The Pumphouse Theatre
The Pumphouse Theatre is home to the Victor Mitchell Theatre, a 285 seat stage, and the Joyce Doolittle Theatre, a 60 seat black box. The Pumphouse Theatre was originally built as a water pumping station in 1913, and is situated in a serene setting on the banks of the Bow River, only minutes west of downtown.
ALL Morpheus Theatre productions are performed at the Pumphouse.
The Pumphouse Theatre is located at the west end of downtown, just past Renfrew Chrysler.
2140 Pumphouse Avenue SW
- From North or South West Calgary – take Crowchild Trail to downtown. Turn off on Bow Trail East Bound (City Centre). Turn Right on to Pumphouse Avenue (First Exit – Before Greyhound)
- From West Calgary – take Bow Trail East Bound. Turn Right on to Pumphouse Avenue (First Exit – Before Greyhound)
- From East Calgary – from downtown, take Fourth Avenue West Bound. Follow Bow Trail. Turn Right on to Pumphouse Road (After Greyhound). Turn Right on Pumphouse Avenue. If travelling on Sixth Avenue, you will need to take the exit to Pumphouse Road by the old Science Centre.