Event Venues

145 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2L2

The Hilton Toronto hotel is a sophisticated venue for hosting conferences, grand celebrations, corporate events, small meetings and weddings. With more than 20,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space, including a newly renovated, pillar-less convention venue, the hotel can accommodate groups of 2-2,000. From intimate personal meetings to product launches, this Toronto hotel serves as a stylish backdrop for every occasion. Relax and let the dedicated meeting and event managers plan an event that is sure to make an impression.

Enjoy the hotel’s ambiance, a relaxed yet professional setting, as well as its convenient location. Planners can coordinate social outings at nearby sports arenas, in the vibrant theatre and entertainment district, or the downtown scene after meetings and events.

427 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1X7

Built in the Revived Romanesque style, Trinity-St. Paul’s stone was quarried from the Forks of the Credit River. It is part of the body of work of architect Edmund Burke, whose splendid buildings are so much a part of Toronto’s cityscape. In recognition of its fine architecture which is revolutionary in its democracy, Trinity-St. Paul’s has been designated as a Heritage Building by the Toronto Historical Board. Appreciation for the church’s architectural presence is widespread. In a column in the Toronto Star, Entertainment Editor Kathleen Kenna called Trinity-St. Paul’s “one of the most romantic venues in Toronto.” The sanctuary is built on an ampitheatre or auditorium plan emphasizing acoustics and visibility. This makes it an ideal location for musical performances as well as an enriching setting for worship.

Trinity–St. Paul’s is also the long time home of Canada’s award-winning period instrument orchestra and choir Tafelmusik. In the words of Gramophone magazine, Tafelmusik is “one of the world’s top baroque orchestras.”

273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6

Koerner Hall is a 1,135 seat venue designed in the tradition of the classic “shoebox” venues of Europe, built without compromise and with a mission to provide acoustic perfection for music of all genres.

Classical, jazz, pop, opera, and world music are right at home in Koerner Hall. Its high ceiling and first-rate projection and communication technology make it perfect for films, lectures, and educational or corporate conferences. With its layered ribbon of wood forming a floating ceiling canopy, integrating an acoustic reflector, performance lighting, and technical bridges, Koerner Hall provides a dramatic yet intimate ambience between the audience and performers. The spectacular glass lobbies welcome guests to Koerner Hall and offer an extraordinary view of the city. Koerner Hall can accommodate a capacity of 1135 people.

The following parking lots are within walking distance of Koerner Hall:

  • 9 Bedford Road, north of Bloor Street, west of Avenue Road

  • 37 Yorkville Ave, north of Bloor Street, east of Bay Street

  • 148 Cumberland Street, north of Bloor Street, east of Avenue Road

  • Yorkville Avenue and Bellair Street on the northwest corner

50 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1J2

The Mattamy Athletic Centre features an NHL sized rink on the third floor of our facility, a second level multi-purpose court, a fourth level lounge overlooking the ice, and a third level lounge overlooking the court. Additionally, we offer several multipurpose meeting rooms, a state of the art fitness centre on our second level with an ajoining cafe, and fourth level concourse space.

As a recognized Ontario Heritage Site, Mattamy Athletic Centre has transformed into an impressively advanced athletic facility while preserving the treasures of its past; A winning combination of cherished history, and cutting edge innovation.

In addition to being the home of the Ryerson Rams, the Mattamy Athletic Centre is a 220,000 square foot sports and entertainment facility that can accommodate a wide range of special events.

The venue can play host to up to 2,300 patrons for sporting events such as hockey, basketball, lacrosse, ball hockey, and curling, and can accommodate up to 3,000 people for larger events depending on the required set up.

Bluma Appel Theatre

27 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B4

With 868 seats and a classic proscenium stage, the Bluma Appel Theatre is the ideal venue for large scale theatrical productions, award or fundraising galas, conferences, corporate meetings or product launches.

The Bluma Appel Theatre can accommodate the most demanding staging requirements as well as broadcast, recording, video conferencing and web casting.

The gorgeous Bluma Appel Theatre is located in the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, and has been home to many of Canada’s finest theatre companies, including Canadian Stage, Soulpepper Theatre and the Canadian Opera Company. Most notably, the theatre presented the world premiere of the Tony award-winning musical “Kiss of the Spiderwoman”.

7 Hart House Circle Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 Canada

Hart House Theatre is often referred to as the cradle of Canadian Theatre. Opening in November of 1919 the Art Deco theatre on the University of Toronto campus quickly became a leader in the Canadian “Little Theatre” movement of the 1920’s and 1930’s. Hart House Theatre cultivated and featured some of the country’s finest actors, directors, playwrights and designers of the pre-World War II era, including Raymond Massey, Dora Mavor Moore, Lloyd Bochner, Lawren Harris, Arthur Lismer, Wayne and Shuster and Merrill Denison.

fter the war, Hart House Theatre, under the direction of Robert Gill, became an extracurricular student theatre and for twenty years turned out a new generation of stage professionals. William Hutt, Don Harron, Kate Reid, David Gardner, Arthur Hiller, Donald Sutherland, Norman Jewison and Lorne Michaels all got their start treading the boards on the Hart House stage.

By the mid 1960’s the theatre joined the world of academia with the creation of the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama. A new generation of students combined dramatic literature with practical theatre experience and learned from and contributed to the vibrant Toronto theatre scene of the 1970’s.

Click here for a pdf table of Hart House Theatre’s production history from 1919 – 1986.

Click here for a pdf table of Hart House Theatre’s production history from 2001 to present day.

Today Hart House Theatre is the focal point for the performing arts at the University of Toronto. With over a thousand students participating each year in its extra-curricular season of drama, dance, music and film, Hart House Theatre continues to influence each new generation of performers, designers and audiences.