Radar: July 15, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JULY 15, 2009 ... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
MUSIC | The Veronicas
Australian electro-pop duo the Veronicas are absolutely massive in their home country - with seven top ten singles and two albums released, twin sisters Jessica and Lisa Origliasso have definitely made their mark. Catch them live in a club setting before they blow up outside of Oz!
Circa, 126 John St / 8pm / $20
GALLERY | 'Til Ten at the Bata Shoe Museum
The Bata Show Museum is staying open late to let you experience a one of a kind night at the Museum, with new celebrity fashion galleries and exhibits, drinks on the patio, and a high-flying aerial performances by dance theatre group Anandam in the museum's 40-foot high foyer.
Bata Shoe Museum, 327 Bloor St W / 7pm-10pm
COMEDY | Carnegie Hall
Carnegie Hall takes a look at some of the best onstage improv scenes ever performed, with four of Toronto's finest comic minds coming together to celebrate the ordinary and glamorize the mundane in a modern twist on the variety show, featuring guest performers and musicians as well as a live, improvised radio play!
Bread and Circus, 299 Augusta Ave
MUSIC | The Zombies
The Zombies were best known for their two major hit singles, "She's Not There" and "Time Of The Season", which gained them enormous popularity from 1964 until their breakup in 1968. The band reunited in 2004 with most of the original lineup and has been touring and recording as "The Zombies" with great success.
Mod Club Theatre, 722 College St
COMEDY | The Jon Dore Television Show's Writers and Jon Dore of the Jon Dore Television Show Stand-Up Comedy
Canadian actor Jon Dore, of "I'm Jon Dore, thank you for watching television" fame, hosts his own stand-up comedy night at the Rivoli, featuring cast and crew members from his Comedy Network show "The Jon Dore Television Show". Expect the same irreverent, self-mocking sense of humour, up close and personal!
Rivoli, 332 Queen St W
GALLERY | 'Scapes: A Photographic Exhibit
Mark Siddall's latest exhibit features a series of beautiful photographs taken in a variety of wilderness and outdoor landscapes, his eye capturing the subtle nuances of the natural world around us.
Mark Siddall Gallery, 40 Wynford Dr / Opening Reception 6pm-10pm
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