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This non-professional community theater has been producing plays since 1913; they are known for their high quality performances generated by a dedicated group of volunteers. Ottawa Little Theatre runs eight productions from September through May, and one popular musical production in the summer season. Tickets are reasonable and the atmosphere is relaxed yet highly professional for a community theater. Recent seasons have included everything from Noel Coward's Waiting in the Wings to John Bishop's The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.
Lansdowne Park is one of the prime locations for live performances and trade shows in Ottawa. It is also the venue for the annual SuperEx. The main aim of this venue is to cater to all age groups and become a multi-purpose sports and entertainment center. Some of the facilities here include exhibition halls, an assembly hall and the Aberdeen Pavilion. These facilities are available for public events and can accommodate small and huge groups of people.
Mayfair Theatre has entertained Ottawa audiences with alternative and mainstream films since long. The high ceilings, chandeliers and decorative balconies take you back in time, but digital sound and a big screen meet modern standards. The seats are a little uncomfortable and parking is challenging, but the theater is magnificent and most evenings it shows double features. Certainly, an economical and pleasant way to spend an evening at the movies.