Roy Thomson Hall
The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall is a not-for-profit charitable organization operating two of Canada’s premier concert halls.
Roy Thomson Hall is a concert hall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located downtown in the city's entertainment district, it is home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Opened in 1982, its circular architectural design exhibits a sloping and curvilinear glass exterior.
Home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Less than 2km away, it’s just a short car ride away
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“A Mirvish theatre opened in 1993, this King Street behemoth boasts 2,000 plush red seats and intricate molding decorating the balconies. American Express cardholders get an express line in the basement lounge, and special facilities are provided for the hearing impaired.”
“The TIFF Lightbox... pretty cool building. Theaters are nice but they also have a portion of the building that's free to access that talks about the building of the TIFF building and history of TIFF. It's pretty neat... if you're into free history stuff.”
“Built in 1907 and outfitted with nearly 1,500 seats, this historical gem near King and Simcoe is the oldest continuously operating theatre in North America. Performances take place on a classic proscenium stage, and there are two levels of balconies.”
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