Royal Alexandra Theatre
- Beautiful theatre, but if you value comfort, get tickets in the orchestra section. The balconies are horribly uncomfortable and have absolutely no leg room.
- Watch Rock of Ages!!
- Built in 1907, the Royal Alex is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America
- Get season tickets to all the plays! Fabulous!!
- One of my favorite theaters in Toronto. Every seat is great.
- Upper balconies seats are small and need updated, no leg room. A/C blows strong so take jacket/sweater or something to keep warm. But still good view of the stage.
- Everyones gotta do this
- Gorgeous old theatre.
- The seats are comfortable and not too close together. The sound is great. I love the "old theater" decor. The artwork on the ceiling is great. Definitely a place to see.
- Beautiful old theatre, they've updated the seats to bigger ones now too
- It is as good as anything I have seen in New York or London.
- old theatre with extremely uncomfortable seats that has absolutely zero leg room. Airplanes has more legroom than this horrendous theatre
- Kinky Boots was fabulous!! Will watch it for a second time.
- Good theatre. Seats are tight and uncomfortable, especially if you have longer legs. It's a trade off for the steep angle and good view of the stage.
- Robin Hood
- Incredible architecture and view of the stage from all seating.
- I agree, not much leg room. But a beautiful theater
- They could use more washrooms
- 19th century architecture, the opulent lobby and in the stairwells, signed photographs of famous actors who have graced the stage since it opened on August 26, 1907.
- The Royal Alex is not the only historic theatre, but it is the last one standing.