Royal George

By: Lesley

Dec 01 2011

Category: Niagara-on-the-Lake


Focal Length:34mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

The Royal George Theatre in Niagara on the Lake is one of the four theatres of the Shaw Festival. Originally built as a vaudeville house during the first world war to entertain the troops, it has 328 seats within its red walls and gilt mouldings.

Participating in signs, signs

10 comments on “Royal George”

  1. A nice summer day! I have been there for a play.

  2. looks like a friendly place and a nice spot to catch a play.

  3. I suddenly feel I need to go to a good live theater performance!

  4. That’s a neat shot! The posters are large enough to read from across the street. I like that you captured the people in the photo.

  5. it is a lovely theater!

  6. A fancy, colourful theatre! Good to see it is still operating! And clearly popular with all those people around!

  7. This is one of the more beautiful theatres. Don’t you wish you could photograph the interior?! Did you see one of these plays?

  8. I am not sure what it is, but something about this really appeals to me.

  9. Many small towns in Ontario have live theatre as their hidden jewel.

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