Inside the George Ignatieff Theatre

George Ignatieff Theatre

Click here for the latest Covid-19 Update:

The health, safety and well-being of our community members is very important to us. In line with the University of Toronto, Trinity College has cancelled all in-person events until further notice.

The University is also recommending that events beyond summer 2020 be considered for transition to virtual meetings where possible, and postponement where virtual meetings are not feasible and where alternate dates in 2021 are possible. Those planning meetings need to bear in mind that physical distancing requirements will likely remain in place as well as international travel restrictions, including quarantine requirements.

As the landscape continues to change, the current pandemic conditions may require cancellation or postponement on short notice. We are actively monitoring the situation and will advise of changes as soon as we are able.

For information about Fall 2020 at the University of Toronto, visit UTogether2020 and the FAQ page.

The George Ignatieff Theatre (GIT) is a multi-purpose assembly hall. During the academic term, the GIT is used as a classroom during the day. In the evenings, on weekends, and outside of term, it is used for lectures, conferences, music concerts, dance recitals, plays and performances of all kinds. It is the home of the Trinity College Dramatic Society.

Fall 2020: All Trinity College buildings (Trinity proper, St. Hilda’s College, Gerald Larkin, John W. Graham Library/Munk School) will remain closed to the public and visitors.

If you are interesting in booking the GIT for your event:
If you are an instructor and teaching a class in the GIT (or at another Trinity classroom):
  • Click here for resources for teaching staff, including information on teaching in the theatre/classroom and what you can expect for AV support. This information is currently being revised to meet health and safety requirements.
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