“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 17, 8 PM: Stories Inspire Improv
Welcome to a night of celebrating the second most well known improv format: The Armando! The stories will make you laugh, cry, and cheer while the improv will just make you laugh.
“Your storytelling was a tour de force and the characters became so alive in my imagination. Thank you for showing us another way to tell stories.” – June Brown, storyteller
October 30, 6:45 PM: True Stories (Told Live) Toronto
Come and hear some spooooooooky stories (many true! Some traditional! Some related to Halloween) and enjoy the ever-popular Singalonga Ghostbusters Theme Tune.
Tickets $10: buy here
1197 Dundas Street West (just west of Ossington)
November 10, 3 PM: 7th Annual Hope and Justice Cultural Festival
Hope21 is hosting the annual Hope and Justice Cultural Festival on November 10th at the Palmerston library, located in the Korean town in Christie. The theme of this year is “#MeToo #WithYou,” showing our solidarity with the #MeToo movement, the campaign against sexual violence and discrimination which began in Hollywood and rapidly spread across the world, including South Korea, where the women’s movement is facing a watershed moment following a surge of sexual assault accusations against high-profile men.
Palmerston Library (just west of Bathurst)
560 Palmerston Avenue