November 1, 2019 - November 2, 2019
This London Life
Hosted by Grand Theatre London
471 Richmond St, London, ON, Canada
November 1 at 8:00 PM
November 2 at 2:00 PM
This London Life is a story of identity—mistaken and otherwise—and how, sometimes, the worst of mistakes can lead to the best of outcomes. The Grand Theatre has commissioned Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Morris Panych to write a play that celebrates, examines, and pokes fun at the constant comparisons between our city and that other London across the ocean. Set in London, Ontario, a young British man wakes up and assumes he has landed home in England. A collection of unusually colourful characters are equally confused: Who is who and where exactly are we? This is a play about our city and life in the shadow of another London.
Open captioned. Wheelchair accessible seats are available on the main level. Accessible washrooms are located on all levels. Gender inclusive single transfer washrooms are available on the main level. Elevator access is available on all levels of the venue. Service animals welcome. Automatic door openers are available at the Richmond Street entrance. Designated accessible parking spaces are located in the surface lot behind the theatre, as well as multi-level parkades on Dufferin Avenue. More accessibility information is available on the Grand Theatre website.