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Mission: To become Stratford's preferred intimate concert venue.

The raised stage has a 21 foot wide proscenium arch with wings. There are backstage entrance staircases at right and left and a comfortable green room with a nearby private washroom for the performers use.

Extensive work on improving of the acoustics has been done and there is excellent in-house lighting with approximately 11 PAR 64 lamps and three spots and a follow spot. On the stage are an additional 4 PAR 56 lamps. The PA system with a sound technician are supplied. Assistance with promoting your event and ticket sales are part of the package offered. If you have a special event, an arrangement for the entertainment of your choice can be made.

The hall floor measures 41 ft. X 56 ft. (approx. 12.6m X 17.25m), is flat and is made of fine hard maple. It is a "sprung" floor, specifically designed for comfort when dancing to the current music trends or doing an old fashioned two step. The hall has chairs and tables which can be reconfigured for various types of events.

Just off the main hall is the kitchen which is outfitted with sinks, a stove, a microwave, a small fridge, a small freezer and a large glass-front refrigerator. The kitchen has a large access-way to the hall which is normally used for the bar.

The Stratford Masonic Hall has fully licensed bar services. Its spacious 2300 sq. ft. floor area can hold a maximum of 188 persons, although there are plans in the works to increase this to 230. The hall is currently not wheelchair accessible nor are the washrooms wheelchair accessible.

 

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