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Performing Arts

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Thunder Bay will spark your imagination with it's Performing Arts! Enjoy first-rate theatre performances, classical and pops concerts.

Cambrian Players

Cambrian Players exists to foster an appreciation of theatre and all phases of theatrical induction. Productions are staged at the Paramount Theatre and various other venues throughout the city. 

Tel: (807) 622-6753


Magnus Theatre

Magnus Theatre, the professional theatre of Northwestern Ontario, has brought over 40 years of live theatre to Thunder Bay and the region, with a strong focus on showcasing and developing new Canadian works. Amenities: Barrier free.  Located on Algoma Street near Waverly Park

Address: 10 S Algoma St
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 3A7
(807) 345-8033 (Admin)
(807) 345-5552 (Box Office)
Season: From September to April
with one summer production.
Monday to Saturday at 8 pm
Matinees on Wednesday at 12:30 pm
and Saturday at 2 pm

Paramount Theatre

A thriving centre for the performing arts and film.

Address: 24 Court St S
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 2W3
Tel: (807) 345-1780


Thunder Bay Community Auditorium

Considered to be one of the finest concert halls in North America. An impressive 1,500-seat performing arts centre, the Community Auditorium hosts full-scale productions including Broadway, dance, theatre, comedy and more! Amenities: Refreshment and small snack service. Barrier free. Located on Winnipeg Avenue beside the Canada Games Complex.

Check out what's on!  Visit the Community Auditorium Events Calendar.

Address: 1 Paul Shaffer Dr
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6C7
Tel: (807) 684-4444 (Box Office)
Toll Free: 1-800-463-8817
Season: Year round


Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra

The TBSO is the only fully professional orchestra between Toronto and Winnipeg. They perform with flawless virtuosity and power that can only be experienced live.

Season: October - May
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 29192

Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6P9
Tel: (807) 474-2284
Box Office: (807) 684-4444
Toll-free (Box Office): 1-800-463-8817
Fax: (807) 622-1927


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