This was my first time coming to the King's Wharf Theatre (my two kids had been here before on school field trips.) What a gorgeous spot! It's a heritage building so no parking is allowed right next to the theatre so there is a five or 10 minute walk to it from the parking, however, there is an extended 'golf cart' that does loops and can pick you up from the parking area and take you to the theatre if required. Very handy for my daughter with cerebral palsy and my autistic son and myself. We went to see Aladdin. We were lucky to get seats in row B - A, B and C seats would have been okay for my daughter to manage, but due to the increasingly steep steps going up from that point, it would have been hard for her to cope with the later steps with her braces on her legs. There were three people in wheelchairs and they were able to find space for them at the base of the stairs. The show was really well produced and the cast talented and full of energy. The 'villain' of the piece was especially good. We really enjoyed our time there and will definitely return. Thanks for a great day out.
Thank you for the positive review about the King's Wharf Theatre. We are so happy you and your family enjoyed your recent experience and are glad you found the theatre to be accessible and entertaining! We do our best to make it a positive experience every time you visit. We look forward to seeing you out in Penetanguishene for another great summer of live theatre!
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