Radar: April 2nd, 2009
Toronto events on the Radar for THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
FOOD + WORDS | St. Lawrence Market Customer Appreciation Night and Feast of Authors
St. Lawrence Market extends its hours tonight for an invite-only customer party, with live music and complimentary food. Obtain invitations in advance from your favourite St. Lawrence Market vendor today. If you miss out, head over to the North Building for a free literary smorgasbord at Feast of Authors.
St. Lawrence Market
7-9pm / FREE
STAGE | Glengarry Glen Ross
David Mamet's Pulitzer-Prize-winning play about four smarmy real estate agents fighting for a limited number of jobs. How appropriate. Opens tonight, runs to May 9th.
Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 55 Mill Street, Bldg 49.
730pm / $28-45
ART | What Women Want
An international photography collection studying the split female psyche in lust. Exhibiting photographers include Noah Kalina,Yuri Dojc, Diana Sheuemann, Leanne Eisen, and Talia Shipman. Opening reception tonight, runs to May 11th.
Dessinee Gallery, 2470 Yonge Street.
630-9pm / FREE
ART | NYC Retro
Art inspired from Project 165's recent NYC Roadtrip. The night promises live performances, video, interactive art, and a live tattooing of roadtripper Karol Orzechowski, funded by his NYC tattoo fundathon.
Project 165, 165 Augusta Avenue.
6pm-late / FREE
COMEDY | The Boom Show
Sketch comedy troupe The Boom! returns for show #14, with guests Barry Taylor, Winston Spear, and Andrew Chapman.
Supermarket, 268 Augusta Avenue. (416) 840-0501.
830pm / $5
DANCE | Ballet Creole: TRANS-formation
Ballet Creole performs as part of Harbourfront's NextSteps series, combining contemporary dance with African and Caribbean drum music. Runs to April 4th.
Fleck Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W.
8pm / $35, $25 seniors + students
SPORTS | Pillow Fight League: Jackpot!
Fighters whip and swing pillows in a special jackpot tournament. Hard rock band Diemonds end the night of fighting at midnight.
Wrongbar, 1279 Queen Street W.
930pm, 8pm doors / $10 advance, $12 doors
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