Roy Thomson Hall

Row 1

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60 Simcoe St (at King St W)
Toronto, ON M5J 2H5
(416) 872-4255
Concert Hall, Theater, Movie Theater

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  • Check out the 100-plus single malts & premium spirits available at the 6th Annual Spirit of Toronto Whisky Gala this Sat. Lock lips with rarities you've never tasted. There will also be food & music.
  • If you're under 35, go for the TSoundcheck tickets, the classics have treated me well.
  • You can buy $20 Rush seats for the TSO the day of the performance. Amazing seats available!
  • If you're going to see a pianist, a seat on the left (south) side will give you a view of their hands.
  • Check out the NatGeo Live series: stunning photos accompanied by fascinating adventures
  • A great place to visit
  • Located in the heart of the King Street theatre district, Roy Thomson Hall is a true Toronto landmark for music, and live performances & home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, at 60 Simcoe Street.
  • Sitting in the choir section is weird. It's like watching people watch a movie.
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  • Worst customer service experience I've had. Self entitled pricks. The end to end experience trying to get my father here (complete quadriplegic) in a group of 8 has been brutal. Ending with this guy
  • Munk debate on Obama's foreign policy
  • If you're under 35, sign up for the Tsoundcheck for $16 tickets!
  • #TIFF14 Gala for Wild
  • Amazing place to watch theatre, comedy, stage acts or the TSO. Not a bad seat in the house!
  • Great concerts year round from various artists including the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
  • Not a bad seat in the house!
  • This concert hall, home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and a venue for the Toronto International Film Festival. For X-Men fans, you'd be excited to know that some parts of the film was shot here.
  • Enter with an open mind; the design was meant to represent a container for people to fill with their own decorations.Dont forget to snap a photo of the exterior with the CN Tower in the background.
  • There are no bad seats in the house, but avoid seats in the first few rows.
  • Sat in the back on the ground floor dead centre. Best spot in the theatre.