All performances take place at:
Betty Oliphant Theatre
404 Jarvis Street
More information on public transportation is available on the Toronto Transit Commission website, or call 416.393.4636.
- Yonge-University Subway Line: College and Wellesley Station are the two closest subway stops to the Betty Oliphant Theatre. It’s about a 10 minute walk from each station to the theatre.
- The Betty Oliphant Theatre is accessible by the 506 Streetcar (Carlton), as well as the 94 Bus (Wellesley towards Castle Frank)
For driving or walking directions via Google Maps, click here.
There is area parking available on Jarvis, Church, and Maitland Streets; a Green P Parking lot at 405 Sherbourne Street, just one block over from the theatre; and a parking lot across the street from the Betty Oliphant Theatre in the apartment buildings.
Looking to grab a quick bite or a drink before the show? Check out some of these amazing restaurants and pubs in the neighbourhood:
The Blake House – Official d:mic/fac Sponsor
Comfy drinking spot with pub food
449 Jarvis St. (across from Betty Oliphant Theatre)
(416) 975 -1867
* The Blake House will be preparing dance: made in canada/fait au canada audiences a special prix fixe menu over the course of the festival*
Red Rocket Coffee – Official d:mic/fac Sponsor
Cosy, quiet spot for coffee and other treats.
154 Wellesley St E
Juice bar, vegetarian /vegan salads, gluten – free options, and butter coffee
471 Church St.
(647) 352 -8807
Breakfast & Brunch, Vegan, Gluten-Free
634 Church Street
(416) 966 – 3991
Hair of the Dog
Pub, Comfort Food, Breakfast & Brunch
425 Church Street
(416) 964 – 2708
Salads, bowls, quick and healthy
77 Wellesley St. E (entrance on Church)
(647) 350 – 7797
Crêpe It Up
Creperie, Breakfast & Brunch
507 Church St
(416) 916 -3558
Premium casual dining
515 Jarvis Street