The historic Berkeley Street Theatre is an ideal space for theatre productions, performances, rehearsals, workshops, meetings, cocktail receptions and special events. Built in 1887, it was designed by renowned Toronto architects Walter Strickland and William Symons and is a stunning example of industrial Victorian architecture. Featuring two theatre spaces (working with IATSE 58 and 822), two lobbies, and a rehearsal hall, the complex, previously known as The Gas Works, is sure to impress your patrons, clients, and guests.
Marilyn and Charles Baillie Theatre
Total seats: 244
Total seats: 167
Please Note: Due to the configuration of the building, the Upstairs Theatre is not wheelchair accessible.Learn More
Capacity: 100Learn More
Two rooms plus one fitting room
Industrial steam irons
The wardrobe is a shared space with multiple organizations using the facilities.
A deposit is required to hold rental bookings. For more information, contact:
Assistant Production Manager