20 Queen Street,
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The Capitol Theatre was Canada’s first theater built for sound movies. It opened on 15th August 1930 and had an original seating capacity of 684. It was designed in a medieval Norman castle theme in an Atmospheric style by architect Murray Brown.
After closing as a movie theatre and laying empty for a period of time, a renovation project began in 1993. This was completed and theatre is now open for live performances and film festivals.
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