Ontario Culture Days announces 10th anniversary edition with kaleidoscope of free cultural activities and events across the province from September 27–29, 2019. Encompassing visual art, theatre, cinema, dance and beyond — this vibrant weekend of expression will explore the intersections
Join us in celebrating Indigenous History Month on June 26 at Yonge & Dundas Square, Toronto. A day of family-friendly entertainment featuring Indigenous artisans, dancers, drummers and more culminates in a free evening concert featuring headline acts A Tribe Called
Fall for Dance North (FFDN) proudly presents an eclectic and acclaimed line-up of world-class companies and artists, October 2 – 6, 2018 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, all for only $15 for any seat in the house.
Presented by Fort York and the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, National Indigenous Peoples Day followed by the Indigenous Arts Festival will celebrate traditional and contemporary Indigenous culture. Enjoy traditional and contemporary music, educational programming, storytelling, dance, theatre
Each fall for the last 10 years Julie Epplett, Toronto West Coast Swing instructor, arranges for a community event to raise funds and awareness for mental health and addiction treatment. Twelve years ago she sadly lost her brother to addiction.
From November 2 – 12, 2017 Red Sky Performance, in partnership with Canadian Stage, will present the World Premiere of BACKBONE at Berkeley Street Theatre in Toronto. BACKBONE is a cutting-edge new dance show inspired by the ‘spine’ of the Americas, charting the vast and rocky terrain