Radar: April 1st, 2009
Toronto events on the Radar for WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
I swear these are ALL legit events. I swear.
(Happy April Fool's Day, all.)
MUSIC | Los Campesinos
Get ready for some solid pop and attractive accents as Cardiff, Welshers Los Campesinos hit the east side with fellow British music mates Sky Larkin.
The Opera House, 735 Queen Street E. (416) 466-0313.
8pm / $15
FASHION + ART | One Of A Kind Spring Show And Sale
The One of a Kind show and sale brings unique crafts, fashions, jewellery, and decorative trinkets together for one massive shopper's paradise. Runs to April 5th.
Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes' Boulevard.
11-10pm / $12, $10 advance, $6.50 seniors + students, FREE under 12
ART | JK LOL
A group art show highlighting humour on the funniest day of the year. Featuring artists from Canada, USA, and the United Kingdom. Young Wife and The Boogieman will be providing the musical entertainment while you ROFL. Runs to April 10th.
Studio Nine Gallery, 1400 Queen Street E.
6-9pm / FREE
ART | Pop Goes The Cowboy
The Liberty Boot Co. displays their cowboy boots alongside A. Shay Hahn's paintings inspired by the cowboy lifestyle. Rattlesnake Choir sets the mood with some country-tinged tunes. Yee-haw.
The Cameron House, 408 Queen Street W. (416) 703-0811.
6-9pm / FREE
FILM | Free Screening: Observe and Report
Not yet exhausted by another Seth Rogen movie? Join the rush line for a free screening of Observe and Report, where Rogen plays a mall security guard hell bent on defending his turf. Certainly not Oscar material, but hey, it's free.
Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue. email@example.com
730pm / FREE
FOOD | Tastes of Tomorrow Culinary Club: Sugar Pull
If you're into sweets and playing with your food, this sugar pulling demonstration may make you feel like a kid again.
George Brown Chef School, Room 112, 300 Adelaide Street E.
630pm / $10
PARTY | 2nd Annual Gravity Wave April Fool's Spectacular
A variety night of indie fun with hypnotist Robert Maxwell, Gravity Wave, a video by Kirsten White and Jared Sales, and Tom McCammon's "Colour Bars".
Habesha Club - upstairs, 875 Bloor Street W.
830pm, 8pm doors / $7
STAGE | The Misanthrope
Red Light District and Mirvish Productions presents MoliĂ¨re's best known work, The Misanthrope -- a comedy of aristocrats, put-downs, and humiliation. Previews tonight and runs selected dates between April 3rd-26th. See website for details.
The Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen Street West. (416) 531-5042.
9pm / $10 preview
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