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Mississauga-Brampton Entertainment Venues information & listings



These are the main venues for Mississauga, Brampton and Peel Regionperformance and entertainment (Mississauga-Brampton Cultural Venues & Theatres maps by area):. FoundLocally provides or links to listings of Mississauga, Brampton and Peel Region entertainment events.

Mississauga

Burnhamthorpe Library Theatre
1350 Burnhamthorpe Road East
416-910-4073
SW corner of Burnhamthorpe Road East & Dixie Road, inside the Burnhamthorpe Branch Library. The Burnhamthorpe Library Theatre is considered Mississauga's "hidden gem," an intimate, 201-seat proscenium theatre. There are 10 rows of seating, with seating divided into three sections by two aisles. Complete with modern technical equipment, two dressing and reception rooms, this accessible, climate-controlled facility is perfect for any performing arts and cultural group producing a live event.

Erindale Theatre
Admin: (905) 569-4739
University of Toronto in Mississauga
3359 Mississauga Rd N.
Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6
Enter Campus in the north entrance at the flashing yellow light. Theatre Parking in LOT #1 and #2 is now $5 The building was formerly a bus garage and science lab. In 1993 it was gutted and renovated to become an intimate black box style theatre with a performance space of 12.19M X 12.19M (40 X 40 feet), with a lighting grid 14 feet off the deck. The space can be configured as desired, and can seat up to 85 audience members in a variety of configurations: thrust, proscenium, alley, in the round, and corner/corner stage & audience setups. Every design assures excellent sightlines and perfect vocal clarity. The farthest seat from the acting area can be no more than 20 feet.

It is home base for Theatre Erindale, and showcases all styles of performance, from light comedy to powerful modern contemporary drama. The theatre is fully wheelchair accessible. As a rental space it has provided a home for children's theatre, comedy, mystery, musicals, dance recitals, solo vocal/piano classical concerts, fashion shows, poetry readings and meeting space.

German Canadian Club Hansa
905-564-0060
6650 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, ON L5W 1N3
The German Canadian Club Hansa was founded in March of 1958 as a meeting place for German speaking people, with the current facilities built in 1973. Air-conditioned seating capacity of 350, with catering service available. This venue is home to many German cultural, musical and theatrical groups.

Malton's International Centre International Centre
905-677-6131
6900 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8
Located 3 minutes from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, and close to the junction of 6 major highways with 5,000 parking spaces and plenty of pulbic transit access. The International Centre has 8 interconnected exhibit halls ranging from 28,000 to 100,000 sq. ft totaling over 500,000 sq. ft. There is a business centre provided by The UPS Store, located on the west side of Hall 6. This facility hosts 2 million visitors a year, and has 58 loading docks and 10 drive-in doors providing easy access for move-in and move-out.

Living Arts Centre (Mississauga)
905-306-6100 Box Office: 905-306-6000 1-888-805-8888
4141 Living Arts Drive
Mississauga ON L5B 4B8
Box Office Hours: Mon to Sat 10 am to 6 pm (Closed Saturdays July & August). Closed Sundays. Open 90 minutes before showtime and 30 minutes after showtime. Administration: Mon-Fri, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm

Opened in 1997 at Mississauga`s City Centre, serving as an important resource for the arts, education and business. Living Arts Centre features over 225,000 square feet of performance venues, studio spaces and exhibition display areas. There are two main performing arts venues: Hammerson Hall and The RBC Theatre as well as the Rogers Theater studio theatre. The Living Arts Centre is the performance outlet for dozens of Mississauga arts organizations and community cultural groups, including the Mississauga Choral Society, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Mississauga International Children`s Festival and 30 Community Organizations.

>> Hammerson Hall
One of the largest theatres in the GTA, seating 1,315 guests, Hammerson Hall is is fully equipped with sound, lighting, and rigging equipment to accommodate all types of functions including community performances, corporate meetings and product launches, film shoots, major touring productions, and gala events. e.

