Staircase Theatre Art Print


ART PRINT DETAILS: (Prints do not come framed)

16" x 20" Regular prints

  • Paper - 8pt stock C2S, smooth coating, matte finish
  • 2" White border (Great for a high-end framed look)
  • or .5" White border

16" x 20" Limited Edition, signed and numbered prints 
(Only 15 prints available in this limited run) 

  • Paper - Fine art paper (Acid free, 100% cotton rag, 300~ 320 gsm, matte finish)
  • 2" White border

11" x 14" Small prints

  • Paper - 100lb cover stock, matte finish
  • .5" White border

Hamilton, Ontario Canada - The STAIRCASE THEATRE building was built in 1914 as a hydro transformer substation and for more than 80 years delivered electrical power to west Hamilton. Hugh MacLeod purchased the building in 1997 and it became The Staircase Theatre, named for its iconic cast iron spiral staircase. This building is as unique as the far reaching mediums it plays host to. From film, play, improv and stand-up comedy  to music, dance, poetry and crafts. There is something for everyone at The Staircase. 

This illustration highlights the building's industrial architecture that Hamilton is known for. With its dark brick facade peppered with unique brick patterns, the building is a beacon of uniqueness planted amongst its residential neighbours. If you look closely you'll find the iconic spiral staircase peering through a window. 

Canadian Shipping note: Unless the item is in stock, they will be printed as ordered and could take 10 - 15 days to arrive.