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When I say the best little theatre that is not a negative. There are bigger theatres but known have better productions or participants. The seating is excellent and the lobby is intimate. The cocktails are usually served by a member of the company though not...More
The play that was playing was almost at the end of its run. It was 85 minutes long with no intermission. I was anxious to visit as this was one of my first projects I worked with after joining my current employer. What an awesome...More
We hadn't been to the Varscona in a while so obviously they have renovated since our last visit but the venue is fantastic now and every seat is a good seat. Recommende as long as you can find a good play to watch.
Loved the new building, much more space and light in the lobby. The seats in the theatre, however, are stacked too closely. Our friend who is 6 feet tall was cramped with his knees right up against the seat in front of him. The bathrooms...More
If you love live theatre this is a little gem. Located in the heart of the historic Old Strathcona district it hosts plays and improv. comedy all year long. Truly some of the best professional entertainment you will find.
Located in Old Strathcona this is a cozy, little theatre.
An old building, right now is working on raising funds to renovate & improve it.
This is a very busy venue, owned by The City of Edmonton and run by several representatives of different theatre...More
We have been to the Varscona Theatre many times and have been charmed by its small, intimate feel. You can get very involved with the plays and the stage is quite visible no matter where you sit. The theatre repertoire is quite eclectic so you...More
We were very lucky to find this little theatre while walking in the historic Old Strathcona area of Edmonton. We were even more lucky that it was two for one Tuesday!
The show was "Flight of the Viscount" a lively comedy written by David Belke...More