The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts
Venue Cap: 1837
The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts is one of the premiere entertainment facilities in the city. Internationally acclaimed architect, Moshe Safdie, created The Centre with the same contemporary vision used in it's companion building Library Square. These state-of-the-art structures compliment Vancouver in both style and beauty. Together with the nearby Queen Elizabeth Theatre, the Vancouver Public Library, BC Place Stadium and GM Place to the east, The Centre is a vital part of Vancouver's cultural and entertainment district.
The Centre is constructed and crafted with the highest quality technology, staging, acoustics, seating, fixtures and furnishings available. With white marble floors reflected endlessly by the faceted mirrored walls to the massive arched ceiling, The Centre is a sight to behold. The Centre is located in the dynamic core of downtown Vancouver on the West Side of Homer Street between Robson and West Georgia streets. It is two blocks from the Granville Skytrain station and within steps of Robson Street, the world-renowned shopping promenade.
Total capacity 1837:
* Orchestra capacity: 1079
* First balcony capacity: 367
* Second balcony capacity: 391
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Listing last confirmed: Nov. 14, 2011