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The Princess of Wales Theatre is a 2000-seat playhouse built by the father and son producing team of David and Ed Mirvish, just a block away from their historic Royal Alexandra Theatre. The Princess of Wales is the first privately owned and financed...more
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The Princess of Wales Theater is a lovely historic theater in beautiful condition. You are allowed to take drinks to your seat which is very civilized. There should be a better way of selling concessions during the intermission rather than a 10 minute line up...More
Highly. Highly recommend it! We so enjoyed it! It is the story of the temptations! I really didn't think I would enjoy it as much as I did! It was phenomenal!
I would rate it my top 5 if not my too 2 of all...More
Excellent production on the career of The Temptations - energetic, dynamic, fast-moving, great choreography, wonderful songs. Standing ovation from capacity crowd at the end. Well worth seeing - even better than Jersey Boys. Don'y miss it.
Penultimate theatre of the grand old style. We were in Row R and had fantastic view of stage with perfect sound. The entertainers were magnificent and never let down their enthusiasm for a second. The music and choreography were FA!
This production was fabulous. The performers were so talented and energetic ...and seemed to be enjoying themselves too! I could watch this one again (AND AGAIN). Watch out for awful traffic jams around this theater though. Not a pleasant way to end a joyful experience.
Downtown West is home to Toronto's gorgeous Inner Harbor, and is a must-visit for lovers of art and the outdoors. The area's rich cultural heritage is celebrated by a number of monuments and museums, giving the neighborhood a mature feel. As a premier destination for modern art, people here stroll through the cool contemporary pieces at the Power Plant, enjoy the outdoor installations along Queen's Quay and Canoe
Landing, and picnic among the zany designs of the Toronto Music Garden. The waterfront itself is often suffused with bikers and joggers, and the harbor is always packed with classic ships with masts raised. The vintage boats and ferries to the Toronto Islands make for a charming contrast against Downtown West's backdrop of skyscrapers, condos, and food trucks serving up hot, fresh fare to locals on the go. The area has a peaceful energy, and is popular with tourists and Torontonians alike.
Response from Z1854TEgeorgeh | Reviewed this property |
If you're in Row AAA, you have an unobstructed view of the stage and the actors on it. If you want to feel as a spectator that you're a part of the performance, this is as close as you'll get. I loved being able to see the... More
If you're in Row AAA, you have an unobstructed view of the stage and the actors on it. If you want to feel as a spectator that you're a part of the performance, this is as close as you'll get. I loved being able to see the actors' expressions up close; but you may have to turn your head on occasion if they move to the back of the stage or over to a far side. Once you've been this close to the stage, it's not easy to occupy seats further back in the auditorium.......
Response from Christine L | Reviewed this property |
The third tier, if you can get seats at the front of it shouldn't be too bad, but I think it might also depend on the interest in the show as well as their ages. I generally sit in the first couple of rows in the second... More
The third tier, if you can get seats at the front of it shouldn't be too bad, but I think it might also depend on the interest in the show as well as their ages. I generally sit in the first couple of rows in the second tier, and the third tier doesn't seem to be that much further back. If the children are old enough to use them, binoculars might add a bit more fun to the overall experience, for you and them. No matter where you sit , sound is not a problem. You have to walk up to the 2nd and 3rd levels.