Comfort Hotel Downtown
15 Charles St. E.
Toronto, ON M4Y 1S1
Phone: (416) 924-1222
Fax: (416) 927-1369
Located on Yonge Street which is home to a number of theaters, The Panasonic has had its name changed quite a few times but still has the same charm. This state of the art concert and theater has been home to a number of traveling acts who come to this great city to entertain crowds. Its convenient location makes its a good option to catch a show after dining or shopping. Parking is easily available too and it has a capacity of around 700 odd people.
Cineplex Odeon Varsity and VIP Cinemas promises a great movie-going experience. Take your pick from twelve screens. For a good time, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Private screenings are also possible. For party room rentals, show times, ticket prices, concessions, and bookings call or check the website.
The Brennan Hall Complex is at the University of St. Michael's College, which in turn is a federated college in the University of Toronto. The University offers many event spaces based on the requirements of various events and event related functions. The Sorbara Auditorium is part of this whole venue package and is a clean neat and attractive place. All these venues are pleasing to the eye and extremely versatile for business related presentations, meetings and conferences. The Brennan Hall Lounge is a cozy and relaxed atmosphere for your receptions and meetings.
Being housed in the historic Somerset House does not deter Wellesley Fox & Fiddle from embracing noveau concepts. Rather this pub offers a perfect blend of old world charm and new age trendiness. With 13 beer varieties to choose from, beer lovers will have no complaints; it also serves excellent food that is much better in taste and flavor than your regular pub fare. However, highlight of this place being its heated patio that is the best spot especially during winters. You can sit here and catch the latest sports matches on the large screen. And, before you tag it as a sports pub rethink! It has its own karaoke sessions, DJ parties and so forth. For event updates and other details, check website.
Contemporary architecture, an elegant facade and high-tech equipments.; Isabel Bader Theater has it all. Located within University of Toronto, this venue is known to host a mix of varied events, right from concerts to seminars for students. Marvelous acoustics that include special arrangements for the hearing impaired and a seating capacity of around 500, enables this venue to entertain a decently large crowd. Highly adaptable in terms of logistics, this theater proves to be multi-purpose in every sense.
Cumberland Four Alliance Cinemas, located within the Yorkville district, one of Toronto's most exclusive enclaves, is surrounded by stylish shops, restaurants and trendy clubs. A vital component within the Alliance-Atlantis cinema chain, this particular locale is a prime spot for stargazing when the Toronto International Film Festival comes to town each year. Many Festival screenings take place within.
Not only is this company one of the best-known gay and lesbian troupes in the world, but it has carved a vital and influential place for itself among Canada's theater organizations. Located just east of Yonge Street amid Toronto's Gay Village, the Buddies In Bad Times Theatre thrives by presenting cutting-edge and often controversial productions from Canadian playwrights. The theater features various plays and theatricals known for their eccentric nature.
The Heliconian Hall exudes a Victorian charm and a laid-back elegance. This concert hall at the Toronto Heliconian Club boasts of beautiful rose windows, vaulted ceilings and intricately decorated entrances. It can house a decent crowd, and is used for music concerts, dramatics and other performing arts. The grand piano at the hall is truly a delightful sight. Impeccable lighting and flawless acoustics, make any event at the Heliconian Hall a delight to watch. Occasionally, corporate functions are also held here. Call for more information.
Situated in the Royal Ontario Museum, this theater's state-of-the-art setup is hired for various plays, live performances, lectures and other museum-related events. For further details on the upcoming events at the theater, check the website.
Housed within the Edward Johnson Building of the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto. The state-of-the-art 490 seat auditorium is one of the finest venues in the city staging recitals, lectures and other such musical events.
The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto has several options when it comes to venues for events. One of them, the Regency Ballroom, is a large space with grand interiors. It can be divided into East, West and Center sections, which can be clubbed in different combinations according to specific needs. The decor consists of a sparkling chandelier and elegant wood paneling. The entire ballroom can accommodate up to 500 persons, making it ideal for large conventions.
Royal Ontario Museum incorporates a unique mix of galleries to present art, archaeological objects and scientific specimens. The museum, which sees more than a million visitors annually, houses a collection of over six million objects on three floors. This is the only place in Toronto where you can enjoy unraveling the mysteries of the Egyptian mummies, watch and hear an active beehive and view inspiring artwork from many different countries. Upon leaving this museum, you will take along plenty of unique experiences.