Built by the founder of Famous Players Canadian Corporation, the Pantages had a foothold in the movie business before opening its doors. Originally used as a combination vaudeville and motion picture house, it was the largest theater in Canada, as well as one of the most elegant, with 3,373 seats.
After multiple ownership and name changes, the theater experienced major renovations between 1972 and 1989 and received its most recent name. Thus, the Ed Mirvish Theatre was born. Fully restored to highlight the beauty and elegance of its original purpose, live performances such as Stomp, The Audience, and Cabaret appeal to the art and culture crowd. Seat capacity of 2,300 allows for special party planning, corporate events, or simply an unforgettable night on the town.
Unassuming spot offering a sizable menu of traditional Indian-Chinese dishes served... Read more