Innis Town Hall

University of Toronto

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Who is allowed to rent Town Hall? Is it free for student groups?

Town Hall is available for rental by anyone, whether they are affiliated with the university or not. Costs vary depending on the requirements of the event. For more information on theatre rental go to the rental information page.

Is there parking nearby?

There is limited free hour parking on Sussex Avenue and pay street parking on St. George Street, as well as a number of parking lots on campus. Click here to see a map of parking lots on campus. Public transit might be a more convenient option: we are a five minute walk from the St. George subway station.

Is the theatre wheelchair-accessible?

Innis College and Innis Town Hall are accessible by wheelchair. The theatre has six wheelchair spots at the rear. Neither the building nor the cinema has power assisted doors

How much does the screening cost? Where do I get tickets?

The ticket arrangement varies with each event, but most of the time if there is an admission price, tickets can be purchased at the door the night of the event. Please check the calendar of events page for ticket information. We will post information as soon as we get it. If there is no listing for an event, check the page later on, or contact the event organizers.

Are there any free screenings or events?

Yes, most of the events at Town Hall are free or inexpensive. One of our most popular ongoing events is the Cinema Studies Student Union's weekly Free Friday Film series.

Does Town Hall have a good sound system? How big is the screen?

You will not be disappointed by our powerful Dolby Surround Sound system or our full size screen. For more information on technical specifications visit the rental information page.

Do you have a lost and found?

Visit our projection booth on weekdays during business hours to reclaim lost items. After a few months we turn lost and found items over to the University of Toronto's central lost and found. Click here for more information.

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