our 2017-2018 SEASON LINEUP

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Saturday, September 23, 2017


From humble beginnings as a singer-songwriter circle, four Northern Ontario musicians come together to embark on a journey driven by an undeniable musical connection. With swirling harmonies as tall as the pines of their hometown, Hidden Roots Collective creates an immersive listening experience. Their thoughtful arrangements and unique vocal stylings have captivated listeners across Eastern Canada.


Exploring genres of folk, jazz, and alternative ethereal, there is an audience for every track on their debut-album, ‘Come Up, Honey’. Covering themes of love, loss and self-discovery, the album intertwines the lives and narratives of four women: Annie Sumi, Holly Cunningham, Brigitte Lebel, and Rose-Erin Stokes.

2016 TIMA Winner For Best Folk/Roots Album & Best Song Runner Up

$25 Adult / $20 Student


Friday, October 20, 2017


SWEET ALIBI: Hailing from what has been described as the music capital of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba’s WCMA award winners Sweet Alibi (Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Rose and Michelle Anderson) have captivated audiences since 2009 with their charming and personal performances. With 3 releases, over 360 shows across Canada, 33 plus festival performances, innumerous radio performances and interviews, Sweet Alibi is fast becoming a well-known Roots/Pop group.

Tom Power of CBC Radio 2 describes Sweet Alibi as this, “If Mumford and Sons and the Supremes had a love child it would be named Sweet Alibi.” A fitting characterization for a group that blends soulful and powerful vocal harmonies with the sincerity of folk and the foot stomping energy of roots.

JADEA KELLY: However dark the muse, Jadea Kelly’s music guides the listener on a prolific journey towards light and surrender. Swelling with vocal hooks and ambient guitar delays, her most recent release, love & lust is an honest and compelling catalogue of infidelity, desire, betrayal, forgiveness and human frailty. Receiving the 2016 ‘Contemporary Singer of the Year’ by the Canadian Folk Music Awards, Jadea continues to spend her time living and writing between Toronto and Nashville. Her body of work has earned a number of impressive worldwide reviews and radio play, with tours across North America & Europe. She has performed at a number of Canadian festivals and high profile venues including the Calgary Folk Festival, Edmonton’s Interstellar Rodeo, Elora Ontario’s Riverfest with Blue Rodeo, the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and the Massey Hall Presents concert series in Toronto. Jadea Kelly’s ‘lone wolf’ has been featured on tv shows such as “bitten” aired on the syfy network in the U.S. most recently, ‘beauty’ from “love and lust”, was featured as the accompanying song to a powerful final day opening montage on CBC television, a tribute to canadian hero Terry Fox for the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

2016 Contempory Singer of the Year - Canadian Folk Music Awards

$30 Adult / $20 Student


This show is generously sponsored by Tench-MacDiarmid Insurance Brokers Ltd.

Saturday, November 25, 2017


The Slocan Ramblers are Canada’s young bluegrass band to watch. Rooted in the tradition, fearlessly creative, and possessing a bold, dynamic sound, The Slocans (2015 Edmonton Folk Fest Emerging Artist Award recipients), have quickly become a leading light of Canada’s roots music scene, built on their reputation for energetic live shows, impeccable musicianship and their uncanny ability to convert anyone within earshot into a lifelong fan.

$35 Adult / $20 Student


by Rebecca Perry

Saturday, January 20, 2018


If you saw last season's Confessions, don't miss the sequel...

Out of the coffee shop and into the jungle! Joanie Little proceeds to follow her anthropologist dreams with a job at The Jane Goodall Institute in Tanzania! This new, standalone story continues the saga of the “Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl”, bringing yet more caffeinated fun – this time with chimps!  Rebecca Perry's spot-on comedic timing lends itself to a second story filled with relatable situations and over 30 characters in the Tanzanian jungle, all performed by Perry herself!

“...filled with comedic panache, high energy and a beautiful story...” - TWISI Theatre Blog

“This is solo show performance at its best, with Perry rolling out a cast of characters in Joanie’s world like a wild kingdom field guide.” – Life With More Cowbell

“I dare you to not fall in love with Joanie Little – and, by extension, Rebecca Perry.”
– Life With More Cowbell

– Best Fringe Festival Production
– Fringe Festival Breakout Performance (Female) BroadwayWorld Awards Toronto 2015

– Short-listed for the Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award 2016

$30 Adult / $20 Student


by Motus O

Thursday, March 01, 2018


A unique collaboration between Marina Nemat and MOTUS O Dance Theatre. A synthesis of dance, theatre and story telling that deals with social justice on the theme of Oppression and Freedom. This multi-disciplinary performance will be interpreted by Cynthia Croker, based on Marina's bestselling book,“Prisoner of Tehran”. The presentation will be followed by a Q & A with the artists,and dancers.

$25 Adult / $20 Student


by Frank Meschkuleit

Saturday, March 24, 2018


My Big Fat German Puppet Show is a puppet show for adults unlike any other puppet show for adults you've ever seen!  And if you haven't seen a puppet show for adults...what are you waiting for?


Join "Jim Henson's Muppets" veteran Frank Meschkuleit for an unforgettable evening of laughs, power tools, zombies, laughs, comedy, music and...some more laughs!  Over 35 years of working as a puppeteer distilled into one very interestign evening of Puppetry for Adults. Part circus, part theatre, part stand up comedy, all fun, "My Big Fat German Puppet Show" happily goes to the oddest places and is guaranteed to take you along for the exciting ride!


As Frank says, if you're looking for an evening of serious theatre that challenges your comprehension of English and education...Stratford is probably good...BUT, if you're looking for an interesting gift, a fun night out, some serious belly laughs, some thought-provoking comedy, come out and enjoy "My Big Fat German Puppet Show" and "The Left Hand of Frank" in a terrific double bill that will blow your mind without blowing your budget.

$30 Adult / $20 Student


This show is generously sponsored by Evans, Bragagnolo & Sullivan LLP

Saturday, April 28, 2018


Turbo Street Funk defy convention; whether they’re playing a festival, pub, concert hall, or even on a busy street corner, the infectious sounds of Turbo Street Funk always sound at home. With a performance style rooted in the New Orleans horn band tradition, Turbo Street Funk combine Top 40 hits with top notch originals in an incendiary show that gets people moving. 


"These guys are exuberant, highly entertaining and loads of fun. You don’t want to miss them." - Mariposa Folk Festival

“Turbo Street Funk takes Toronto busking to a new level”  - BlogTO

“…Turbo Street Funk have become a fixture on Toronto’s sidewalks. They gather crowds wherever they go”  - Torontoist

$30 Adult / $20 Student

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