Before you enter your “Thirties” there is something you should do…… enjoy one of life’s greatest treats – live theatre!

If you are 29 and under tickets to The Grand Theatre MainStage productions are only $29.95 each – that’s including tax! The 30 under 30 pricing is good for the best available seating at the time of ticket purchase for selected performances.

There are a couple of conditions:

  • You must be between the ages of 18 and 29 to be eligible.
  • You are limited to two tickets per performance. You can bring a guest of any age as long as you are their date.
  • 30 under 30 pricing available on 'A' and 'B' seating, starting two weeks before each MainStage season production.
  • Tickets can be purchased online but must be picked up at the box office. You will be asked to show ID as proof of age during your ticket pick up. 30 under 30 tickets are non-transferable.

Call the box office at 519-672-8800 and get set for a great experience!

The Wizard of Oz

Click here to purchase 30 under 30 tickets for The Wizard of Oz

November 22 to December 31, 2016

Come home for the holidays with the all-time classic The Wizard of Oz in this enchanting adaptation from the imagination of one of Canada’s most innovative directors, Rick Miller. With all the beloved music and memories from the Oscar-winning movie score, Dorothy and her friends take us on a journey along the yellow brick road as never experienced before! This is the perfect holiday show, reminding us that there is no place like home.

The Lion in Winter

Click here to purchase 30 under 30 tickets for The Lion in Winter

January 10 to 28, 2016

It’s Christmas, 1183. In the holiday spirit, Henry II, King of England, has released his scheming wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, from imprisonment and named his son, John, as heir. But Eleanor has different ideas for succession, and Henry’s infidelities and a decade in prison have not made her feel particularly cooperative. Before House of Cards and Game of Thrones, there was The Lion in Winter: a witty and modern take on what may have gone on behind 800-year-old doors. Directed by Krista Jackson.