Quality Hotel & Suites
580 Bruin Blvd.
Woodstock, ON N4V 1E5
Phone: (519) 537-5586
Fax: (519) 421-1304
Located within the Woodstock District Community Complex, the Southwood Arena is the prime venue for hockey action in Woodstock. The arena comprises of the red and green ice pads that can seat 2000 and 1000 screaming fans respectively. Apart from a regular sports schedule, the rinks are also available for skating and local events. For more details on the arena and events coming up, do call ahead.
The Oxford Auditorium is a wonderful local entertainment venue here in Woodstock. The auditorium is host to a number of local and cultural events such as auctions, dances, exhibitions and more. For information on the facility, its rental and on going events, do call ahead.
The Market Centre theater is the home of the city's beloved company, the Woodstock Theater. Hosting a regular schedule of productions that covers all genres from drama to comedy, musicals as well as specials for the kids, this theater guarantees entertainment for the whole family. Apart from being home to the Woodstock Theater, the Market Centre is also available for rent for private and business events such as seminars, conferences and the like. For more details on the venue and events lined up, call ahead or visit the company's website.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a ticket at Oxford Drive-In. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead or check out their website.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Gallery Cinemas. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead or check out their website.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Broadway Cinemas. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead
The Dorchester Fairgrounds is where the best of the action in town takes place. This local venue is host to a number of fairs, competitions, dances and day-outs that are enjoyed by the whole family. Come here for the town's The Donnybrook Fiddle and Step Dance Competition that brings the place to life every year. So the next time you find yourself in Dorchester, do check out whats happening at their fairgrounds.
At any time of the year, this venue is hosting large-scale as well as small scale social and cultural events. But come here during the Paris Fair, when the fairgrounds comes to life with over 3,00,000 visitors. All in all, a peek into Canadian community culture is what you could witness at this venue.
The National Stadium is a baseball stadium that seats upto 110 sports buffs. This stadium was once home to the Stratford National and came into prominence owing to the grandstand it had back then.
Housed within an old furniture factory, this venue on King Street serves the community by providing a space for cultural and community events. The brick and wooden building was built in 1903, and is now one of the heritage structures in Stratford. Aimed to serve as a place for individuals to share innovative thoughts and creativity with others, Factory 163 hosts a plethora of events ranging from concerts to theater to lectures. Visit their website to know more about this unique facility.
The Backstage Capitol Theatre was built in the place of a community hall that was destroyed in a fire in 1933. Located in Delhi, Ontario, the theater has been a cultural landmark for the local community since many years, although it did shut down for a few years due to competition from mediums such as television. The picturesque theater has modern acoustics and cozy seating arrangements, making it the venue of choice for everything from live concerts, theater productions, community shows and international acts to weddings and private events.
Originating as a simple tent over a wooden stage in the early 1950s, the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's Festival Theatre's thrust design was one that, at the time of its creation, had hardly been in use for centuries and has influenced the construction of countless theaters ever since. Even though it's now housed in an actual building, the Festival Theatre retains the hand-crafted wooden aesthetic of its rustic, partially outdoor origins. The Stratford Shakespeare Festival itself has been one of the premiere theater festivals in North America for over half a century with crowds from across the globe flocking to see some of the stage's most talented actors in performances of not only the Shakespeare works that give the festival it's name, but of a diverse array of modern and classical works as well.