ICONIC TORONTO MUSIC VENUE TRANSFORMS INTO CREATIVE SPACE FOR INFLUENCERS

The Opera House near Queen and Broadview has been reinvented for the time being as a fully equipped broadcast and content capture studio.

Photo by Hector Vasquez

One of Toronto’s most popular live music venues has been awfully quiet for a while, but now the Opera House near Queen and Broadview has been reinvented for the time being as a fully equipped broadcast and content capture studio.

Simply called The Hub, it’s intended for influencers, content creators, conferences, concerts and livestreams, and could accommodate anything from comedy to TV shows, meetings, info sessions, product launches and fashion shows.

The Opera House itself has a history that dates back to 1909.

The newest iteration comes with a 44-foot stage that has a proscenium that soars over 18 feet, making for an impressive backdrop for content capture and streaming.

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