Mayfair Theatre – Once in the Runnymede Neighbourhood

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Mayfair Theatre was once located at 347 Jane St (south of Annette St on the east side) in Toronto’s Baby Point/Runnymede.

The theatre opened in the late-1920s and closed in the mid-1950s. Today the building is home to commercial and retail space.

Mayfair Theatre Photos

1928 - Mayfair Theatre was once located at 347 Jane St, south of Annette St on the east side. On the marquee, “Drums of Love,” starring Mary Philbin, Lionel Barrymore and Don Alvarado, was playing
1928 – Mayfair Theatre was once located at 347 Jane St, south of Annette St on the east side. On the marquee, “Drums of Love,” starring Mary Philbin, Lionel Barrymore and Don Alvarado, was playing (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1488, Series 1230, Item 3200)
1959 - Looking east towards the Mayfair Theatre, once located at 347 Jane St, south of Annette St. By this time, the theatre had closed, and the building was listed for sale
1959 – Looking east towards the Mayfair Theatre, once located at 347 Jane St, south of Annette St. By this time, the theatre had closed, and the building was listed for sale (City of Toronto Archives, Ken Webster Fonds, Fonds 251, Series 1278, File 108)
2022 - Mayfair Theatre was once located at 347 Jane St, south of Annette St in the Runnymede neighbourhood. Today the building is home to commercial and retail space
2022 – Mayfair Theatre was once located at 347 Jane St, south of Annette St in the Runnymede neighbourhood. Today the building is home to commercial and retail space
1961 - The Toronto Real Estate Board listing for the  Mayfair Theatre once at 347 Jane St. Notice the price for the building was $48,000, and there were plans available for a 10 table billiard room and store
1961 – The Toronto Real Estate Board listing for the Mayfair Theatre once at 347 Jane St. Notice the price for the building was $48,000, and there were plans available for a 10 table billiard room and store (City of Toronto Archives, Ken Webster Fonds, Fonds 251, Series 1278, File 108)
Date unknown - Once home to Mayfair Theatre, the building at 347 Jane St became a Scotiabank branch, Baby Point Billiards and Baby Point Lounge
Date unknown – Once home to Mayfair Theatre, the building at 347 Jane St became a Scotiabank branch, Baby Point Billiards and Baby Point Lounge (City of Toronto Archives, Ken Webster Fonds, Fonds 251, Series 1278, File 108)
1929 - The Toronto City Directory showing the address of the Mayfair Theatre
1929 – The Toronto City Directory showing the address of the Mayfair Theatre (Toronto Public Library)
1956 - The Toronto City Directory showing the address of the Mayfair Theatre
1956 – The Toronto City Directory showing the address of the Mayfair Theatre (Toronto Public Library)
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