Community Outreach

"Since my arrival home to London, I have been warmly and generously welcomed. I want to return that feeling and open our doors as wide as they can go to make all Londoners feel that the Grand Theatre is their central hub of creativity, culture, and imagination. It is my dream that we can be World Curious and London Proud together."
- Dennis Garnhum, Artistic Director

The Grand is committed to making your first experience with our theatre just that much easier through complimentary ticket programs that help bring us closer.

1000 Seats

A new pilot project launched as part of the Grand's London Proud initiative, 1000 Seats will offer ten seats for every performance in the Spriet Stage Series to first-time theatre goers.

All Londoners who have never been to the Grand – for any reason – are welcome to access this program. Working with a variety of local partners including local businesses, community agencies, not-for-profit groups, corporate partners, veterans groups, and our college and university partners, we are opening our doors to share the 17/18 season with over 1000 new faces.

For more information, click here.

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CULTURAL ACCESS PASS

A great opportunity for new Canadians!

A gift to each new Canadian and new Canadian citizen during their first year of citizenship, the Cultural Access Pass provides complimentary admission to the Grand Theatre to the pass holder and up to 4 dependent children (18 years or younger) for all Grand Theatre productions. This unique program creates opportunities for Canada’s newest citizens to discover our rich cultural history and exceptional theatre. To obtain tickets present your Cultural Access Pass in person only at the box office at 471 Richmond Street.


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100 Schools

This new initiative brings professional theatre to 100 elementary schools in London and area at no cost. The program is available to public schools, private schools, and homeschool groups.

100 Schools Spring Tour (January - April, 2018)

Beethoven Lives Upstairs

Series Creator Susan Hammond
Written by Barbara Nichol
Directed by Dennis Garnhum

"There's a madman living upstairs," a young boy writes to his uncle. "He's uncouth, has a terrible temper, and howls! - his name is Beethoven." With his uncle's help, Christoph come to understand the genius of one of music's most eccentric and brilliant composers.

Recommended for ages 6+

For details please contact our Education Department at 100schools [at] grandtheatre [dot] com

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Program Sponsors

Thames Valley District School Board
London District Catholic School Board

Tickets in Support of your Charitable Event

Each season, the Grand donates over $50,000 in ticket value to more than 800 charities in the London area. For more information or to request a ticket donation for your charitable event, please contact Deb Fox at dfox [at] grandtheatre [dot] com.

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