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After much success, Gimme One Riddim is currently producing its third remount in less than one year at the Harbourfront Centre. For our next theatre appearance, a five-piece band is accompanying us! Producing a show of this nature is a great undertaking. We love what we’ve accomplished, but a larger show in a bigger venue requires more resources – we need your support.

We are seeking contributions to go towards producing our upcoming performances at the Harbourfront. All proceeds go towards paying cast and crew salaries, venue costs, set design, advertising, and publicity expenses. For your generosity we have some fun and rewarding perks.  Please donate to our Indiegogo Campaign. Visit this page to make your contributions today! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gimme-one-riddim-project

Harbourfront NextSteps 2014!

We are happy to announce that G.O.R will be a part of Harbourfront NextSteps 2013-14 Season! From March 27-29, 2014, we’ll be bring the full show back, along with more exciting ideas, inside the Enwave Theatre. NextSteps is one of Canada’s most celebrated dance series so we are delighted to be among a talented group of artists and companies from across the country. View the trailer for NextSteps below!

Audiences love Gimme One Riddim!

Thank you to all of our patrons that came out to view Gimme One Riddim at the Winchester Street Theatre!  We especially want to thank  Mr. Seth George Ramocan, Jamaica’s Consul General to Toronto for attending, to Jamaica National Building Society for sponsoring our opening night reception, and to our donors for supporting this project!  It was a huge success, with sold out house on Friday night.  The show was such a hit, that we are currently planning an ENCORE PERFORMANCE!  Stay tuned for details.

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School performances a hit with the students!

After performing at 2 high schools in the Greater Toronto Area, Gimme One Riddim has been a success with the students and faculty of the schools visited thus far.  Each assembly included a performance, a time for Q&A, and mini dance class to teach them some basic ‘ska’ moves!  Huge thank yous to William Lyon Mackenzie and East York Collegiate for having us as part of their black history month assemblies.  Check out the photo gallery on the Media page.  Don’t forget to purchase those tickets for the full length show at http://www.gimmeoneriddim.eventbrite.ca

Teaching ‘ska’ moves to William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate         DSC02251DSC02254Posing with the students at East York Collegiate!

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