Metro Studio

Rental Update

We are now taking bookings for live theatre and dance performance that are multiple consecutive day rentals only (ie. your event takes place over more than one day in a row).

 

As we are still in the midst of the pandemic, the Metro operates with an 87 seat cabaret seating set up. This will be in effect until mid-May 2022, in which we will reassess. Please do not expect this number to increase when planning your event.

 

Currently all rentals require:

 

  • A current COVID-19 Safety Plan (disease prevention is a shared responsibility!)
  • General Liability Insurance with a minimum of $2,000,000 coverage
  • Ensure all participants adhere to Intrepid Theatre’s Vaccination Policy and our own COVID-19 Safety Plan

By early April, we will complete our new venue operating plan, which includes changes to booking policies and rates. Stay tuned for more information.

 

For more details and to discuss availability at the Metro, email andrew[at]intrepidtheatre.com

The Metro Studio Theatre is the only live performance space of its kind in downtown Victoria, BC. This 87 seat cabaret style black box-style theatre is fully equipped for theatre, dance, spoken word, musical theatre, film screenings, meetings, rehearsals, film shoots and receptions. The Metro is home to Intrepid Theatre’s Victoria Fringe Theatre Festival, UNO Fest, and OUTstages festivals, as well as an annual presenting series of touring work.

For questions about rentals and availability or to arrange a tour, contact andrew[at]intrepidtheatre.com or 250-383-2663.

The Metro Studio is wheelchair accessible and has two all-gender washrooms and a wheelchair accessible washroom on the ground floor.

Please note: we do not have an office at the Metro Studio Location. All inquiries should be directed to Intrepid Theatre’s administration office 250-383-2663.

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of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.