Awesome musical! Had great seats to watch this incredible performance. Moving, entertaining and well worth the price of admission. Glad I got to see the final matinee show before it’s gone.
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We've came a good handful of times and love watching these performances. We've seen something different everytime and all have been entertaining! You can't go wrong! If you ever liked Who's Line Is It Anyway, then make an effort to come see a show. There...More
The performance itself was very well done for the level of theatre, however, I recently found out that they have sold and/or gave my personal information to other companies. After contacting them about this violation of privacy they didn't seem to be concerned or apologetic....More
The Citadel Theatre does not sell or give our customer lists to unauthorized outside parties. This complainant was in fact contacted by an agency engaged by the Citadel to contact our client base for the purposes of selling/renewing Citadel Season Tickets. This is common business...More
I've been here to watch countless plays, musicals, and performances. The theatres are well laid out with an intimate feel but great views no matter where you are seated. The Lee Pavilion is a tropical oasis in the middle of downtown Edmonton... great spot to...More
The theatre was comfortable. Although we were in row three, which are the cheaper seats, it felt like the best seats in the theatre.
This was my first time back to the Citadel in probably 20 years. We went to go see Crazy for You (AMAZING!!!). I was very impressed by the facility. There is a lot of leg room and the seats are actually comfortable. The staff were...More
This is Edmonton's regional theatre company housed in a beautiful buiding that allows the sun to stream in on a sunny day. If you're waiting to see a show there's lots to do just walking around the building where you can find yourself sitting in...More
Went to the final performance which was excellent. They did an amazing job. We were in the Maclab Theatre which is apparently their largest venue but it feels very intimate. The seats are terrible though, very narrow and uncomfortable. The Citadel is quite a nice...More