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Centre in the Square is truly a great theater (Main Stage) to see just about anything you can think of. Regardless of where you sit, you will surely enjoy a great performance or show. On this particular day we enjoyed the "Just for Laughs" tour...More
So there's seats down the middle aisle to sell more seats & the heck with safety & convenience. I realize you are not the only venue that has done this but with an aging audience?????
I thoroughly enjoyed Daniel O'Donnell he is an absolutely terrific...More
First I will talk about the Centre In The Square, it is a beautiful entertainment complex. You immediately feel welcomed, the washrooms are spotless, and the staff are superb! The seats are very comfortable, but I would have liked to be a little closer to...More
Attended a concert by the Grand Philharmonic Choir and the KW Symphony.
Sat in the front row of the mezzanine and at first when seated, though wow, long way from the stage. After settling in, it wasn't so far at all as this configuration was...More
Had great seats for viewing the concert Foreigner. Was a little disappointed there were only 1 or 2 original band members. Acoustics were great. Not sure I like the long aisles of the theatre. Had end seats so was constantly having to move to let...More
We just attended the Randy Bachman concert and have attended several shows in the past. This is a great venue except that the long rows of seats with access only from the ends make it difficult when patrons arrive late or are tardy when returning...More
We drove to Kitchener for "Chen Yun" arrived in good time and parked under ground for a very reasonable rate. Walked to the elevator....out of order! Two flights of stairs later and a bit of a walk to the venue my handicapped wife was already...More
I am not familiar with Seether and STP. I have had front seats before, primarily to see the artists close up. The sound maybe too loud, but the speakers are usually off the floor to amplify sound to the rear of the theatre... More
I am not familiar with Seether and STP. I have had front seats before, primarily to see the artists close up. The sound maybe too loud, but the speakers are usually off the floor to amplify sound to the rear of the theatre. If this group is loud normally, then loud should be expected! I hope your seats are centre stage. I prefer close up, but not always the front row. That being said, I could see everything on stage fine from the front of the theatre.
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The floor is closer it all depends on which see you are in , best to line up on centre of the stage, so not enough information to answer. They close enough to have the same net effect, I'd go with seats closer on centre... More
The floor is closer it all depends on which see you are in , best to line up on centre of the stage, so not enough information to answer. They close enough to have the same net effect, I'd go with seats closer on centre with the stage.