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Take a Walk on the Wildside



We don't organize formal events at Wildside. Members make their own plans with each other.

Join the club at Wildside! $50/year $15/visit
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Past in 2012 and coming up in 2013 are the
Wildside Halloween Party Get Ready Parties

Saturday October 26, and Thursday Oct 31, 201

Halloween Get Ready Party
Here is Ginger at Halloween 2006


Want to reminisce?

Here are some past events at Paddys Playhouse:

See Our Fabulous Series - Acting Like A Girl (click on it!)

Saturday May 15 2007 at 8 pm

Paddys Playhouse at Wildside presented a play by Helen Posno


What You Cooking?

starring Peter Lynch, Linda Carter and Philip Cairns

  Photo Shoots of Some Past Events at Wildside

Holly Woodlawn Meets the Press

Alejandro Jodorowsky Karaoke Party


July 2007
Thanks to the wonderful writers, cast and crew of

Lip Sync


Paddys Playhouse
Presents the off-Broadway and WeHo (West Hollywood) hit:
"When friendship and music come together, the results can be therapeutically hilarious"

A Melo-Comedic Situation Play by
E. Robert Dunn & Mario Locicero
in its Canadian debut at 

Paddys Playhouse, 161 Gerrard St. East., Toronto, ON
From July 5th - 21st 2007   
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Evening performances at 8 PM

Eston Dunn, Iain Sanderson, Samir Muriani, Yolanda Simone, Michael Symonds,
Garth Johnson and Mike Tighe

Tickets available for $15 at the theatre door as well as Take A Walk On The Wildside
(161 Gerrard St. East) and/or by calling Paddys Playhouse to reserve at 416-921-6112

"LipSync" is written by two Florida playwrights E. Robert Dunn and Mario Locicero and was performed by local talent in Fort Lauderdale before it’s Canadian Debut

The Toronto Production is being directed by Iain Sanderson,
also appearing in the role of Norman "Des" Desmondo.

Backdrops by renowned local artists Bill Pullen and Bruce Eves

Costumes and sets by Paddy Aldridge

Let's Go Back To Wildside