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From The Canadian Encyclopedia:
The Malkin Bowl (Marion Malkin Memorial Bowl). Outdoor theatre built in 1934 in Stanley Park, Vancouver, as a two-thirds-size replica of the Hollywood Bowl. W.H. Malkin, a former mayor, endowed it in memory of his wife. Designed as a band and orchestra shell, it opened 8 Jul 1934 with a performance by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, which gave many summer concerts at the site up to the 1950s. It became the home of TUTS in 1940. In 1952 the stage was modified to its present dimensions, 12.3 m wide at the front, 7.8 m wide at the rear, 13.8 m deep, 6.18 m high at the centre, and 5.1 m high at the sides. The surrounding grounds have accommodated up to 12,000 people. On 16 Jan 1982 there was a fire in the building, possibly the result of arson, but repairs were possible and in 1989 it remained the home of TUTS.
- Author David Duke
From Theatre Under the Stars:
From downtown Vancouver, travel west along Georgia Street and turn right into Stanley Park. Drive past the Rose Garden then turn right at the sign marked "Pavillion, Malkin Bowl, Zoo". Park Behind the Pavillion or in the new lot off Pipeline Road.
By Public Transit
Busses travel regularly into Stanley Park from downtown Vancouver. Maklin Bowl is an easy walk from the bus loop. For transit information phone 604-953-3333. Music Venue