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  • 1. Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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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