Studio Theatre

The "black box" design of the Studio Theatre is an ingenious and versatile performance space perfect for small-scale performances. Developed on the courtier model, the Studio's flexible space accommodates proscenium style drama, theatre in the round, experimental formats and cabaret-style dinner theatre. Retractable seating and wrap-around loges allow for a variety of configurations. The theatre is also a perfect space for multimedia and corporate presentations, seating up to 183 people.


The Studio Theatre is acoustically protected from neighbouring rooms as well as from the outside. Panels and curtains provide exceptional acoustic versatility to accommodate the most exacting artistic standards.


The most contemporary room in the Centre, the Studio Theatre is part futuristic, part Bauhaus with a stunning mixture of black and steel, accented by rich blue, comfortably modern seats. Illumination is provided by track lighting in the house, and a comprehensive grid lighting system for the stage.

Audience Capacity
183 seats, split between the Orchestra Level (140) and Balcony (43).

Whether it's a rock concert, musical theatre, or the location of your annual meeting, the sound system is adaptable to all of your needs.

Your performance will be lit just right - using a combination of cool or warm washes. 

The risers are retractable, allowing for customization of the seating and accessibilty. Have a standing room only event or cabaret style set-up. 

Past Performances

The Studio Theatre has hosted a variety of performances and events over the years. From Musical acts including Korean pop groups to theatre performances ranging from impov comedy to hard hitting dramas – the flexibility of the space allows for a wide selection of productions. 



Kim's Convenience, Recognized as one of the biggest Fringe success stories, has been remounted several times - but it's first remount was in 2011 as part of the Best of Fringe. 


The Barberettes, Korea's popular girl group, performed in March 2015.


POOL (no water) was one of the 8 shows that participated in our 6th annual Best of Fringe Series