Radar: May 20th, 2009

"Talk To Me" - Peaches

Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

STAGE | John/Yoko Bed Piece
40 years ago this month, John and Yoko staged their Amsterdam-Montreal bed-ins. Today, draft89 brings the historical moment to Toronto. Runs to June 7th.
Theatre Centre, 100-1087 Queen Street W
8pm / $25-38

MUSIC | Peaches at The Phoenix
Brash n' sexy Peaches performs in support of her new release I Feel Cream. Drums of Death open.
Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street.
8pm / $24.50

WORDS | Authors at Harbourfront Centre
Architectural experts Jack Diamond, Glenn McArthur, and Witold Rybczynski read and hold a discussion, as part of the 5th annual Festival of Architecture and Design.
Harbourfront Centre Studio Theatre, 235 Queens Quay W.
730pm / $8

MUSIC | Talking Songs with Les Mouches
Members of the now defunct Les Mouches (Owen Pallett, Matt Smith, and Rob Gordon) reunite to discuss their favourite songs, as part of Jamie's Area Talking Songs series. Organizers suggest attendees bring a blindfold to truly absorb the music.
Jamie's Area, 193 Augusta Avenue.
8pm / PWYC

PARTY | Simply Chic at Liberty Grand
A gathering of style, dining, dancing, and drinking, with proceeds going to the Pencer Brain Tumour Centre.
Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex, Artifacts Room, 25 British Columbia Road.
730pm / $275

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