Cheap Theatre in Toronto the Week of December 20th

Five Shows Under $25 in Toronto this Week

Live theatre shows in Toronto with ticket prices of $25 or less, playing the week of December 20th, 2016. Perfect for the budget-conscious theatre-goer. Our selections this week are filled with laughs, puppetry, solstice celebrations, and even a sing-A-long! Check them out below the cut.

Fun Palace 3Penny Holiday Variety Show. (The Fun Palace). Themes and songs from Bertolt Brecht’s Threepenny Opera are performed by Melissa D’Agostino, Richard Feren, Sedina Fiati, Matthew Reid and others. Opens Dec 20 and runs to Dec 28, Tue-Wed 8 pm. $15. At Burdock. Show Info.

Tea at the Palace. (Puppetmongers Theatre). The annual spectacle of puppetry and music for families & ages 5 to 105 features two folktales told in old Russia about justice, humanity and compassion. Opens Dec 21 and runs to Dec 31, Dec 21 & 28 at 7 pm, Dec 26-31 at 1 pm. $15. Post-show Puppet Making Workshops on December 26, 27, 29 & 30 for kids 5-12 accompanied by an adult $10 per child. Pre-registration required. Show Info.

Heligoland: Sol Sacrifice. Henri Fabergé presents a theatrical solstice celebration on the 1820s island commune made infamous in Fabergé’s cult performance series Heligoland Follies. Dec 20 at 8 pm. $20, adv $15. At Owl’s Club. Show Info.

Sharron & George’s Super Fun Christmas Sing-A-Long. Cabaret diva Sharron Matthews and George Masswohl perform a holiday-themed variety show. Dec 19 at 7 pm. $25. At Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. Show Info.

Aladd’n His Cat Panto. Player presents the sixth annual holiday musical pantomime for young audiences. Opens Dec 16 and runs to Dec 31, Dec 16-17, 20-22, 27-30 at 7:30 pm, mat Dec 18 and 31 at 2 pm. $25, child $15, family 4-pack $60. At The Red Sandcastle Theatre. Show Info.

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  1. My wife and I are going to see an opera at Roy Thompson Hall on New Years Eve. We received tickets as a Christmas gift. Looking forward to it. Love Toronto culture.

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