are spontaneous - they just happen - like magic!
Many wonderful people have come here and had a really good time.
Members and Guests get
together Saturday nights and other nights too -
they dress and go
on the time of year it may be busy or not.
Sometimes we sing Karaoke.
The Wildside store is open until 8
or 9 for shopping,
dressing up and makeup.
Sometimes we open for private shoppers
at other times.
We also get tired when we open at all hours so we sometimes need
close early to make up for this.
Call if you are coming late.
We serve a huge community. Most everyone is honest and nice.
Unfortunately some people are not honest.
What that means is we have become careful - more careful.
We do not let too many people in the store at one time.
We do not open the upstairs club to strangers. You need to be
a client, guest or member.
Basically we need to know who you are for you to be invited in
to the private club.
is for our and your safety.
Join the club at Wildside! $50/year $15/visit
You need to show ID
We are here for you!
Past in 2011 and coming up in 2012 are the
Wildside Halloween Party Get Ready Parties
Saturday October 27, and
Wednesday Oct 31, 2012
Here is Ginger at Halloween 2006
The safest thing is to get ready at Wildside and then everyone
goes out together and has fun.
They come back later and get out of drag.
Here are some past events at Paddys Playhouse:
Thanks to the wonderful writers, cast and crew of
Presents the off-Broadway and WeHo (West Hollywood) hit:
"When friendship and music come together, the results can be therapeutically
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
Eston Dunn, Iain Sanderson, Samir Muriani, Yolanda Simone,
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
"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
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