Calendar


Nov
23
Thu
Precarious Festival, RC4G* presents ROCK BLOCK!
Nov 23 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Thursday, November 23, 3-6pm, location TBA; stay tuned!
RC4G* presents ROCK BLOCK!, a drop-in, after-school music program running on the 4th Thursday of each month – FREE


Nov
25
Sat
Precarious Festival, Salon des Refusés
Nov 25 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Saturday, November 25, 12-6pm at Star X
Salon des Refusés: Visual art by Tara Azzopardi, Jerm IX, Lyall Brownlee,
Rose Katarina Fortin, Daniel Crawford, Leigh MacDonald, Hartley Stephenson
Curated by Paulo Fortin and Annie Jaeger


Precarious Festival, Crime City!
Nov 25 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Saturday, November 25, 8pm and 9:30pm at TTOK
Crime City! Taking inspiration from the radio serials of the 1950s, Crime City is a
monthly stage show featuring live sound effects, original music and performances from Peterborough’s top comedic talent (including Mike Judson, Marsala Lukianchuk, and Kenn Gibb, among many others). Now in its third season, each episode is recorded live before an audience, and then made available as a podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and SoundCloud (with sound production by Adam Martignetti). Like a little wordplay with your hijinx?
Crime City is the town for you! – $10


Nov
26
Sun
Precarious Festival, Invisible
Nov 26 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Sunday-Tuesday, November 26-28, 8pm at TTOK
Invisible This new work by Eryn Lidster is an experiment in foregrounding a
theatrical rehearsal process. A collaborative work-in-progress, Invisible is inspired by the interwoven challenge and magic of synergistic artswork, and features the multi-talented
Annie Jaeger, Daniel Smith, Robyn Smith, Lindsay Unterlander, Samuelle Weatherdon
and Ryan Kerr. $15 or Pay what you can.


Precarious Festival, Show and Tell Poetry Series: KEYBOARDS! 
Nov 26 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Sunday, November 26, 8pm at The Garnet (231 Hunter St W)
Show and Tell Poetry Series: KEYBOARDS!  A monthly typewritten and live poetry show with Justin Million


Nov
27
Mon
Precarious Festival, Invisible
Nov 27 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Sunday-Tuesday, November 26-28, 8pm at TTOK
Invisible This new work by Eryn Lidster is an experiment in foregrounding a
theatrical rehearsal process. A collaborative work-in-progress, Invisible is inspired by the interwoven challenge and magic of synergistic artswork, and features the multi-talented
Annie Jaeger, Daniel Smith, Robyn Smith, Lindsay Unterlander, Samuelle Weatherdon
and Ryan Kerr. $15 or Pay what you can.


Nov
28
Tue
Precarious Festival, Invisible
Nov 28 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Sunday-Tuesday, November 26-28, 8pm at TTOK
Invisible This new work by Eryn Lidster is an experiment in foregrounding a
theatrical rehearsal process. A collaborative work-in-progress, Invisible is inspired by the interwoven challenge and magic of synergistic artswork, and features the multi-talented
Annie Jaeger, Daniel Smith, Robyn Smith, Lindsay Unterlander, Samuelle Weatherdon
and Ryan Kerr. $15 or Pay what you can.


Nov
30
Thu
Precarious Festival, Festivus Rattus Rattus 2035!
Nov 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Thursday-Saturday, November 30-December 2 at 8pm,
with a 2pm matinee on Saturday at TTOK

Festivus Rattus Rattus 2035!  The Nervous System brings you a new take on The Pied Piper, bringing this dark fable of betrayal and terrible loss to a near and all-too-plausible
future. Featuring Derek Bell, Brad Brackenridge, Sylvie Dasne, Naomi Duvall, Rob Fortin, Ryan Kerr, Shannon McKenzie, Mike Moring, Susan Newman, Robyn Smith, Kate Story.
$15 or pay what you can. Not particularly recommended for children.


Precarious Festival, Show and Tell Poetry Series: STPS Showcase
Nov 30 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Thursday, November 30, 8pm at The Garnet
Show and Tell Poetry Series: STPS Showcase, featuring Rob Winger, Janette Platana, and Joseph Cassidy-Skof


Dec
1
Fri
Precarious Festival, Festivus Rattus Rattus 2035!
Dec 1 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Thursday-Saturday, November 30-December 2 at 8pm,
with a 2pm matinee on Saturday at TTOK

Festivus Rattus Rattus 2035!  The Nervous System brings you a new take on The Pied Piper, bringing this dark fable of betrayal and terrible loss to a near and all-too-plausible
future. Featuring Derek Bell, Brad Brackenridge, Sylvie Dasne, Naomi Duvall, Rob Fortin, Ryan Kerr, Shannon McKenzie, Mike Moring, Susan Newman, Robyn Smith, Kate Story.
$15 or pay what you can. Not particularly recommended for children.