Picture this: The year is 1926 and while prohibition is still in effect in Toronto, that hasn’t stopped host and powerful bookie Lefty Lovett from opening the doors to the hottest gin joint in the city. Add showgirls, gun molls, reckless teenagers and star-crossed lovers to the mix, and you have the Drake x Hogtown.

After transforming the Campbell House into a prohibition-era speakeasy last summer, Hogtown Collective has now teamed up with the Drake Commissary (128-A Sterling Rd.) to bring their immersive theatrical experience to the Junction Triangle. The show has been newly tooled and fashioned for the Drake Commissary and is designed to give each member of the audience a unique experience featuring live 1920s jazz, original choreography, food and refreshments.

The Drake x Hogtown is a one-night-only affair happening this Sunday, March 25th, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $80 and include an original Hogtown experience plus a cocktail-style strolling dinner.