• March 13 at 2:00 pm
  • Spadina Theatre
Young Audience - Young Audience



How does it works ?

1 / RSVP here.
2 / Come and enjoy the film in its original version with the subtitles!


Why did we choose this film?

If you are going to see this film, you will need to be a child at heart. 

Children will be entertained by this adventure, which will make them laugh at times, with for example these two ridiculously clumsy gendarmes who go in search of Poly, giving a certain cheeky side. Then certain messages, hidden in the story, offer them a reflection on the relationship between man and animal in our time.



Cécile, 10, moves to the south of France with her mother. Integration with the other children of the village is not easy. When a passing circus sets up next door, Cécile discovers that Poly, the star pony, is being abused. She decides to protect him and organize his escape! Pursued by Brancalou, the disturbing director of the circus, and the mysterious Victor, Cécile and Poly embark on a run full of twists and turns, an initiatory journey and a beautiful story of friendship ...



Please note that in accordance with current health measures, proof of vaccination and an ID will be required at the entrance of the building. Wearing a mask is mandatory in our premises.

Health Measures:

  • Use the door on Spadina Road (glass door)
  • Buy/Book your tickets/RSVP online. No box office on-site!
  • Doors will open only 20 minutes before the event.
  • Doors will be closed 10 minutes after the beginning of the event.
  • Physical distancing has to be respected everywhere in the building.
  • Your seat will be selected and facilitated by a member of our team to ensure safe distancing.
  • Don't bring food and beverages.
  • Enjoy the event!
  • Take the exit on Lowther Avenue (Theatre door).

Please find all our information here. Merci and see you soon!


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Spadina Theatre
24 spadina road
M5R 2S7 Toronto, ON





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