We’re one of those venues that can accommodate nearly any type of event including holiday parties, cultural and organizational events, open houses, training sessions, meetings, live performances, and webcasts! We’ve worked with hundreds of clients at thousands of events and we’ve picked up a thing or two along the way. And heck, who wouldn’t want the chance to say they held an event at the nation’s oldest comedy theatre?
Holding true to the comedic style and quality customer service traditions of the Brave New Workshop, we offer:
A light-hearted, intimate, and friendly atmosphere
Professional business-minded and accommodating staff and management
Tricked out audio, video, and lighting capabilities
Flexible options for staging and seating
A unique space for events from business meetings, holiday parties, arts and cultural events, to concerts, training sessions and more
Additional meeting services including anything from catering and webcasts to comedy performances and keynote speeches.
The ETC has event space for up to 200 guests, as well as a 203-seat full theatre on the second level. Visit our photo gallery or click on the image below to launch a photo presentation of some sample room configurations. Clicking on the text below will launch some of our existing blueprints with sample room configurations.
We believe that it’s everyone’s job to try to make the world a better place. That means not just the people on it, but includes taking care of the planet itself. To date, our efforts have been focused on measuring and conserving resources within our theatres. But as the Brave New Citizens, we are on a journey to decrease our ecological footprint in all areas and spark ideas. We encourage anyone who wants to share the journey with us to do so. If you have any ideas or comments on ways we can improve our ecological footprint, in or out of the theater, please do not hesitate to email email@example.com.
Brave New Workshop’s Project 824 reflects the company’s longstanding spirit of service and citizenship and its owners’ philanthropic commitment. As part of the initiative, the BNW offers the Experimental Thinking Centre (ETC) event venue free of charge to local and global community organizations, causes, individuals and social enterprises that aim to showcase innovative ideas and contribute to humanity’s ability to solve pressing problems and create a better world. BNW’s Project 824 is named as such not only in reference to the physical address of the Brave New Workshop and ETC venues, but as a bold commitment to use the space in this manner for at least 824 events.
Engaged various stakeholders, from audience goers, to neighborhood residents and business owners, to corporate clients and non-profit partners to generate ideas around the use of the building, its technology and sustainability features. Generated close to 4000 unique ideas.