Roy Thomson Hall
A distinctive Toronto landmark with a splendid glass canopy that’s reflective by day and transparent by night, Roy Thomson Hall is also a gala-screening venue of the Toronto International Film Festival. Though it opened in 1982, the interior and exterior architecture still feel vividly contemporary, which explains why it was used as a filming location for the movie, X-Men.
The auditorium, made with Canadian maple panels, seats 2,812 and no seat is more that 32-metres from the stage. As well as acoustic performances, vocalists Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Tom Jones have performed here.