Despite being one of the largest theatres in the GTA, the furthest seat only 125 feet from the stage. Hammerson Hall has excellent sightlines from all three levels and was the 1999 Canada Music Week award winner for best venue under 1,500 seat Seating capicity is 424 in the Balcony, 278 in the Dress Circle, and 613 on the Orchestra Level. The Proscenium 60 ft wide by 38 ft high, and the stage is 50 ft deep by 118 ft wide.

>> RBC Theatre
This stunning theatre space can be used as a performance space, with traditional theatre-style seating for 310 people, or 382 people in theatre “in-the-round”, or for cabaret-type seating for 250 people with in-theatre food and beverage service. Theatre seating can be used for seminars or lectures, Royal Bank Theatre can accommodate up to 310 people. When theatre seats are retracted, the dramatic room can be used for social functions, banquets or weddings for up to 200 guests, With a professional lighting and sound.

Room width: 50’ (15.2m) structural width, Useable stage with 29’ (8.8m)
Stage Depth: 22’ (6.7m), when all the seating is in use
Room height: 40’ (12.2m)


>> Rogers Theater
The smallest of the Centre's three performing venues, this 110-seat theatre is capable of any type of audio, video or film projection, and is wired for interactive video conferencing. Rogers Theatre is ideally suited for small recitals, presentations, business meetings, lectures, and film screenings. The theatre's tiered seating design provides optimal viewing from any seat, and the Galleria space ouytside can provide food and beverage services.

To book a venue for your event contact: Sally Rideout 905-306-6159 Email: sally.rideout@livingarts.on.ca

Meadowvale South Recreation Centre
905-826-4861
6600 Falconer Drive
Mississauga, ON L5N 1M2


Meadowvale Theatre
Mississauga's Meadowvale Theatre Box Office; 905-615-4720 Fax: 905-615-4721
6315 Montevideo Rd,
Mississauga, ON
(Battleford and Erin Mills Parkway)
Meadowvale Theatre is City of Mississauga's first multi-faceted performing arts facility, a welcoming arts space that inspires and cultivates art-making. Since opening in 1989, audiences and loyal theatre goers have experienced all aspects of the performing arts including music, drama, comedy, dance, and music theatre. Meadowvale Theatre is a 395 seat performing arts facility catering to community, corporate and professional events.

Box Office is open from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday (except on holidays, holiday weekends and seasonal down times). 905-615-4720 ext. 2588

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Mississauga Players Theatre Group
905-823-7100
2133 Royal Windson Dr
Mississauga, ON L5H 1K5
The season runs all year long with the presentation of five full length plays at Burnhamthorpe Library Theatre (201 seats). The Mississauga Players clubhouse is located at Unit #10, 2133 Royal Windsor Drive in Mississauga. This is on the north side of Royal Windsor Drive, just west of Southdown Road, immediately south of the Clarkson GO station south parking lot.

Mississauga Theatre Alliance
905-821-7579
180 Broadway Street
Mississauga, ON L5M 1H9


Stage West Dinner Theatre
5400 Dixie Rd. Mississauga (2 blocks south of 401)
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4T4
Hotel Reservations: 905-238-0159, 1-800-668-9887
Theatre and Hotel/Theatre Reservations : 905-238-0042, 1-800-263-0684
This dinner theatre has tiered seating with tables numbered from 1 to 265 (number 5 is front & centre). Ticket prices run from $60 to $100 depending on weekday and performance time, with Wednesday matinee and Sunday Brunch the cheapest.

Brampton-Bramalea

Bramalea Little Theatre
905-458-5252
1100 Central Park Drive, Brampton, ON L6S 2C9


Brampton Music Theatre
905-794-6068
1100 Central Park Drive, Brampton, ON L6S 2C9


Cyril Clark Library Lecture Hall
Box Office (905) 874-2800
20 Loafers Lake Lane
Brampton, Ontario, L6Z 1X9
Located in the Heart Lake area of Northwest Brampton across from the Loafer's Lake Recreation Centre, near the intersections of Sandalwood Parkway and Conestoga Boulevard. The Cyril Clark Library Lecture Hall has 189 seats, and is a popular venue for productions by local community groups and music schools. The venue enjoys a very busy season from late September to early May, with more limited usage through the summer months.

