Factory Theatre - Studio
Factory Theatre has been a staple of the Toronto independent theatre scene since it's opening in 1983. It is actually two heritage buildings: a house built in 1869 by Irish immigrant John Mulvey, and an extension built on to the house by St. Mary's Catholic Parish in 1910.
Factory has been a Fringe venue since 2000, and has been the home of Next Stage since its inception in 2008. It houses two main venues: the Mainspace and the Studio. The Antechamber is also used for Next Stage.
125 Bathurst St
- Level of Physical Access
- Partially Accessible
- Air Conditioned
Finding this venue
Enter this venue through the glass atrium, off of Adelaide Street West. Patrons enter the Studio through double doors off the atrium. Gender neutral washrooms are located directly outside the Studio. Accessible washrooms are located on the second floor. Patrons who require level access to seating must enter theatre through Factory’s workshop and will be escorted by a staff or volunteer. Access seating is in the first few rows of seating at eye level with raised stage.