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This is what the Hearn looks like for Luminato 2016

Toronto's Luminato Festival turns 10 this year, and to celebrate it has turned the once abandoned Hearn Generating Station into a massive arts hub. Shipping containers have been used to create a 1,200-seat theatre, while the power plant's old control room has been transformed into a venerable French restaurant. The overall effect is downright stunning.

Check out what the Hearn looks like for Luminato 2016.


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