A Technicolour Pop-up in Support of Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation Opens on April 17

imageMany Instagram pop-ups have popped up recently in Toronto including Happy Place, and HideSeek, offering fun, instagram worthy photo ops.


The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation has unveiled an immersive pop-up space, the Colour Club, in the heart of downtown Toronto. The space is designed by Tiffany Pratt, a designer, artist, creative director, author, speaker, television personality, podcaster and maker.


This technicolour pop-up-for-a-cause, called Colour Club is filled with whimsical vignettes that offer a photo-ready backdrop to capture the perfect colourful moment. Capturing the spirit of a vintage beauty parlour, the space is designed to inspire and raise awareness of the Foundation’s upcoming Colour To Conquer fundraising program, which launches in May.


Colour Club visitors will be transported into a world washed in bright hues, with cheeky nods to salons and styling for guests to discover and explore. Access to the Colour Club is on a first-come, first-served basis, and a suggested donation will be collected at the door.


Where: 128 Peter Street, Toronto
When: Open to the public April 17 to 27, 2019 | 12 to 7 p.m.
How much: Access is first-come first-served. Suggested donation upon entry.

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