Who is the mysterious Bartholomew S.? This the questions participants in the Bata Shoe Museum’s first ever original theatrical production will be seeking to answer.  Intimate groups will be drawn into an immersive retelling of an encounter that takes place in, and had been inspired by, one of the galleries of the Bata Shoe Museum. These stories are each told by diverse individuals and take place in different environments, countries and epochs. At the end of the evening participants are then left to answer a question: is Bartholomew S. a real person, or merely a legend? 
Join us for an evening at the museum like you have never experienced.  This original play by Italian born, Toronto-based playwright Daniele Bartolini, runs for the four Fridays in February.  Don’t miss your chance to walk in “The Last Seven Steps of Bartholomew S.” at the Bata Shoe Museum! 
http://www.batashoemuseum.ca/tickets/

Who is the mysterious Bartholomew S.? This the questions participants in the Bata Shoe Museum’s first ever original theatrical production will be seeking to answer.  Intimate groups will be drawn into an immersive retelling of an encounter that takes place in, and had been inspired by, one of the galleries of the Bata Shoe Museum. These stories are each told by diverse individuals and take place in different environments, countries and epochs. At the end of the evening participants are then left to answer a question: is Bartholomew S. a real person, or merely a legend?

Join us for an evening at the museum like you have never experienced.  This original play by Italian born, Toronto-based playwright Daniele Bartolini, runs for the four Fridays in February.  Don’t miss your chance to walk in “The Last Seven Steps of Bartholomew S.” at the Bata Shoe Museum!

http://www.batashoemuseum.ca/tickets/

The Bata Shoe Museum is honoured to lend some artifacts from our collection to a new retrospective of the work of the great shoemaker Roger Vivier. From October 2 to November 18, 2013, 140 of his legendary creations will be on show at the Palais de Tokyo. This gives us an opportunity to revisit some of our favourite Vivier’s from our collection which we had on display in our 2012 exhibition “Roger Vivier: Process to Perfection”!