Effective Saturday, October 9, 2021, at 12:01 a.m., capacity limits will be lifted to allow 100 per cent capacity in the cinemas in Ontario. Existing public health safety measures continue to remain in effect for these settings. This includes wearing face coverings, proof of vaccination, screening and the collecting of
Remember back in December of ’08 when we tore all the old seats out of the Mayfair and put in the brand new (to us) seats we have today? We sold nearly all of the original seats, and here’s where a few of them ended up:
We celebrate and present Canadian cinema much more frequently then just once a year. So, on the heels of National Canadian Film Day, join us again for a special Canadiana double-bill on Thursday May 1st: Algonquin an 7:00pm and The Husband at 9:30pm. Algonquin director Jonathan Hayes
Obvious Child – The highly acclaimed and requested indie comedy, from director / writer Gillian Robespierre and starring Jenny Slate in her breakthrough performance, makes its Mayfair Premiere on Friday August 29th! If we pretend we’re in the UK, that means we got it on its actual premiere date! Winner
A pair of extra special Halloween Month screenings on October 20th and 21st at 9:00pm of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent horror classic with a live music score from Shooting Guns! Advance tickets on sale now – $12 members / $15 non-members!
Halloween Month! Silent films. Live music. Only at the Mayfair. This October, the Mayfair Theatre hosts special presentations of F.W. Murnau’s horror masterpiece Nosferatu — with a new, original score performed LIVE by Juno- and Polaris Prize-nominated band Shooting Guns! ADMISSION Admission to this special screenings is value-priced at just:
New ticket and membership prices coming Friday, October 1st. We appreciate your understanding for the small increase in cost at the box office, and for your always unwavering loyal support. See you at the cinema soon! New ticket prices as of October 1, 2021: Members $8.00 Non-members $12.50
We’ve got a new addition to the tech up in the projection booth. With the help of this little device, and some ear-bud’s, a hard-of-hearing patron can enjoy the movie a bit better. Even easier, if you have fm radio on your cell phone…or, just an actual old school pocket
Celebrate the first ever National Canadian Film Day with us tonight with a double dose of Canadiana! First up is multiple award winning and deservedly high praised C.R.A.Z.Y. at 6:30pm. Then at 9:15pm, the Canadian Cult Revue series presents a rare selection of Canadian Archival 35mm shorts
Our patrons have been incredible during this lockdown that we find ourselves in. What started as an idea to mark off a few seats as a bit of a fundraiser, quickly found all the seats in the cinema snatched up. So, we have some more ideas.