An absolutely beautiful theatre. Great views from most seats, wonderful acoustics, plenty of leg room. First Class!
King Street restaurants!! Fabulous theater and great show. Walked before and after the show and did some serious people watching. Parking on the street or in lots close by.
Elevators a major problem at the end of the show. I wish mobile patrons would use the stairs vs tying up the 2 elevators. Ushers great with their help. Les Miserables truly a great show . Strong cast except for Fantine. She smiles thru I Dreamed a Dream- a big NO in my books! But JVJ absolute perfection. So happy... More
We sat 6th row for Les Misérables and it was truly amazing. Ramin Karimloo was such a fantastic Jean Valjean! Everyone was great, and the music gave me chills! If you are in Toronto and looking for a show, SEE THIS!
What a nice venue to see this memorable classic. We were fortunate enough to have orchestra seats in the fourth row, so seeing and hearing was never a problem. The seats are a little harder than I would like, and the restroom facilities are a bit small when there is a full house, but neither would keep me from attending... More
Maybe I'm spoiled by the superb plays at the Stratford (Ontario) Festival and the writing of William Shakespeare but I found the story of Les Miserables was a shallow, paint-by-numbers script. The paper-thin character development and the superficial motives and emotions made me think that Steven Spielberg had written this nonsense. I mean, really; cue the cute kid dying in... More
Excellent show well worth travelling there to see this wonderful production of the Les Mis. The theatre was gorgeous had excellent seats .
Ballet, ballet, ballet. There is nothing quite as nice as taking one's children to the ballet at Christmastime. Whether those children are children themselves or adult children, it is a special event at a very special venue.
Went to see Les Miserables at the Princess of Wales Theatre for the first time (first Les Mis and first at the theatre). I heard rumours that the Mirvish family is trying to sell off this theatre, but I have to say it would be a tragedy. The theatre is beautiful! Keep in mind if you are coming from the... More
We saw the current production of Les Miserables at the Princess of Wales Theatre. The lobby is big enough to wait in before the show so that you are not out in the cold. Even though our seats were in row U, the very last row in the orchestra section, we had little problem seeing the entire stage. Our only... More
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