Radar: May 18th, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY, MAY 18th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
COMEDY | Wilde Splendour
Improvisational comedy based on the stylish wit of Oscar Wilde, with special theatre guest Raoul Bhaneja (Hamlet, Helen's Necklace).
The Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor Street W.
9pm / $10
DANCE | So You Think You Can Dance Auditions
If you're under 30 and can think YOU can dance, strut your stuff for the popular CTV show's Toronto casting call. See website for registration info.
John Bassett Theatre, Metro Convention Centre, 255 Front Street W.
8am / FREE
OTHER | Canada After the Queen
Citizens for a Canadian Republic discusses the end to the monarchy in Canada, featuring guest speakers Peter Donolo (pollster, political strategist, and former Director of Communications to Prime Minister Jean ChrĂŠtien), Alan Park (comedian), and Randall White, PhD (author, policy analyst).
Metro Hall Rotunda, 55 John Street.
1-4pm / FREE
GAMES | Scrabble in the City
Scrabble in the City celebrates its 6th birthday, with a special Vic Day afternoon of games and special prizes at Kilgour's.
Kilgour's Bar Meets Grill, 509 Bloor Street W.
4pm-late / FREE
OTHER | Queen Victoria Day at Toronto Historic Museums
If you're not anti-monarchist and actually wanna celebrate the long weekend, visit the Scarborough Museum or Montgomery's Inn for an afternoon tea (12-5pm), or Gibson House and Fort York for more family-friendly fun and treats.
see website for locations and times
PARTY | Intervention Mondays 43
Lounge around with the city's artsies, space music, and Bay Of Creatures CD launch and listening party.
The Ossington. 61 Ossington Avenue.
10pm / FREE
For full listings, head on over to our events calendar.
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