Toronto Storytelling Festival: Single event tickets
Saturday, 5 April 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
April 4: 1001 Friday Nights at the Festival 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Co-hosted by 1001 Friday Nights of Storytelling and the Toronto Storytelling Festival, this evening features short performances from the festival’s “from away” storytellers.
Saturday April 5 Storytalks
Morning Storytalks 11 – 12:30
Land and Stories: Ron Evans
Ballads: Anita Best, Hugh Lupton
Fairytales: Jack Zipes
Deep Stories: Jonathan Fox
Admission: $25/$20 students/seniors/unwaged
Neighbourhood Storytelling Celebration (1-2:15 pm) featuring tellers from Village of Storytellers: Regent Park Project / Audience: family / Admission: free
Afternoon programs: $10 adult admission (tickets available at the door or included in Weekend Pass) / kids under 12 free
2:30-3:30 Storytellers’ Feast – Delicious Folktales for Every Age: Bob Barton, Jo Radner
2:30-3:30 Life Lived Like a Story - Jonathan Fox, Tolowa Mollel
2:30-3:30 Stories Without Borders: Ghana to Saskatchewan: Adwoa Badoe, Bonnie Logan
4-5 Storytellers’ Feast – Delicious Folktales for Every Age: Sandra Carpenter-Davis, Donna Dudinsky
4-5 Stories Without Borders: Newfoundland to Appalachia,
4-5 Best Brown and Ballads: Anita Best, Lorne Brown
$25 includes all 3 evening shows.
Saturday Night at the Festival
7-7:45 Anita Best and Tololwa Mollel
8-9 Hugh Lupton
9:30 Late & Hot Cabaret (at Paintbox Bistro, 555 Dundas St. East) with Bonnie Logan, Michael Wex, Marilla Wex, Brad Woods, Sage Tyrtle Cabaret only: $10 (also available at the door)
April 6: Festival Brunch
11am -12:30 pm Enjoy coffee/tea/pastries with festival storytellers
$5 (also available at the door or included with your pass)
April 6 Afternoon program at Daniels Spectrum
1-2 Family audience: Folktales!
1-2 Adult audience: Who Wants The Dress
1-2 Mind-movies: Storytelling Open Mic
2:15-3 Family audience: More Folktales!
2:15-5 Adult audience: Life Lived Like a Story:
When & Where
Toronto Storytelling Festival | Storytelling Toronto
The Toronto Storytelling Festival was launched on April 1, 1979 and has since become one of North America’s biggest urban celebrations of traditional and contemporary storytelling.
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The Festival makes its home at Storytelling Toronto, a non-profit registered chariy that supports the renaissance of the art of storytelling in contemporary society. Visit us at http://storytellingtoronto.org.