Our circus performers will make your event unforgettable.
WONDERS OF WINTER FAMILY FAIR
DECEMBER 16, 2023 • TICKETS ONLY $10
WONDERS OF WINTERLAND
at Artists’ Play
This magical Circus show will bring the wonders of winter to life!
FEBRUARY 3, 2024 • 7pm
FEBRUARY WINTER FAIR
At Artists’ Play
Enjoy circus performances, shop local Leslieville vendor booths, and sample tasty winter treats!
Thanks again for an awesome night! Your team was very helpful and I appreciated your fantastic performance…our guests really enjoyed that element
– ANIMAL JUSTICE event host
LOOKING FOR UNIQUE WEDDING ENTERTAINMENT?
AP Events can bring circus magic to your special day as you celebrate with your family & friends. Your event will be one that you and your guests will remember forever, as beautiful circus performers dazzle, amaze and even serve champagne from the air!
ABOUT ARTISTS’ PLAY
Artists’ Play Dance and Circus Arts offer dance and circus classes in Leslieville and Riverdale. Artists’ Play instills the love of dance and aerial arts with fun and safe training. Artists’ Play Dance and Circus Arts focuses on proper dance and circus techniques while fostering creativity and the love of performing arts.
ABOUT THE SPACE
Steeped in history and style, AP Events venue is the perfect backdrop for meetings and events. Exposed brick, expansive ceilings and an abundance of natural light help to bring any vision to life. From the main corridor, visitors are welcomed through a hallway featuring a skylight and original architectural features. With versatile spaces to accommodate a variety of set ups, the main theatre, mezzanine and studios can be customized to suit all types of events, rentals and celebrations.
As an added bonus, AP Events is pleased to offer in house world class entertainment options ranging from aerialists, hoop performers and dancers.
HISTORY OF THE SPACE
AP Events is located in the Carlaw Industrial Centre in the Leslieville community of downtown Toronto east. The original structure was home to Jefferson Glass Co. Factory, a major producer of Ontario blown and pressed glass in the early 1910s. The Jefferson Glass Co. specialized in light shades and illuminated signs and by 1918 it was also making about 35,000 light bulbs a day.After the mill moved away in the 1980s, the factory fell into disuse. The area’s multi-floor industrial buildings could not accommodate the latest production lines and new laws regulated pollution from heavy industries. The building was later refurbished and now houses many light industries and businesses including AP Events.