Festival of Human Rights x Arts Presents: A Cabaret in 4-Parts

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Festival of Human Rights x Arts Presents: A Cabaret in 4-Parts

Join us for a family friendly night of performances where the arts and human rights intersect.

By JAYU

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918 Bathurst St 918 Bathurst Street Toronto, ON M5R 3G5 Canada

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About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us for our festival's first ever cabaret celebrating performers across art forms using their platform to address inequalities in their community and how to dream into being.

Performances include:

  • Dance
  • Live Music
  • Comedy

Don't miss this special night, RSVP today!

This is an all ages event and families are encouraged to attend.

Online sales close at 4:30 PM on December 9th, will also sell tickets night of at the door.

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ACCESSIBILITY

The event includes open captions and ASL interpretation. An in-person Held Space will be available from 7:30 - 11:00 PM EDT, complete with an active listener.

Unfortunately, the venue is not wheel chair accessible and there is a short flight of stairs to get inside the venue. Staff will be on site to assist with navigation as needed.

Also included: Special gallery

This event will also feature photography work from JAYU’s iAM Program and the Raging Hope exhibition led by Gilad Cohen and Desiree Mckenzie.

'Raging Hope', in collaboration with White Owl Native Ancestry Association and Wisahkotewinowak, features work from 6 Indigenous youth from Kitchener, Ontario. Each of them were asked to show what rage or hope look like to them and their views on the future.