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The most scenic theatre in Canada, the Thousand Islands Playhouse has two theatres on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, halfway between Toronto and Montreal, Canada. Featuring the longest decks in the region, The Springer Theatre is an intimate...more
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We thoroughly enjoyed a one woman show: Shirley Valentine! The actress was extremely talented and had the audience in the palm of her hand. I’ve seen dozens of plays here over the years and have rarely been disappointed. I no longer live in the area...More
Set in a pub / wine bar in Edinburgh Scotland, with various forays around the town, this show tells the story of a thirty-something couple who meet, are strangely attracted to, and repelled by, each other, while the hurly-burly of life and longing wash up...More
We hold seasons tickets and so far have not been too pleased with any of the plays. A lot of the acting is great but not much of a story with most of them have way toooo much slap stick comedy, which is not very...More
Saw a Midsumemr night a play with songs. Two actors only play runs 90 minutes no intermission. Enjoyed it. Theatre is small, chairs not very comfy. Great location for a theatre right near the water. Parked nearby on side street and shirt walk. Booked tickets...More
Thousand Island Playhouse is a beautiful, dockside theatre in Gananoque overlooking the St. Lawrence River. It was established in 1982 when Greg Wanless and a group of passionate community members purchased the site, then home to the Gananoque Canoe Club, from the local Rotary and...More
The play was cute and funny, Acting was well done although a few too many slapstick injuries. Not a bad seat in the place and everything was easily heard, Setting on the river is amazing and cocktails very reasonable , Well worth the 30 minute...More
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The shows seem to change every six weeks so its appropriateness for children is dependant on the subject matter of the show. Children would like the theatre itself, the outside terraces looking over the harbour and the big... More
The shows seem to change every six weeks so its appropriateness for children is dependant on the subject matter of the show. Children would like the theatre itself, the outside terraces looking over the harbour and the big comfy seats. There are no bad seats,
Yes the theatre is air conditioned to a comfortable temperature. You won't need a winter coat. We were there on the 30th of June when the outside temp was over 30 degrees C. Shorts and a shirt was good enough inside.