Best know as a live music venue, Revival also houses a downstairs lounge and an italian and seafood inspired dinner menu.
The high demand brought Defending the Caveman into 2017
NEW dates: Jan 21th-SOLD OUT,28th-SOLD OUT, Feb 25th, March 11th, 18th, 25th
Defending the Caveman
Oct 14th, 29th-SOLD OUT, Nov 13, 18th-SOLD OUT, 19th-SOLD OUT, 25th,
Dec 3rd-SOLD OUT, & 17th-SOLD OUT
Defending the Caveman is a worldwide rock-solid tour de force and a Broadway’s history-making comedy phenomenon about the sexes. It holds the record as the longest-running solo play in Broadway history and is a worldwide phenomenon that’s won the hearts of millions in over 45 countries in 20 different languages (and counting!)
Caveman is a hilariously insightful play about the ways men and women relate. It has both sexes roaring with laughter and recognition. Many affectionate nudging goes on during the performance as audience members recognize themselves in the stories being told on stage.
Defending the Caveman is a peacemaker in the ongoing misunderstandings between men and women,
This time around, Caveman is in a cabaret style atmosphere with laughs and drinks galore.
Even MORE value! After the show on Fridays & Saturdays, you can stay for the D.J. ‘S dance show after 10 pm
Thinking to dine out? We got you covered for this too :) We negotiated discounts for you at two great restaurants in MAX 3 min walking distance - visit http://www.thecaveman.ca/dine.html
Prepare for a night-out that you will never forget!
Cave doors open at 6:30
Show times : for 2017 dates , Jan 21-SOLD OUT,28-SOLD OUT, Feb 25, March 11, 18, 25
6:30 pm -Cave and box-office open
7:30 pm-9:30 pmDefending the CavemanRunning Time
120 minutes (includes intermission)
Caveman or a Cavewoman- $30
CaveCouple- $50( $25 p/p)
CaveJunior( student) $15 ID required
CaveSenior 65+ $20 ID required
Tribe tickets 10 or more $20 please call 416-858-8464 or
General seating in the Cave. Tables are for 4+ persons. For parties of 4 and more, which purchased tickets separately pls call or email to assure seating together, after you purchase the tickets!
Iconic Canadian children’s musician and entertainer Fred Penner headlines Small Print Toronto’s 9th annual TOTSAPALOOZA festival of indie music, picture book authors and DIY crafts at the Revival nightclub, taking place on Saturday, February 4, 1pm, at Revival (783 College Street). Advance tickets at www.smallprinttoronto.org.
TOTSAPALOOZA 9 will also feature the launch of acclaimed Toronto artist-author Tyler Clark Burke‘s debut picture book Bill Bowerbird & The Unbearable Beak Ache! Montreal based creator Elise Gravel will share both of her celebrated new books, I Want A Monster! And The Cranky Ballerina. And award-winning author Andrew Larsen will inspire storytellers of all sizes with his latest picture book, A Squiggly Story (Kids Can Press).
Audience favourites The Movement Lab will be back to keep the crowd on their toes.
There will be healthy, handmade snacks. And books will be available for purchase and signing.
TOTSAPALOOZA sells out quickly each year. Get your tickets early at www.smallprinttoronto.org