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Brenda Carol

Jazz vocalist Brenda Carol will be appearing at Morgan’s on the Danforth, 1282 Danforth Ave., just east of Greenwood, July 29, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Joining Carol will be pianist Stephen Gardner and jazz flutist Bill McBirnie. For more information visit brendacarol.com. For more information about the gig call Morgan’s at 416-461-3020.

The Children’s Peace Theatre, the award-winning Toronto community arts organization presents Eat It Up, Storied from the Core of the Matter, July 26 and 27 at 1 p.m., and July 28 at 5 p.m.
This gala performance is the culmination of the Theatre’s 12th annual summer theatre program, bringing together 65 children from across the city with 15 of Toronto’s finest professional artists. This summer the theme is food, focusing on consumerism, farmers’ rights, urbanization, organics, agribusiness and escalating food costs, all with the aim of discovering how food shapes our world and its conflicts. Director Liz Pounsett, along with musical director Brownman, promise stories demonstrating that what we eat not only defines our physicality, but out societies and our humanity.
Matinee performances are pay-what-you-can, and the July 28 performance costs $25 for adults, and $15 for students and seniors. Children 13 and under cost $10. For tickets call 416-752-1550.
The Children’s Peace Theatre is located in the beautiful verdant amphitheatre at the former Massey-Goulding Estate at 305 Dawes Rd.  For more information visit childrenspeacetheatre.org.

Relish Bar & Grill, 2152 Danforth Ave., just east of Woodbine, presents a great line-up of new up and coming singer-songwriters this summer. July 28 sees Chris Stang take the stage, followed on August 4 by the Trollblazers, and on August 11 with Nicky Balcou & Bentroots. James Clark will be appearing on August 18, followed on August 25 by Robert Chorney and David Lovegrove.
The music starts at 9:30 p.m. and there is never a cover. For more information call the Relish Bar & Grill at 416-425-4664 or visit relishbarandgrill.com.


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