The largest multi-purpose performing arts venue on Vancouver's North Shore, Centennial Theatre is an ideal setting for a wide range of performances, special events, film screenings and workshops. With 650 seats, sound, lighting and projection systems, professional in-house technical staff; and a versatile lobby space with a licensed concession, the theatre is an ideal rental venue for all kinds of touring acts and productions.
Box Office hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12:00 to 5:00pm and one hour prior to (ticketed) show times as required.
Box Office phone: 604-984-4484
Box Office email: email@example.com
Virtual Tour of the Theatre
Public parking on the construction grounds of the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre (HJCRC) will close Mar. 14, 2022. A limited number of parking spots are available in the area nearby. Go to cnv.org/hjcrc for more information, and please consider walking, cycling or taking transit to the theatre. A map of alternatives can be found at the Theatre Parking link.
Centennial Theatre is easy to get to via public transit. From Downtown Vancouver patrons are able to catch the Seabus from Waterfront Station to Lonsdale Quay. Lonsdale Ave buses travelling north depart regularly from Lonsdale Quay and stop outside the theatre at Lonsdale and 23rd Street. For more information and routes, visit Translink.
All public areas of Centennial Theatre can be accessed by elevator. The theatre is equipped with a Listen Technologies system for the hearing impaired. These units can be obtained at the lobby concession. The Listen Technologies system can be used simultaneously with a hearing aid equipped with a telecoil. Please contact the Box Office at 604-984-4484 for all questions regarding wheelchair seating/access and assistance dogs.
***Please note Centennial Theatre is a scent-reduced space. To assist us in our goal of increased access, please avoid the use of personal scented products (perfumes, scented oils, lotions, etc). Thank you.
Public parking on the construction grounds is closed. A limited number of parking spots are available in the area nearby. Go to cnv.org/hjcrc for more information, and please consider walking, cycling or transit.