The Clayoquot Sound Theatre is located at 380 Campbell Street. It is an intimate venue with great acoustics, built in 1983 by a team of volunteers who went on to stage many live plays in the space.
Today we host big-screen films, live concerts, stage productions, book launches, presentations, meetings and many other cultural events. Monday Night Movies are a regular happening. The theatre is also the venue for the West Coast Winter Music Series, the Tofino Film Festival, and many other community and touring events.
The 130 m2 (1400 sq ft) theatre has a 72-seat capacity, with banked seating. The technical booth is located at the centre/top of the seating area. The stage, with spots, floods and a good sound system measures 4.9m x 7.2m (35.3 m2) or 16′ x 23’8″ (381 sq ft). A projector and large screen allow us to show DVD, Blu-Ray and PowerPoint to a full audience. We also house a 7 ft Kawai concert grand piano. There is a small concession kitchen in the outer foyer from which beverages and appetizers can be served. Washrooms are conveniently located.
Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre Association
The Tofino Theatre is operated by the CSCTA, a non-profit society, in cooperation with the District of Tofino. The CSCTA was founded in 1987.
For more information on the facility and upcoming events, contact Theatre Manager
SophieL’Homme directly at email@example.com.
Our mailing address is PO Box 653, Tofino BC V0R 2Z0.
We envision the CSCTA as a vibrant, forward-thinking organization, running a well-equipped, suitably sized community theatre that is a vital cultural force in our community and region.
The mission of the CSCTA is:
to operate and maintain the theatre as a cultural venue for the community
to support a wide range of cultural activities: film, live music, etc.
to facilitate and produce quality live performance
to foster dramatic arts education
to provide a space for community groups or individuals
to work toward theatre improvement or replacement
Board of Directors, 2020-2021
Cate O’Connell, Eileen Floody, Sandi Rideout, Sophie L’Homme