read More

  • 13. Ed Mirvish Theatre

    Dundas Square Area | Theater

    This 1920 vaudeville theater has had a chequered history—it was chopped up into six cinemas in the '70s—and has had numerous names over the...Read More

  • 14. Factory Theatre

    Entertainment District | Theater

    This is the country's largest producer of exclusively Canadian plays. Many of the company's shows are world premieres that have gone on to tour...Read More

  • 15. Free Concert Series

    Queen West | Concerts

    Free Concert Series. The Canadian Opera Company's Free Concert Series takes place September through June with music and dance performances...Read More

  • 16. Harbourfront Centre

    Harbourfront | Arts Centers

    Harbourfront Centre. When looking for cultural events in Toronto, always check the schedule at the Harbourfront Centre. A cultural playground...Read More

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  • 17. Harbourfront Centre

    Harbourfront | Dance

    This venue has two theaters for dance and two renowned dance series: Next Steps which runs from September through the spring, and World Stage...Read More

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  • 18. Harbourfront Centre

    Harbourfront | Film

    In July and August, free movies are screened outdoors as part of the Free Flicks program. Documentaries, frequently accompanying summer festivals...Read More

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  • 19. Hart House Theatre

    Queen's Park | Theater

    The main theater space of U of T since 1919, Hart House mounts four emerging-artist and student productions per season (September through April...Read More

  • 20. Hot Docs

    Film Festivals

    Hot Docs. This is North America's largest documentary film festival. Toronto , ON . www.hotdocs.ca . late April . ...Read More

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