World Class at the Randolph Theatre

October 23, 2016 by  
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For over 20 years, Randolph Academy for Performing Arts has been involved in every major musical theatre event to positively affect local and national communities. Randolph Theatre continues to provide world class theatre art training, and continues to employ talented individuals and encouraging sustainability to Canadian and global entertainment.

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Randolph Theatre is also available to host major theatre events in Toronto from the pre-broadway runs of Ragtime and Fosse to the North American premieres of the Wizard of Oz and Dirty Dancing. During the mega-musical revolution in Canada, Randolph Academy has established itself to rise as a new breed of performing arts to meet the needs of a demanding and dynamic industry.

CAPACITY

Seating capacity is 518;

263 on the main floor and 255 in the balcony.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK WEBSITE LINK: http://www.randolphacademy.com

A Basement and the Secrets: Junction City Music Hall

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The Junction City Music Hall is a mysteriously enchanting bar/lounge located in Dundas St. West in Toronto’s downtown core. This music oriented performance space is highly dedicated to serving and building the local community and featuring a variety of artists.

Currently open between Tuesday-Saturday, The Junction Music Hall is a great place for large reservations and company parties as guests can engage with one another while enjoying the collection of vintage pinball and retro arcade games.

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Do you like live performances? Junction Music Hall entertains the audience with talented live performances from bands, DJ’s, and promoters with artists from all over the city! Engage in live karaoke as friends and family get together to enjoy a night of fun.

The cocktails have been crafted by the bar, with flavors that vary according to the day. The beers are sold at considerable prices, and are cheap enough to spend the whole night at the bar.

CAPACITY: 150 attendees / 75 sitting

Features of Junction City Music Hall

  • Mixing Board
  • 2 Mains
  • Monitors

For more information:

2907, Dundas st west – Downstairs

Toronto, ON

M6P 1Z1

(416) 662-7072

www.junctioncitymusichall.com

 

Stylish and Sophisticated: The Gates

June 27, 2016 by  
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Located on the corner of Church street and Gerrard street, The Gates boasts as one of downtown Toronto’s most genuine landmarks and undiscovered gems. As the venue was built in 1870, restorative measures took place to ensure The Gates is suitable for future use. Part of the restorative process included installing hardwood floors and LED lights to highlight the original factory support beams and brick archways.

The Gates is a warm and inviting venue which is ideal for corporate functions, receptions and product launches. With 9’ ceilings and over 4000 sq. ft. of floor-space, The Gates can accommodate 350 people for a reception style event or 120 for a seated event.

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Features of The Gates:

  • Use of in-house PA and audio system
  • Two (2) TV monitors
  • Projection screen
  • Full day site access or day prior if space is not rented
  • Qualified on-site event consultant
  • LED lighting
  • Client can bring in their own alcohol with no corking fees

 

For more information:

66 Gerrard St.E.

Toronto ON

M5B 1G3

1-416-979-7373

http://www.gatesvenue.com/

Riding Towards Success, Toronto’s Harley-Davidson Cafe

June 23, 2016 by  
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Engines were roaring and barbecue was smoking as guests poured into 1903 Cafe, Toronto’s Harley-Davidson cafe. The grand opening of the cafe was supported by numerous open-bars, complimentary barbecue, a DJ and a JumpStart Rider Simulator.

The simulator is a stationary Harley-Davidson motorcycle, fitted to a Jump Start stand where attendees were able to sit on the bike and feel the power as they revved its engine. Even the most inexperienced of riders were able to take part in the fun.

Open just till September, 1903 Cafe gives Harley enthusiasts a look into the rich history of the company by showcasing an extensive lineup of bikes, tools and branded gear. 1903 Cafe aims to bring bike lovers from far-and-wide to enjoy the memorabilia, fresh coffee and great conversation.  The Harley-Davidson Cafe is a Canadian concept and the first of its kind in the world.

After a pour of one of their freshly made coffees, provided by Toronto’s Fahrenheit Coffee, the Harley-Davidson’s won’t be the only thing speeding off into the sunset.

The space is available for special events and can fit up to 350 people and currently has long, communal bench seating with a few lounge areas.

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Photo taken by Deb Lewis

Experience 1903 Cafe at:

96 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z4

http://www.harley-davidson.com/content/h-d/en_CA/home.html

 

Streetcar Studio Host Events in Leslieville

June 20, 2016 by  
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The streetcar Studio is stylish event space in Toronto. If the weather be frightful, we have a venue that’s delightful for hosting all of your holiday get togethers.

630QueenStEast_01-880x625The studio located along the Queen East corridor adjacent to Dark Horse Espresso Bar.Streetcar studio can provide a 1.200 square foot gallery space that can adapt to suit the needs of any events with several unique architectural elements and modern lighting, the venue includes a projector and screen, Sonos sound system, and customizable LED lighting. This space has already been used for fashion shows, dinners, and wedding receptions.

This open space can accommodate the following capacities:

– Cocktail Style: 100 guests (including lounge area)

– Plated Dinner with harvest tables: 64 guests

– Plated Dinner with harvest tables: 80 guests

– Theatre Style: 84 guests

Address: 630 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON

Contact: studio@streetcar.ca

Website: http://streetcar.ca/

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