The Tranzac, a bar just south of Bloor on Brunswick, is a favourite of Toronto's indie musicians. It also doubles as a watering hole and live performance venue.
Come celebrate National Poetry Month with the launch of Vallum Magazine's spring titles: Vallum 16:1 "Connections" and A. F. Moritz's Art of Surgery. The evening will feature readings by Moritz - Toronto's new Poet Laureate - as well as Ashley Hynd, Meg Freer, and more.
SAT APRIL 27, 2019 FROM 1-6 PM @ TRANZAC CLUB (292 BRUNSWICK AVE)
VENDOR SPOTS AVAILABLE: We have a number of tables being held for emerging BIPOC trans women, trans femmes, Indigiqueer and/or 2S artists. NO prior vending / zine experience necessary! DM or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tabling is FREE! There will also be free food catered for all vendors and volunteers (and food will ...
Please join All-Set! Editions in celebration of two new recordings: Songs of The Mike Smith Company and Pete Johnston’s Stranger Still ~ Songs of Bread, Wine and Salt: The Poetry of Alden Nowlan.
Two collaborative sets of music and song will commence around 10pm on Saturday April the 27th at Tranzac’s Southern Cross Lounge, 292 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto. Pay What You Can.
We'll be trading...
Toronto’s most diverse & brave poetry reading and open mic series
Featured poets: Michelle Hillyard & Fan Wu
Hosts: Bänoo Zan & Terese Pierre
Time: Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Place: Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2M7
Doors open 6:15 p.m.
Open-mic sign-up 6:30 p.m.
Show 7-10 p.m.
Michelle Hillyard spoken word poet, Bur...
The NAGs Players are pleased to present their production of Norm Foster’s Office Hours.
It’s 1998. Jean Chrétien is Canada’s Prime Minister and Alannis Morissette is still in the top 10 on the music charts. People are watching “Friends” on television, while Titanic and Shakespeare in Love reign at the box office. And in a big Canadian city on a Friday afternoon, six different stories are unf...
Rakestar Arkestra joins forces with the mighty Christine Duncan and her Element Choir to interpret beloved standards and anthems of Sun Ra, one of the most freely creative minds in jazz history.
Sun Ra was, and will forever be, a singular jazz visionary, born on planet Saturn, temporarily resident of this planet Earth. He led his Arkestra of devoted musicians t...