96 Main Street North,
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A very nice venue although with limited stage facilities. One balcony, with simple pressed metal decoration on the ceiling.
The Capitol Theatre opened in 1922 with 831 seats, offering movies and live entertainment. When Vaudeville became unpopular, the theatre upgraded its movie facilities and for several decades was Brampton’s premier movie destination.
The building was purchased and renovated by the City of Brampton in 1981. Renamed the Heritage Theatre, it offered live entertainment and movies once more.
The City of Brampton have now built a new performing arts centre-the Rose Theatre, immediately adjacent to the Heritage Theatre.
The plans in 2005 were to redevelop the whole area into a new Performing Arts Centre, Market Square, and Luxury Housing. The future of the Heritage Theatre, which closed in 2006, is now uncertain.
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