Radar: February 13th, 2009
Top Toronto event picks for... oh, my gad, it's... FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 2009!
FILM | 2nd Annual Toronto Romanian Film Festival
For those of you who've had enough of Jason Voorhees, take refuge with Toronto-Romanian film lovers and discover once and for all that Romania is much more than Count Dracula. Bwa-ah-ah. Kicks off tonight with Boogie at the Bloor. Runs to February 15.
Bloor Cinema. 506 Bloor Street W, (416) 516-2331.
7pm / $15, $10 students / website
ART | art for chilled hearts: Whippersnapper Group Show
Whippersnapper presents a winter showcase of 25 emerging artists and their prints, drawings, and mixed media pieces (including an effective image display requiring 3D specs). Runs to February 27.
Whippersnapper Gallery. 587A College Street.
6-10pm / FREE or by donation / website
OTHER | Down the Rabbit Hole
The Augusta House transforms into a real-life, adult Wonderland with installations, paintings, videos, performances, and trippy DJ-artist collaborations.
Augusta House. 152A Augusta Avenue.
10pm / $7
MUSIC | Wavelength 450: Ninth Anniversary Festival
Wavelength's 9th anniversary party continues tonight with a fantastic genre-jumping line-up: Bonjay, Child Bite, The Magic, Steamboat, and my favourite experimental rockabilly kid Slim Twig.
Wrongbar. 1279 Queen Street W, (416) 516-8677.
9pm / $10 or PWYC / website
PARTY | Santa Cruz Forever: Valentine's Day Warm-up
Enlist the SCForever secret service, invite your secret crush, be crowned the Santa Cruz King and Queen, and live happily ever after. And if that fails, the party has psychics, cigarette girls, and a video make-out booth to keep your mind on other matters.
Captain John's. 1 Queen's Quay W, SantaCruzForever@gmail.com
10pm / $10 / website
STAGE | UC Follies: Urinetown
Second last night of Urinetown, a musical satire of one man's revolution against corporate greed.
Hart House. 7 Hart House Circle, (416) 978-8849.
8pm / $20, $12 students / website
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