Giveaway for pair of tickets to Eve of St. George in Toronto

Win a pair of tickets to Eve of St George, an immersive dance theatre recreation of Bram Stoker’s chilling tale of Dracula. Taking place at The Great Hall in Toronto, this unforgettable experience is inspired by and features cast from New York City’s smash-hit theatrical dance experience Sleep No More.

Eve of St George Ticket Giveaway

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What: The Eve of St George is Toronto’s first immersive dance production inspired by and featuring some of the cast from New York City’s smash-hit theatrical experience Sleep No More. The audience is masked and set free to roam four levels of The Great Hall as the story unfolds around and interacts with them. Evocative and unnerving, each guest’s experience is different as they follow a character, explore uncharted spaces, rifle through private effects and become entangled in the lives — both choreographed and improvised — of 16 characters.

When: Produced by award-winning contemporary dance company Transcendance Project and scored by award-winning composer Owen Belton ( who has created for The National Ballet of Canada, The Stuttgart Ballet, Ballet BC, Ballett Frankfurt and more) there are five public performances beginning January 26th featuring a heavyweight cast including Sleep No More‘s Marc Cardarelli.

How to Enter the Giveaway: Enter the giveaway below and you’ll have a chance to win a pair of tickets to Eve of St George for the advance show on January 25th, 2018.
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Who: Transcendance Project is a Toronto-based contemporary dance company led by award-winning choreographer, dancer and Artistic Director Julia Cratchley.

Where: A dozen daunting spaces — some open, others locked — in The Great Hall, located at 1087 Queen Street West Toronto near the Drake Hotel. The Great Hall is a revitalized historic space featuring four unique venues set within a red brick Victorian building located within the trendy West End neighbourhood of Toronto. Originally built in 1890 as the West End YMCA in an ornate High Victorian style featuring decorative Port Credit sandstone motifs, it was recently recognized with a historic plaque honouring its rich history.

Purchase Tickets to Eve of St George:
Cost: $55 each Purchase tickets to Eve of St George online at Event Brite 
Public performances:
Friday, January 26 at 7:00 pm & 10:00 pm
Saturday January 27 at 7:00 pm & 10:00 pm
Sunday January 28 at 7:00 pm


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Michele Peterson
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Dividing her time between Toronto, Mexico and Guatemala (or the nearest tropical beach), Michele Peterson is an award-winning writer, blogger, editor and publisher who specializes in travel, cuisine and luxury lifestyles.
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  • Frank
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    Very mysterious – sounds like a great way to spend a dark winter evening

  • Sarah Smart
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    I would bring my fiancé Leo! We are always looking for fun stuff to do in the city and this sounds sooooo unique ! Would love to attend

  • Heather Koroluk
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    Huge Dracula fan here, I’d love to take a bite out of these tickets! what a cool concept and the Great Hall sounds like the perfect venue for it.

  • lisa penney
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    this sounds awesome! perfect way to spend a gloomy winter evening. fingers crossed!

  • nicoleroannef
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    Wow sounds so different and interesting. I’d take my partner, he would love this.

  • Mike D
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    I would take my girlfriend. Very cool event in a space I’ve never visited.

  • Nicolas Bello
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    I’d take my girlfriend Amy, she is amazing

  • Eita
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    I heard about this being great from a friend so I’d take them!

  • Sophia
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    I love immersive theatre experiences and made sure I checked out Sleep No More when I visited New York two years ago. Needless to say, I loved it and would be thrilled to have the chance to experience Eve of St George with one of my theatre nerd friends!

  • Hubert
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    Love theatre and loved Sleep No More so it will be exciting see this type done in Toronto

  • Melanie Dekoker
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    I would bring my boyfriend, Brady! We are always looking for fun activities to do in the city, and this sounds very unique!

  • Nicole Jubleew
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    I would love to bring my BFF for a fun girls night out.

  • Wai Ching
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    I would love to bring my husband and take him away from just watching football!

  • M
    Reply

    I would bring my sister

  • BobbiJo Pentney
    Reply

    I have only every been to one production and I would love to be immersed in this one.

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