Tag Archives: true stories

Chris Ryan Graham on Etiquette. So funny and charming. (VIDEO)

24 Mar

Chris Graham is a fan of etiquette. He finds it so powerful, he attempts to use it to save an ailing date. The results are… well, you’ll see.

I think my favourite part is the *meaning* behind the way he says the word “denim”.

Follow Chris Graham on Facebook, here: https://www.facebook.com/thecrg

Please join our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/truestoriestoronto/

Next show is Tues April 28th. More HERE.

Thanks to Daryn from GreenMajority.ca for making the video!

VIDEO! Connie Tsang tells of being shy, loving SNL and the risk of second hand clothes buying

21 Mar

Thanks to Daryn from GreenMajority.ca, we now have videos of our stories!

The first is this from Connie Tsang:

A shy young lady, after years of being in love with Saturday Night Live, gets her first job in TV – on reception at a production company.
Would her terror of speaking on the telephone become a problem?

See Connie Tsang’s (AMAZING) photos over at http://connietsangphotos.com

and follow her on Instagram at http://instagram.com/conniemtsang

Don’t forget – next show is Tues 28th April at The Garrison – see Next show is Tues April 28th. More HERE. for details.

Next show for True Stories Told Live, Weds July 30th! The Garrison, Dundas St W

16 Jul

Please do join our facebook group:

It’s at last summer! And the universe so far is gifting us with it not being oppressive. Why not come and enjoy some balmy, funny, sad and – at least in one case – really quite shocking stories?

Doors open 7.15pm, stories start 8pm sharp.
(latecomers admitted very quietly)
We’ll finish around 10pm


Weds July 30th @ The Garrison, Dundas St West @ Ossington Ave.

FREE ENTRY (no tickets required)

Turns for this month:

Daniel Davidzon
Deborah-Ann Armstrong
Andrew Jones
Rhiannon Archer and
Lisa Pijuan-Nomura

Hosted by me, Marsha Shandur

It’s a really lovely night. The stories can have a lovely effect and often stay with you for days afterwards. It’s the kind of night where you can come on your own with a book – people always do.

If you want to come early and grab some food, The Lakeview diner (est 1932) is a few steps away, with the best shakes and sweet potato fries in Toronto. Also, The Garrison has TACOS.

Free entry. You’ll need to get there early to get a good seat (latecomers usually have to stand at the back)

See you there!


PS if you’re on Facebook, there’s an event you can join and share here: