About Us

Our Story

About Us The Town Hall 1873 has been a central place of gathering for the community almost since the Township’s incorporation in 1871, and a vital part of the local arts scene for half a century. Located on the corner of one of our busiest intersections, it is one of the Township’s most recognizable landmarks.  A town hall, a courthouse, a jail, a roller-skating rink, a ladies’ undergarment factory, Town Hall 1873  is a cultural cornerstone in downtown Port Perry, Ontario that has always played a part in the lives of residents and visitors alike! More…

Rental Information

Are you looking for a unique, historic building in which to host your event? Then consider renting the Town Hall Theatre… More…

Ghosts of Town Hall 1873

Stories of ghostly encounters in our theatre, as told by those who claim to have experienced them first-hand.  In October 2020 we put together a special 4-part story and video series as an archival recording to document just some of the ‘other-worldly’ and unexplainable experiences by individuals in our theatre! More…

 

Special Recorded Productions: Have a Very Covid Christmas (2020)

By the fall of 2020, the optimism that theatres would be permitted to open had all but faded completely, as we faced a new wave of infections of the COVID-19 virus. But a band of intrepid entertainers still found a way to gladden the hearts of our patrons and raise much needed funds for Town Hall Theatre with this quirky, timely and highly entertaining original holiday show, “Have A Very Covid Christmas”, featuring a 5-member cast of talented performers from SCS Musicals and joined by Irwin Smith, arguably Port Perry’s most popular entertainer. Watch…

 

Past Newsletters

The “Town Hall’er” will be back as we are on a brief hiatus while we get to work reopening the theatre (again)! For now, catch up on past news from Town Hall Theatre!