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CULTUR&E
HERITAGE
GRANDTHEATRE
& MCMANUS THEATRE
471 RICHMOND ST.
The Grand Theatre, a community hub of creativity, culture, and imagination, stages award- winning work from around the world and Canada under Artistic Director, Dennis Garnhum and Executive Director Deb Harvey. This stunning historic theatre, with one of the last remaining proscenium arches in Canada, features two stages, the Spriet Stage (839 seats) and the McManus Stage (144 seats).
The Grand Theatre season runs from September to May.
> grandtheatre.com • 519-672-8800
ORIGINAL KIDS 2
THEATRE COMPANY
130 KING ST.,
COVENT GARDEN MARKET Original Kids Theatre Company enriches and celebrates the lives of young people through the arts. > originalkids.ca • 519-679-8989
Originally built in 1929 as a silent movie theatre, the Palace has been lovingly restored to its Art Deco elegance. Today, the Palace Theatre is home to the London Community Players (LCP), and London Youth Theatre Education (LYTE). There is a Main Stage theatre which seats 350, and
a small Black Box theatre
which seats 70.
> palacetheatre.ca • 519-432-1029
PAUL DAVENPORT THEATR4E WESTERN UNIVERSITY, TALBOT COLLEGE
From Wind Ensemble concerts, to the summer home of the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and performances given by dance troops galore. > music.uwo.ca 519-661-3767 or 519-661-3019
TAP CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY
7
THEATRE
1 PALACETHEATRE 3 710 DUNDAS ST. E.
1 1
78 TOURISM LONDON LONDONTOURISM.CA
4
203 DUNDAS ST.
TAP (previously known as
“The ARTS Project”) is at the centre of creativity in London, supporting emerging theatre, visual and performance artists. With a gallery, black-box theatre, studios and multi-use workshop spaces, our doors are open for artists and the public to overlap, participate and experience how creativity can transform and enrich us and our community.
> tapcreativity.org • 519-642-2767
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WOLF PERFORMANCE HALL 5 251 DUNDAS ST.
The Wolf is a beautiful 370 seat state-of- the-art theatre ideal for both performances and meetings. Each of the Wolf’s seats are also equipped with a lecture tablet for added convenience. The Wolf is fully accessible and o ers excellent sightlines and impressive acoustics for audiences and presenters.
> wolfperformancehall.ca & > lpl.ca • 519-661-5120


































































































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