ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT IN KING / QUEEN NEIGHBOURHOOD
This bustling Toronto neighbourhood is the centre of everything arts and culture in the city. With upscale restaurants and theatres on King Street and a number of unique entertainment options along Queen Street, there is something for everyone in this community.
King Street boats a number of theatres and galleries and is the home of the annual Toronto International Film Festival. This means plenty of celebrities are likely to spotted around this neighbourhood in September. Some entertainment and arts options along King Street include the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, TIFF Bell Lightbox (which hoasts a number of unique festivals including Hot Docs), Diaz Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Metropole and the Leo Kamen Gallery.
Queen Street offers just as many options for residents looking for entertainment in the area. The trendy galleries featuring local artists and theatres boasting one-of-a-kind productions make this neighbourhood in Toronto feel like New York's chic Soho community. Entertainment and art options found around Queen Street include the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, MuchMusic, Camera Gallery, NFB Mediatheque, and Twist Art Gallery. These are just naming a few options available to you in the King / Queen neighbourhood.