Below is a list of the top and leading child in Edmonton. To help you find the child located near you in Edmonton, we put together our list based on this rating points list.
Edmonton’s Best Child:
The top-rated child in Edmonton:
- Landmark Cinemas Country Hills – has 46 theatres on 330 screens across western Canada.
- Theatre Calgary – a movement for local professional theatre.
- Vertigo Theatre – the only professional theatre committed to producing a full season of plays in the mystery genre.
- Morpheus Theatre Society – focuses on fulfilling dreams.
- StoryBook Theatre – Canada’s largest volunteer-driven Theatre for Young Audiences.
Landmark Cinemas Country Hills
Landmark is Canada’s second-largest motion picture theatre exhibition company. From a single screen in 1965 to today, they continue to provide the perfect setting for movie lovers to connect and share their love of movies at 46 theatres on 330 screens throughout Western Canada, Ontario, and the Yukon Territory. They screen in multiple formats that include Premium Large Format (PLF) brands like IMAX®, Extra, Xtreme, and RealD 3D technology, and in select locations in the premium comfort of full-recliner seating and with the added convenience of free reserved seating.
Movies, Private Screenings, Event Cinema, IMAX, etc.
Address: 300-388 Country Hills Blvd NE, Calgary, AB T3K 5J6
Phone: 403 226 8687
“Favourite theatre! They have the best seats, great staff, and prices are way cheaper than competitors. I will always go out of my way to go to landmark before any other theatre.” – Emma
Theatre Calgary traces its origins to the 1960s grassroots movement for local professional theatre. The company formed from the city’s two most prominent amateur theatre groups, Workshop 14 and the Musicians’ and Actors’ Club. Workshop 14 had been founded in 1944 by students of local theatre pioneer Betty Mitchell and took its name from Mitchell’s drama classroom at Western Canada High School.
Address: 220 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5C4
Phone: 403 294 7440
“Always love attending the theater. They keep this theater clean and well run. There is a snack bar complete with drinks and snacks.” – Sarah Campbell
Vertigo Theatre is located at the base of the Calgary Tower in the heart of downtown Calgary and is home to the organization, its two performance venues, and the BD&P Mystery Theatre Series. They are the only professional theatre committed to producing a full season of plays in the mystery genre. Vertigo Theatre was built in 2003 and houses The Playhouse and The Studio. The two different performance venues are used for a variety of arts organizations. Each season, over 80,000 people pass through its doors.
Plays in Mystery Genre
Address: 115 9 Ave SE #161, Calgary, AB T2G 0P5
Phone: 403 221 3708
“Always surprised my their creativity with the stage design and great story plots. The theater is also cleaned with good air ventilation that you won’t feel stuffy after a couple hours.” – Olivia Lee
Morpheus Theatre Society
Morpheus was the Greek God of dreams and Morpheus Theatre focuses on fulfilling dreams. Whether it be the dreams of young thespians looking to start a career on stage or behind the scenes, or the audience wishing to step into a dream world for a few hours to be entertained. Regardless of the reasons for coming to Morpheus Theatre, they try to provide everyone with a chance to learn and be part of the experience.
Plays & Mysteries
Address: 3512 5 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 0V7
Phone: 403 246 2999
“We enjoy a night out at theatre and the shows are fun and very reasonably priced. We will be purchasing season passes again this year.” – Pam Thursfield
Last on the list is StoryBook Theatre. From their humble beginnings to today, where the theatre produces multiple plays and musicals per season, offers year-round theatre schools, hosts a playwriting competition, including producing the play and creates original productions, and so much more. Storybook’s success can be attributed to its volunteers. StoryBook Theatre has not only been a vital part of the Calgary community, but it has grown with the community, and today is Canada’s largest volunteer-driven Theatre for Young Audiences.
Address: 375 Bermuda Dr NW, Calgary, AB T3K 2J5
Phone: 403 216 0808
“Phenomenal productions! We just saw Matilda and it was every bit as good as the touring show we saw in the UK! Such amazing talent for such youngsters and the set design blew us away! So professional from front of house staff to the cast and crew! Not to mention they serve crave cupcakes! The sound for such a small theatre is amazing and we now know we are in for a treat every time we enjoy a show at Storybook!” – Lu Lovelock