Category: theatre

Actor Marc Labreche

Back by popular demand is celebrated Canadian writer and director Robert Lepage’s highly visual theatre piece, Needles and Opium. Presented by Canadian Stage and running at the Bluma Appel Theatre, this production of a two-man act surrounded by a spinning 3D stage proved to be visually stunning.

Raw, haunting, and provocative, renowned Russian choreographer Boris Eifman and his groundbreaking ballet company returned to Toronto with his acclaimed signature piece – Anna Karenina. We had the opportunity to see the riveting performance at the Sony Centre last week.

If you’re looking for a quiet, fancy dinner, while waited on by an attentive and competent serving staff, you won’t get it at the Faulty Towers. Instead, you’ll get a night of intimate conversations, classic 70’s comfort food, and shambolic service from the UK’s favourite hotel trio, Basil, Sybil, and Manuel. This hilarious, uniquely interactive dining experience from Starvox Entertainment premiered in Toronto this spring at the Sony Centre.

One of the most emblematic love stories of our time is coming to Toronto. The Saint Petersburg Eifman Ballet transforms Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina into a moving, spectacular production on stage at the Sony Centre. Produced by Show One Productions, this gem is only here for a short period for its Canadian premiere, running from April 23rd to 25th.

Coming in April to Toronto’s Port Lands, Oyssdeo plans to transport audiences to a different world with its extravagant theatrical horse show.

Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience is in Toronto now at the Sony Centre. Starvox Entertainment brings to town this affectionate homage to the iconic 70’s British farce comedy TV series, Fawlty Towers, originally written by John Cleese and then wife Connie Booth.

With only a third of the show scripted and featuring a cast direct from the UK, the audience is immersed in the experience with a 3-course meal at the “Fawlty Towers” restaurant.

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