The Living Arts Centre is a 225,000 sq ft multi-use facility which opened in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on October 7, 1997. The complex houses three theatres for the performing arts, Hammerson Hall, RBC Theatre and Rogers Theatre, an exhibition gallery (the Laidlaw Hall), seven art studios and facilities for corporate meetings.
Hammerson Hall is the largest of the three theatres, providing tiered concert seating for 1300 people, while the RBC Theatre has a flexible seating arrangement, allowing for cabaret-style seating at tables or up to 400 people for theatre performances.
The complex also includes a 110-seat lecture style space known as the Rogers Theatre, a variety of meeting rooms, rehearsal space and an on-site restaurant.
A range of exhibitions, events and performances are hosted by both the Living Arts Centre and community partners.
The centre averages 400,000 visitors per year.