Imperial Oil Centre for the Performing Arts
168 North Christina Street,
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The former Capitol Theatre opened in 1936 as a local movie house which sat over 600 patrons. In 1988, after a long, successful run, the theater closed.
Scheduled to be demolished, the theater was saved by the Steering Committee of the Sarnia Little Theatre and its Art Deco opulence was restored.
Today, the Capitol is known as the Imperial Oil Centre for the Performing Arts, after the corporate benefactor who helped to restore it.
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