The Lab Cab Festival is a free, family friendly multi-arts event. Taking over every nook and cranny of the historic and huge Factory Theatre (from the basement to the rafters), over fifty artists showcase music, dance, theatre, comedy, poetry, film, readings, sculpture, photography, clown and art. Pieces range from two to thirty minutes. Performances especially for kids. Other performances especially for adults. And it’s all free! Crafts and food to buy or look at. Free pancake breakfast both days from 12-12:30. Free childcare provided by Nannies on Call.
I always thoroughly enjoy LabCab when I catch it. It’s an amazing little festival, has a great history there’s something for everyone, it’s free, there’s pancakes and you should go.
Take a click-wander over to their website for schedules and who’s performing.
Sorry I missed you yesterday, I was busy being horrorstruck by the latest episode of Ford’s Follies. Sigh. I wonder if my Councillor is tired of hearing from me yet. For those of you considering writing a letter to the Executive Committee re: Toronto Port Lands, you should. If you send the letter to firstname.lastname@example.org your letter will be noted on the agenda .
Here’s an excellent letter written by Blair Francey to our esteemed Mayor. And I guess his brother by default.