Staged at Fort York National Historic Site, Spaciousness is a
compelling new theatrical experience that offers a tour like no
other. Be transported to the past to encounter a multitude of
characters who bring to life expansive stories of love, life, and
loss during the War of 1812. Then be brought back to present day
with a story of surviving conflict that encourages us towards
Traverse the grounds of Fort York and meet a cast of characters
while travelling from one historic building to another, becoming
immersed in stories of life during wartime.
Written by Ahmed Moneka and Nicky Lawrence and directed by Ahmed
Moneka, Spaciousness poses vital questions about conflict and peace
while focusing on lives lived through war and histories
traditionally obscured from this time and place. This new
theatrical work evolved from the Artist Mentorship program and is
produced in association with Incongruent Media.
Price: $30 +HST
Tickets may be available to purchase on-site, as space allows.
Same Day Tickets:
Online ticket sales end at 4 pm the day of the show. Please call
416-392-7484 for same day reservations after 4 pm.
This theatrical experience involves moving across the historic site
via paved paths, moving in and out of buildings, totalling
approximately 200 to 300 metres in length. Two building’s
staircases involve nine and 14 steps respectively. If you require
accommodation, please contact 416-392-6907 or
This theatrical experience contains stories of war, loss and death.
The recommended minimum age is 12 years.