Orpheum Theatre

Row 1

884 Granville St (btwn Smithe & Robson)
Vancouver, BC
(604) 665-3050

Foursquare Tips

  • Designed by architect Benjamin Marcus Priteca in conservative Spanish Renaissance style, the Orpheum opened in 1927 as a vaudeville house, and hosted performances by C. Chaplin & the Marx Brothers.
  • Sit on the upper balcony.
  • For drinks at intermission, get out of the auditorium fast as the lines can move slow. See if you can pre-order a drink before the show starts to avoid having to chug your beer.
  • This is the most gorgeous concert venue in town, and its sit-down atmosphere often results in one of Vancouver's most attentive crowds.
  • Pecha Kucha celebrates this citys creative energy with quick talks by local designers. Speakers present 20 images for 20 seconds. Feb. 29 7-10 p.m. Admission is $15.
  • There really is no bad seat in the house! The acoustics are amazing.
  • Order your intermission drink before the show starts. No line and drink are waiting ready.
  • Their concerts seem to draw a mature crowd.
  • Perfectly intimate setting for any show. Not a bad seat in the house!
  • Vancouver Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra presents "Eternal Light" (a tribute concert for maestro Wallace Leung) on Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m. $10 adults; $6 students/seniors.
  • Great venue for concerts right in the heart of downtown whether classical or rock music. I recommend UVA wine bar right around the corner for pre or post event.
  • Rach 2 concerto was amazing!
  • Beautiful venue with great sound for classical pieces
  • Heritage theatre in Vancouver.
  • Bollywood show was fun
  • Take a long, slow walk around the upper floors during intermission. You won't regret taking in the view.
  • If you're aged 30 or younger, get the "Under 30" tickets by TD up to 2 weeks before performances. $20 a ticket. Great way to encourage some younger folks to attend.
  • That was great
  • Gorgeous venue. Vancouver symphony orchestra is awesome and Amy Grant was wonderful!
  • We felt the heaven on earth and the tears of happiness. Beethoven rocks!