Sunday, August 27, 2023

JayWalking Guelph Moving Indoors

As the fall weather approaches, the summer, outdoor theatre season comes to a close and indoor performances take over.

The Unfortunate Man Tour continues until the end of October as it is particularly interesting during the Fall and Halloween - William Harvey, The Unfortunate Man was sentenced to hang October 31, 1889. It's thrilling to stand in the jailyard and hear the words of the minister, and the newspaper reporters on that fateful day.

You can of course book a group tour (4 or more people) of Scandalous Guelph, Gwelf Early Days or The Unfortunate Man any day, any time. I have several group bookings (family reunions, historical groups) for September. September is a splendid time for a walking tour.

While I am also happy to conduct an outdoor tour in the winter, I also enjoy performing these tours indoors. Images & sound effects compliment the stories resulting in a moving multi-media presentation. These are perfect for social clubs that have access to a sizeable room.

See you soon.


Tuesday, August 15, 2023

Lilt of Laughter, Trace of Tears coming to Guelph

Saturday Nov 18 at 7pm and Sunday Nov 19 at 2pm

This delightful 60 minute, one-man show is coming to Guelph's newest performing arts venue - THE ARTBAR

Formerly known as E-BAR (above the Bookshelf) 41 Quebec Street.

Yes, there is an elevator!


Lilt of Laughter, Trace of Tears is a series of Irish tales featuring charming characters in outlandish situations. Sold out audiences loved the show in Collingwood this summer. Now it will be Guelph's turn.

Don't miss it. Only 2 performances.

More about the show and Jay HERE

A co-production between the Guelph Arts Council and JayWalking Guelph