We’re looking forward to seeing you at A Little Too Cozy!
Doors open at 7pm, and the performance begins at 8pm sharp. Please arrive by 7:30pm at the latest, because the security and access within television studios is… complicated.
Check your inbox for your electronic tickets from TicketLeap, which you can print or display to us on your phone/tablet for entry.
CBC Toronto, Studio 42 (Floor 10)
Entrance off 25 John Street
The entrance to CBC Toronto is on 25 John Street, just south of Wellington Street West.
The closest Parking Garage is on 200 Wellington Street: Impark and Spots Parking Inc.
The closest streetcar stop is on King Street West and John Street. CBC Toronto is about a 2-minute walk from the stop. By subway, St. Andrew Station is a 7-minute walk, and Union Station is 9 minutes.
There are bike racks along John, Wellington and Front Streets.
25 John Street’s entrance is fully accessible. Drive up John Street and stop for a direct drop-off if desired. Contact us if you have any questions.
Heading upstairs to Studio 42
Once you arrive at the Entrance of CBC Toronto, there is a bit of a process to get upstairs. We’ll be there to greet you at the door, scan your tickets, sign you in at security, and bring you to Studio 42 by elevator. This can take about 10 to 15 minutes, so be sure to give yourself enough time to get here.
We recommend arriving at the doors no later than 7:30pm to avoid lineups.
What to expect
Pre-show chats with Stephan Bonfield
May 14, 17, 18, 20, & 21 at 7:30pm
Curious about our spin on Mozart? Join music lecturer and performing arts journalist Stephan Bonfield (Calgary Herald, Musical Toronto) for our intimate pre-show chats in the bar/lounge of Studio 42.
In keeping with the AtG spirit, there will be a cash bar at the venue: $7 wine, $6 beer, $1 water.
Smartphones on and out!
Take photos and live-tweet before, during, and after the show! (Just no audio or video recording, please.) Use the hashtags: #ALittleTooCozy, #TeamDora, #TeamFelicity and tag @atgtheatre.
This venue is incredibly cool and our floor has a CBC Comedy Wall of Fame featuring such luminaries as SCTV, The Kids in the Hall, Martin Short and the one and only Mr. Dress Up.
My friend/date/co-worker wants to come!
That’s great! Any unsold tickets will be available at the door on a first-come, first-served basis. But quantities are limited and we’ve turned people away in the past, so reserve your tickets ahead of time:
What to watch & read
Check out these articles and previews
A Little Too Cozy updates Mozart for the reality-TV world | The Globe and Mail
John Doyle: In defence of reality TV and so-called trash TV | The Globe and Mail
Mozart meets ‘Married At First Sight’: a fix for opera? | Maclean’s