July 31 – August 1, 2022

A Black Girl In Love (with Herself)

Let your breakdown be your breakthrough

Ontario

Trey Anthony is back again for another outstanding night of fun and honest girl talk!

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Photo by S.Marche’ Photography

Event Info At A Glance

Price Overview: $25 – $95, Pay What You Wish

Venue Overview: Harbourfront Centre Theatre

Overview

As we continue to monitor the developments with COVID-19, we wanted to update you on our upcoming evening with Trey Anthony and A Black Girl in Love (with Herself). Scheduled initially on February 5–6, 2022, the event is now postponed until July 31 – August 1, 2022, at Harbourfront Centre Theatre.  

Individuals who have purchased tickets for the previous dates will be contacted and provided with options. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. 

The hilarious Trey Anthony returns to Toronto for two intimate and uplifting nights of honest girl talk. Focusing on love, relationships and family, this interactive and participatory show will have you laughing and crying, yelling “You go, girl!”.

Supported by TD Ready Commitment and the Government of Canada

About Trey Anthony

Trey Anthony is an award-winning writer, motivational speaker, and relationship/life coach. As the first Black woman in Canada to have a television series on a prime-time network, her work includes the plays ‘da Kink in My Hair  and How Black Mothers Say I Love You. Anthony’s life purpose is to empower women to live their best damn lives! Her new book, Black Girl in Love (with Herself), was published by Hay House in January 2021. Anthony is an adoption advocate and the proud momma bear to her son, Kai. In her spare time, she enjoys laughing at herself and all her antics and eating cupcakes! Follow her on her social media channels to learn more about her inspiring story.

Dates & Times

July 31
8pm

August 1
8pm

Venue

Harbourfront Centre Theatre

A mid-sized theatre with modular seating arrangements.

Indoors

231 Queens Quay West
Toronto ON M5J 2G8
Canada

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