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If. Your ever plan to be in Ottawa, don't miss visiting this theatre to see great live shows in a very comfortable modern theatre. The theatre has an appropriate informal lounge that offers food and beverages before the show or during intermission. The theatre itself...More
My friends and I bought season tickets for this year. Last night we went to see Ordinary People. We all enjoyed the play but I want to talk about the theatre. The ambiance was warm and the staff was welcoming. They serve alcohol and other...More
We have been subscribers to the GCTC for years and always enjoy the plays. Out of 6 per year, usually one is average, and one or two are outstanding. The current play 'A Daisy Theatre' , a marionette play and is absolutely great. It runs...More
I've seen multiple shows at this venue, and they're all very professionally done, and almost always entertaining. The theatre is also in a great location in Westboro with lots of great restaurants nearby for dinner.
We have been subscribers for years. Sometimes, the plays are uneven in quality and some years are better than others. But it is always great to be exposed to Canadian content and Canadian actors. There are lots of great little restaurants around the theatre so...More
Love the GCTC! I used to go to the old theatre and love the new space - keeps the intimacy but with better amenities and beautiful lobby and gallery. I love that they put on new Canadian plays and get a yearly subscription when I...More
The Theatre has finally found a home suitable to its new profile in the city. A great space (two in fact) to showcase theatrical talent. The main theatre has a great 2013 / 2014 program thanks to it new director and the Undercurrents fringe theatre...More
Great place to take in a show. Small and intimate theatre. Great shows! Have never been disappointed there yet. I am glad this theatre has survived. Always great to have a vibrant arts scene in any city!