Heritage Theatre
905-874-2844
86 Main Street North
Brampton, ON L6V 1N7
The Heritage Theatre located in downtown Brampton holds 550 seats and is the performance venue for many local theatre and musical groups. This old Grand Dame of Brampton's theatre scene is being superceded by the new Rose Theatre.

Lester B. Pearson Theatre
Box Office (905) 793-4600
150 Central Park Drive
Brampton, Ontario, L6T 2T9
Located in Bramalea, across from the Bramalea City Centre Mall, and inside the Bramalea Civic Centre Building. The theatre holds 470 seats, and is the home of many community groups and dance schools. The venue enjoys a very busy season of theatre performances from late September to early May, with dance recitals and drama camps being held in the theatre through the summer months.

Peel Panto Players-Live Theatre
905-791-7478
1100 Central Park Drive, Brampton, ON L6S 2C9
Peel Panto Players was established in 1974 to perpetuate British style panto in Brampton and the surrounding areas. It was an immediate success. The panto runs at the Lester B. Pearson Theatre the last weekend in November and the first weekend in December. Initially, seating was on a first come first served basis and there were always long line-ups for the show. In 1999, reserved seating was introduced.

Rose Theatre Brampton
905-793-4600
Box Office:905-874-2800
Corner of Main St. & Queen St. E.
This new performing arts centre incorporates the most technological advances in stage and sound, in a 64,000-square-foot building features a tall copper-domed rotunda entrance. The 2006/7 inaugural season showcases world class performing & musical acts.

The Main Hall is an 880-seat proscenium theatre with a full fly tower with 40 line sets and a 90 ft. x 45 ft. stage area with a 40 ft. x 18 ft. proscenium opening. The Studio Theatre is a multi function venue perfect for cabaret style performances seating up to 130, or traditional theatre style seating 160. It is an ideal venue for receptions, corporate events, rehearsals or general assemblies.

St John Fisher Auditorium
905-793-8002
300 Balmoral Drive
Brampton, ON L6T 1V6


Other Peel Region

Il Cavaliere Banquet Hall
905-794-0315
4316 Ebenezer, Castlemore, ON L6T 3Y7
This catering facility has been popular for 45 years

Orangeville Agricultural Society
519-942-9597
247090 5 Sideroad Mono RR1, ON
The Orangeville Fairgrounds is located north-east of Orangeville on 5 Sideroad, Mono Township, just off Hockley Road, approx. 2.5 km east of Highway 10. The Orangeville Agricultural Society building is a purpose-built facility with over 60,000 square feet of exhibition space, located in a beautiful rural setting just 30 minutes north of Toronto's Lester B. Pearson Airport. With 20' ceiling clearance, drive-in loading doors, flexible power supply and ample lighting, setting up an exhibition has never been more convenient. Portable grandstand seating is available to accommodate any number of show spectators, and exhibitors can even take advantage of full comfort facilities, including showers.

Toronto Congress Centre
416-245-5000
650 Dixon Road
Etobicoke, ON M9W 1J1
Easy access from Toronto area's major highways 403, 407, 409, 410 and 427 to the 6,000 on-site parking spots. This 500,000 sq. ft. facility is expanding to 1 million sq ft and offers a five-star European-style service. Choose from a combination of exhibit halls, banquet facilities and 33 state-of-the-art meeting rooms covering over 60,000 square feet, all with high speed internet access (T1, T3 and OC3). 20-truck-level loading docks are covered, heated, and trailer-lit with automatic dock-levellers, plus several drive-in accesses into each of the exhibit halls.

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