We're so pleased to offer this terrific alternative transportation method for our patrons and are delighted that long-time partner of The Shaw, Mary Morton Tours, has agreed to provide this important service.
(PRWEB) March 31, 2009
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario The Shaw Festival Theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario has introduced the Shaw Shuttle, a direct bus service for Toronto and Burlington area residents provided by Mary Morton Tours. The Shaw Shuttle will pick up individual patrons at the Days Inn, 30 Carlton Street in Toronto, the Islington Subway stop in Toronto and the Burlington Mall in Burlington, Ontario.
In announcing the Shaw Shuttle, The Shaw's Executive Director Colleen Blake said: "We're so pleased to offer this terrific alternative transportation method for our patrons and are delighted that long-time partner of The Shaw, Mary Morton Tours, has agreed to provide this important service."
For specific dates or to book transportation to one of the Shaw's Niagara-on-the-Lake events, contact Mary Morton Tours at 416-488-2674 or toll-free 1-800-263-5398. Along with transportation-only prices, there are all-inclusive theatre getaway packages and transportation packages available which start at $83. Lunch options are also available to add on.
Shaw Festival's 2009 Season offers an array of productions including George Bernard Shaw plays The Devil's Disciple and In Good King Charle's Golden Days; the entire Noel Coward series, Tonight at 8:30; and plays by Eugene O'Neill, Garson Kanin, and John Osborne. Find out more about The Shaw Festival season, by visiting their website at http://www.shawfest.com. The Shaw Festival website also features theatre getaway information, including everything from Niagara attractions to Niagara-on-the-Lake vacation packages for those planning to stay over.
Find out more about 2009 Shaw Festival schedule, call locally 905-468-2172 or toll free 1-800-511-SHAW (7429) or visit http://www.shawfest.com.
About the Shaw Festival
Inspired by the brilliance, bravery, humanity and humour of George Bernard Shaw, the Shaw Festival is a crucible of progressive and provocative ideas, which illuminate our understanding of today's world. The Shaw's playbill, centred on the era of Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), covers a diversity of views that shine light on different worlds during a period of extraordinary shift.
Please visit our website at http://www.shawfest.com for other Shaw Festival media releases.