- A cash-only bar serving wine, beer, cider and highballs.
- A cash-only concession area serving coffee, tea, water, soft drinks, juice, chips, and an assortment of chocolate bars and candies.
- All user and multi stall washrooms
- Water fountain
- Couch seating
- AED on site
Use our virtual tour to see the layout of the theatre.
The Kelowna Community Theatre has six wheelchair accessible seats with six companion seats located in row Z. Visit the theatre seating chart to find your seat.
The following items are available upon request:
- Wheelchair for unloading and loading guests
- Wheelchair and walker storage
- Hearing assistance devices
One washroom is wheelchair accessible and designated as all user. It also features an infant change table.
Accessibility enquires contact: Front of House Manager Brian Bergvinson
City of Kelowna Public Art:
The Public Art Program was established by resolution of Council in 1997. Composed of 120 heavily carved tiles A Quiet Beauty Assumes our Valley by Robert Kingsmill is one piece of the Public Art Collection that is located in our lobby. The Public Art Collection includes over 60 installations located throughout Kelowna ranging from murals and banners to sculptures and works integrated into local streetscapes.
Artscape Community Exhibition Program
Artscape is a community exhibition program that has provided opportunities to local artists since 1995. There are currently ten active Artscape locations, one of which is in the lobby of the theatre. The Artscape program creates opportunities for the public to experience art in significant communal venues.
For more information about Arts Council of the Central Okanagan’s Artscape program, to apply to exhibit your work, or to inquire about purchase of one of the works on display contact ARTSCO // 250-861-4123 // www.artsco.ca.
Kelowna Community Theatre Artscape: Featured Artist – Lyse Deselliers (March 2019 - Current)
Lyse Deselliers was born in Quebec City and obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Montreal in 1989. While pursuing her career as a veterinarian in Ottawa and then in Calgary, she continued to develop her artistic skills as a painter. Her body of work mainly consists of Acrylic landscape and cityscape paintings along with public art murals. Currently, she is focusing on creating larger pieces in an attempt to better capture the monumental beauty of the Okanagan, using aerial photographs of the area surrounding her hometown of Penticton. She’s also giving workshops on painting with a focus on creativity and the involvement of the different areas of the brain in the creation of an artwork.
“My artwork is meant to engage the viewer’s own imagination in a moment of visual contemplation. I will use elements of design to create movement and rhythms in an attempt to stimulate the neuro pathways which are responsible for the pleasure found in viewing art.”