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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

For information on available rental options and rates, please contact our Theatre Office at 905-985-8181 or email info@townhalltheatre.ca 

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…

 

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