Information & FAQ

Location and Parking
Arrival Time
Relaxed Performances
Ticket Policies
Performance Policies


Location and Parking

Globe Theatre is located in the Prince Edward Building at 1801 Scarth Street in Regina, Saskatchewan across the street from the South Cornwall Centre entrance. Click HERE for a map of our location.

Although Globe Theatre does not have dedicated patron parking, there are options available. There is metered street parking (free after 6 PM and on Sundays) and we also have a parkade agreement with Hill Centre Parkade.
Effective immediately Globe Theatre patrons will no longer be able to access the Cornwall Centre after mall hours due to evening construction taking place at the shopping centre. Access will be restricted until further notice. This will affect those parking at Cornwall Centre Express Park at 2183 Saskatchewan Drive and at Cornwall Express Park 2 at 1702 Hamilton Street. You will no longer be able to walk through the mall to get to the theatre pre-show or to your vehicle post-show after mall hours. Parkade staircases will remain open. If you are in a wheelchair or have other accessibility needs, you will be able to use the ramps to return to your vehicle.
Click HERE for parking information.


Arrival Time

Globe Theatre productions begin promptly as scheduled. Please arrive no less than 15 minutes prior to show time. Doors open to the theatre one hour prior to performances and doors to the performance space open approximately 30 minutes prior to show time. 

Patrons arriving late will be seated at the discretion of management. If you are late, you will be seated in an area that will cause the least disruption to the performance in progress. You will be able to move to your assigned seats at intermission. 

Please note: In special circumstances, late seating may not be possible.



Globe Theatre is equipped with an outdoor ramp as well as elevator access to accommodate patrons with accessibility needs. There are limited stairs involved for most of the seating in Globe Theatre; however, for those patrons who use wheelchairs or cannot maneuver stairs, the Accessible Balcony is very spacious and offers a great view of the performances. 

If you require, Globe Theatre also offers assisted hearing devices. They can be booked in advance by calling the Box Office at 306.525.6400. When you attend the performance, pick up the hearing assist device from the Performance Box Office. You will be required to sign the equipment out with your name and phone number and sign it back in after the performance.
Globe Theatre is proud to offer Audio-Described, Relaxed, and ASL-Interpreted performances for select shows.
Please call the Box Office at 306.525.6400 for more information. 

Relaxed Performances

A Relaxed Performance is open to everyone, but the environment has been specifically adapted for individuals with autism, individuals with sensory and communication disorders, families with small children, and anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment.
There will be a relaxed attitude to noise from the audience, the house lights in the theatre will remain on throughout the show to mitigate the shifts in the theatrical lighting cues, patrons are welcome to use sound blocking headphones if sound cues and applause are difficult to manage, and audience members are free to leave and re-enter the theatre at any point by taking the stairs up to the third floor. We will have additional staff on hand to assist with seating and access around the theatre. There will also be a Quiet Room, a space for audience members who need a bit of quiet time before, during, and after the performance. 

Upcoming Relaxed Performances:

There are no upcoming relaxed performances.


Globe Theatre has three different levels of seating: Premium, Standard and Economy.
Premium seats are the best seats in the house – they are located closest to the stage, they tend to be on or near an aisle and they provide the absolute best viewing experience.
Standard seats make up many of the seats in the main theatre area. They tend to be located a bit further back from the stage and are away from an aisle. All balcony seats are also Standard.
Economy seats are the seats that are furthest away from aisles. They tend to have limited leg room and can have an obstructed view of the stage.
Click HERE to see a seating map


There is no dress code for Globe Theatre. Our shows are just as fantastic in jeans or a ball gown. Come as you are and enjoy the show!

Please note: To ensure the comfort of all patrons, Globe Theatre is a fragrance-free environment. Please take this into account before you attend.


Globe Theatre strives to be a safe, inclusive and welcoming space for all. We offer accessible washrooms on all levels of the facility as well as an all-gender washroom on the third floor. Our all-gender washroom may be used by any person regardless of gender identity or expression.


Ticket Policies

Exchanges: Globe Theatre has a strict no refund policy. All Globe Theatre ticket sales are final and non-refundable. However, Globe Theatre does offer ticket exchanges. If you are unable to attend your original performance date, please call the Box Office at 306.525.6400 no later than 48 hours prior to your original performance date and we will gladly exchange your tickets into another performance of the same show of equal or lesser value.

Tickets cannot be exchanged to a different show. Subscribers may exchange their tickets at no cost to seats of equal or lesser value. Non-subscribers may exchange their tickets at a cost of $5.00 per ticket per exchange. 

