News & Public Notices
No impact to Grand Theatre schedule
August 19, 2015 -
Last night's minor electrical fire at the Grand Theatre was contained and caused no damage.
It was located on the roof and involved cables used in the winter time to keep eaves troughs clear of ice.
The situation was well managed and everyone was safely evacuated from the building. There will be no impact on presentations at the Grand Theatre – all are running as scheduled.
A refund or credit is available to patrons of last night's performance of Queen— It's a Kinda Magic. Please call the box office at (613) 530-2050 or stop by at 218 Princess Street, Monday through Saturday between noon and 6 p.m.
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