Part of rural Toronto when it was built in 1875, the Heliconian Hall is situated between contemporary galleries in today’s Yorkville. Original elements of the Carpenter’s Gothic board-and-batten church have been restored to their former glory; a Victorian rose window above the entrance presides over a majestic oak and brick wood-burning fireplace; the air-conditioned hall with vaulted ceiling and wooden rafters provides stellar acoustics, making the club popular for musical and dramatic presentations. An adjacent suite has a modest finishing kitchen, a bar and French doors that lead to an intimate patio in the rear.
35 Hazelton Avenue (in Yorkville)
M5R 2E3 Canada
How much: Can be rented at reasonable rates for concerts, theatre, workshops as well as private and corporate events.
Capacity: Up to 120.
Wine and liquor: Supply your own, no corkage fee; special occasion permit required.
What’s included: Steinway grand piano, public address system, pull-down screen, podium, stage lighting.
For more information on renting the Heliconian Hall, please contact:
The Heliconian Club
Tel: (416) 922-3618
Fax: (416) 922-2431
Please note that this calendar contains tentative bookings. Please call to inquire even if you see that the date and time you are interested in is not available. Duplicate times reflect concurrent rentals of different space in different parts of the building.