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Famous People Players Dinner Theatre Toronto 6.3 km away
#1 of 93 Concerts & Shows in Toronto
Diane's story was heartwarming and informative, giving the audience a complete history of the beginnings of the theatre and included historical greats like Liberace and Then Sentor Ted Kennedy.
I have been going to the Dinner Theatre for years with family and friends and I always enjoy the different shows they are so amazing and the food is always excellent, the service is great and how they put on the s...
Celebration Square
#1 of 5 Concerts & Shows in Mississauga
Center of the city hall area.. used for concerts and festivals.
Living Arts Centre
#2 of 5 Concerts & Shows in Mississauga
The Living Arts Centre puts on some excellent shows, and with a central location and free parking, it's a great venue close to home.
So, my review is to acknowledge the courtesy, friendliness and helpfulness of each person we met that night - bartenders, ticket scanners, attendant just inside the RBC theatre, attendant inside (especially to my...
The International Centre
#3 of 5 Concerts & Shows in Mississauga
Trade shows are always a treat here, free parking is a great touch when other downtown locations charge $30 to park.
Great variety of shows
Meadowvale Theatre
#4 of 5 Concerts & Shows in Mississauga
Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club
#5 of 5 Concerts & Shows in Mississauga
Theatre Etobicoke Toronto 5.7 km away
#74 of 93 Concerts & Shows in Toronto
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Toronto 14.2 km away
#13 of 93 Concerts & Shows in Toronto
The show starts with the pageantry and chivalry of the medieval ages, moves on with a plot about northern invaders, and culminates with outright trial by combat during the last half hour or so.
Medieval Times is quite a re-enactment dinner show - the knights are introduced to the audience one by one.
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