The Thorold Community Theatre was founded in 1986, and aims to be an active participant in the flourishing Niagara Region by using the arts as an entertaining and animating force in the community.
The theatre is a not-for-profit organization with two sources of revenues; ticket sales and support of community-minded businesses in the area. It takes approximately 50 volunteers to operate the theatre to ensure that we host a play each spring and autumn.
In 1998 the Thorold Chamber of Commerce presented us with the “Citizen of the Year Award” which we are very proud of.
We at Thorold Community Theatre consider ourselves to be a bit of an undiscovered gem here in Niagara. We produce an almost professional quality product; our sets are second to none, our actors are experienced and talented – some listing television and film credits in their bios. And, after 30 seasons, we know how to present a production. The 1,200 -1, 400 patrons we get out to each show, over its eight performance run, are testament to that.