The Spoke is Outside the March’s monthly storytelling event. Inspired by The Moth in New York, every month we present true stories told live, based around a given theme.
"The End of Miss July" by Falen Johnson
A story of domestic strife and confetti-ed pornography from our "Feuds and Grudges" Evening.
"The Carnival Job" by Peter Pasyk
A story from our "Take This Job and Shove It" evening, in which Peter reflects back on his initiation into the seedy underbelly that is low-grade carnival crime.
"The Uh-Oh of Possibility" by Vanessa Smythe
The Spoke's own Vanessa Smythe tells a story about the three most important letters in early 2000s High School love - I.C.Q.
"The Finale" by William Ellis and Jordan Tannahill
A tribute story to the life and times of Kensington Market's Videofag, the first home of The Spoke. Told by Videofag creators and curators Will and Jordan.
"The Question" by Jake Epstein
Jake tries to answer one of life's universal, unknowable questions - "yo, you know Drake?"
"The Inner Space" by Izad Etemadi
by Izad Etemadi
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Amazing podcast. I normally don't listen to podcasts but this one is fantastic. Hilarious, heartwarming, and tearjerking stories, and sometimes all at the same time. Please add new episodes soon!
Best Toronto storytellers
The Spoke is an awesome live event in Toronto. They pick the best stories from those nights for this podcast. The storytellers range from big actors in Canada to paramedics to radio hosts. Highly recommended if you like The Moth.
Really like this podcast. Great theme song and I love how the episode are not too long. Can't wait for the next episode.