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SATURDAY 23RD MARCH 2019
A THING TO DO THIS SATURDAY

in TORONTO
Price: $12 (adult)
Time: 90 mins
The world's largest collection of vaudeville scenery is housed in the last operating Edwardian double-decker theatre in the world: the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre, at 189 Yonge St in Toronto. Take a tour of the building at 11am and find out more about this landmark of theatre construction.
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