Yes! All decorations and food items must be removed at the end of your event.
The Theatre is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Any items are found after the event, are placed in our Lost and Found, located in our box office.
We are strictly a non-smoking facility. Any guests who wish to smoke must do so 15 feet from our buildings.
All promotion and marketing is your responsibility. Your event will be listed on the Lighthouse Festival website, located on the Off Season Events page, with a link to our ticketing system as well as the option to link to your own site. If you would like assistance in distributing posters, this is available for an additional fee of $50.
Yes you can, but you must provide someone responsible for the sale of your merchandise, Lighthouse will not be accountable for the sales or safety of merchandise. Please note that we do not take a commission on sales of merchandise.
The price to sell your event tickets is included in the rental fee. In order for your patrons to have access to all our box office services and to prevent over-selling, Lighthouse must sell all tickets.
We do not allow entrance to the stage from the audience during a performance, nor do we allow performers to go down into the audience during a performance due to sight line issues, and health and safety protocols. It is allowed if seating is limited to the main floor only (250 seats)
Yes. Our House Technician will assist with all your concerns both prior to the event and while on site.
We encourage you to bring your own team, who will work with our technicians on site.
Yes, of course. Please contact our Production Manager to arrange a walk through.
Lighthouse Theatre provides a Front of House Manager, ticket taker and ushers for your event.
Yes, we sell chips at the bar.
Yes. There are certain LLBO restrictions, however we encourage you to contact our Productions Manager to make arrangements.
Our team will make every effort to accommodate special requests, and will advise you in advance of any concerns.
No. This is a licensed venue and all product must be purchased through the theatre license.
No. We can keep our rental fees reasonable by augmenting with bar sales.
Main Theatre – Port Colborne
The theatre is not available for rentals during the summer months. Theatre Rentals are accepted during the months of January, February, March, April, October and November.
The theatre is on one floor. Seats are available on the floor, as well as raised seats that require several steps up, and fully raised seating at the rear.
There are 216 seats in the theatre.
Our address is 296 Fielden Avenue, Port Colborne. If the theatre’s parking lot (access from Carter Street) is full there is plenty of free nearby street spots on Carter Street or behind the theatre on Elgin Street.
Yes. Not only is our staff experienced in providing accessible customer service and our auditorium contains accessible seating.
Yes. Drinks purchased from the Bar are allowed in the theatre.
Our auditorium includes a proscenium stage. It is 21′ wide, 16′ deep.
Main Theatre – Port Dover
The theatre is not available for rentals during the summer months. Theatre Rentals are accepted during the months of January, February, March and October.
There are two levels. The theatre main floor (orchestra and under balcony) seats 250. The balcony seats 100.
There are 350 seats in the theatre.
Our elevator is accessed from street level, and exits at the Main Floor of the auditorium. There is a stairway to the balcony.
Our address is 247 Main Street, Port Dover. We are located in the middle of Port Dover, just look for the clock tower! Street parking is available, as well as a lot just a block from the theatre.
Yes. Not only is our staff experienced in providing accessible customer service, an elevator is available on our street level for access to the second floor. Our auditorium contains accessible seating as well as providing both surround sound and assistive listening devices.
Yes. Drinks purchased from the Long Bar are allowed in the theatre.
Our auditorium includes a proscenium stage. It is 38′ wide, 19′ deep with a proscenium opening of 23