Any ticket being exchanged with LESS than 48-hours' notice is subject to a $10.00 Late Exchange Fee.
Missed Performances: Globe Theatre does not offer refunds and is unable to exchange tickets from a past performance into a future one. If you have missed a performance but would still like to see the show, Globe Theatre would be happy to offer you a Missed Show Ticket. This ticket offers you the opportunity to see another performance date of the same show at 40% off. Call the Box Office for more information.
Dynamic Ticket Pricing: As each performance begins to fill up, the single ticket prices change to reflect the demand for the show. This is done to reward patrons who book early with the best seats at the best prices and to encourage patrons to attend a slower selling, more affordable show. Subscription tickets are never dynamically priced.
Service Fees: In most situations, a fee is added to the price of a ticket. This fee covers the overhead charges involved in Box Office operations including, but not limited to: ticketing software fees, credit card fees and more. Thank you for supporting our non-profit charitable organization and understanding that this small fee helps to keep us in business.
Capital Improvement Fees: The Capital Improvement Fee is used to make upgrades to the Prince Edward Building (1801 Scarth Street) which Globe Theatre now owns and where it will continue to make its home.

Performance Policies

Electronic Devices: Photography, videography, and audio recording are strictly prohibited inside the performance space. As a courtesy to the performers as well as those around you, please turn off all cell phones or any other electronic device and leave them off for the duration of each performance. 
Food and Drink: Cookies and beverages are available for purchase at Globe Theatre before the performance and during intermission. Before the performance, be sure to pre-order your cookies and drinks to be available for pick-up at intermission. You are welcome to take these into the theatre; however, we ask that you do not set your cups on the floor or on the balcony ledges. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I help support Globe Theatre?

Globe Theatre strives to provide people of all ages and abilities with the opportunity to participate in the arts. As a not-for-profit charitable organization, generous donations from individuals like you are what enable Globe Theatre to strengthen educational outreach programming for Saskatchewan youth and foster partnerships with community organizations such as the Regina Open Door Society and the Autism Resource Centre. When you make a gift to Globe Theatre, you fund valuable programs that fill a need within our community. 

Please consider making a donation today! Click HERE to be redirected to the donation page.

Globe Theatre Program Advertising is a low cost, effective way to reach our influential audience. If you have a business, consider buying advertising space. You can email for more information.
How do I become a subscriber?
It's easy! Talk to any one of our Box Office staff or click HERE. We would love to book you a subscription, and our subscribers do get some incredible perks. 
What do you do with my information after I set up an online account?
Privacy takes centre stage at Globe Theatre. We understand that your personal information and privacy is important to you, and as a subscriber, donor or ticket buyer, you are important to us. We make every effort to ensure that the information you provide to us is recorded accurately and retained securely.
Please click HERE for more information on our Privacy Policy. 


Gaelan Beatty in Mary Poppins | Photo by Sharpshooter Photography | Direction by Ruth Smillie. Choreography by Stephanie Graham. Set and Costume Design by Roger Schultz. Lighting and Projection Design by T. Erin Gruber.

Jeff Irving, Kevin Kruchkywich and Michael Spencer-Davis in The  Hound of the Baskervilles  | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction by Kelli Fox. Set and Costume Design by Nick Blais. Lighting Design by Wendy Greenwood.

Lucy Hill and Joshua Ramsden in Romeo and Juliet | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction by Anita Rochon. Set Design by Scott Penner. Costume Design by Mara Gottler. Lighting Design by Wendy Greenwood.

Jeremy Hilsendager, Devin Ross and Greg Ochitwa in A Soldier's War | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction by Judy Wensel. Lighting Design by Devon Bonneau.

Donny Ready, Kaitlyn Semple, Caitlin Vancoughnett and Joshua Beaudry in  Root, Hog, or Die | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction and Co-Creation by Greg Ochitwa. Choreography, Musical Direction and Co-Creation by Kaitlyn Semple. Set Design by Rebecca Donison. Costume Design by Celeste Pinder. Lighting and Sound Design by Devon Bonneau.  

 Lucy Hill in I, Claudia | Photo by Sharpshooter Photography | Direction by Ann-Marie Kerr. Set and Costume Design by Andrew Cull. Lighting Design by Leigh Ann Vardy.

Stephanie Sy in Disney's The Little Mermaid | Photo by Chris Graham Photo | Direction and Choreography by Stephanie Graham. Set Design by Sean Mulcahy. Costume Rental Coordination by Brandon Kleiman. Lighting Design by Renee Brode.

To see a list of all previous productions, click here.

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