“Sage Tyrtle’s stories are drawn from the deep bittersweet – much laughter, many tears. She could make you laugh on a tour bus to Hell.” – Dan Yashinsky, storyteller, founder Toronto Storytelling Festival

October 2017

October 21, 6:30 PM – 8 PM: Boo At The Barns
I’ll be telling free Halloween stories for the kiddos. Your favourite neighbourhood Halloween party! A family friendly evening with food, drinks, and activities for people of all ages. Strut your stuff in your Halloween costume.

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Artscape Wychwood Barns
601 Christie Street, Toronto, ON

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October 24, 6:45 PM: True Stories Toronto Ghost Stories Edition
Get ready for a teeeeeeeerrrifyyyyyyyyyyyiiiiiiiiing* night of ghost, Hallowe’en and spook-related (mostly) true stories! This time we have NINE storytellers, telling true stories about eerie things that happened to or near them (or to one of their relatives). Featuring some of True Stories Told Live’s favourite previous storytellers and a few new faces.

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The Garrison
1197 Dundas Street West (at Ossington), Toronto, ON
$10 tickets

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October 26, 8 PM: True Stories Classic Armando
Storytellers Sage Tyrtle and Ben Soper tell true stories, then professional comedians reimagine these stories to create sidesplitting comedy. Featuring Becky Johnson (The Sufferettes), Ashley Botting (Second City Mainstage), Rob Baker (About An Hour), Cameron Algie (Improv for Anxiety), and Rob Norman (RN and Cawls).

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Bad Dog Theatre
875 Bloor West (at Ossington), Toronto, ON
$10 tickets

November 2017

November 16, 7:30 PM: High Stakes Storytelling
What is High Stakes Storytelling? A group of people listening to true stories – the kind with something enormous at risk. Stories curated by Sage Tyrtle.

Tracy Hamilton
You think of biker gang members as people in TV shows. Tracy thinks of one of them as Dad.

Moyo Rainos Mutamba
Moyo brings us entrancing Zimbabwean folktales.

Chris Dart
His teacher asked him to stay after class, and then astonished him.

Debbie Fein-Goldbach
The sound of the shower had nothing on the scene in Psycho.

Natalie Abdou
The police were hammering on her door screaming to be let in, and she had no idea why.

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192 Spadina Ave. (just north of Queen), Toronto, ON
free

January 2018

January 18: High Stakes Storytelling
More information coming soon.

February 2018

February 28: True Stories Toronto 5th Anniversary
More information coming soon.

March 2018

March 3: High Stakes Storytelling
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May 2018

May 10: High Stakes Storytelling
More information coming soon.