Baillie Theatre Booth
Theatre Booth. Photo by Kate Glen.

Marilyn and Charles Baillie Theatre

The Marilyn and Charles Baillie Theatre is the main theatre space in the historic Berkeley Street Theatre and 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. The theatre and its lobby are sure to impress your patrons, clients and guests.

Address

26 Berkeley St, Toronto ON, M5A 2W3

Phone

416-367-8243

Capacity

Orchestra 197 / Balcony 47

Rental Availability

Yes

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair seating can be accommodated with advance booking through our box-office. Seating may vary according to the configuration of the house.

  • Assisted listening is available via iOS/Android application. Please contact the Box Office for more information.

  • Wheelchair accessible restrooms with power assisted entry are present.

  • Please note that there are no elevators in the theatre.