Radar: May 21st, 2009

Trailer for Tokyo!

Events on Toronto's Radar for THURSDAY, MAY 21st, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

DANCE | Berlin/Toronto Project
Toronto Dance Theatre presents new dance works choreographed by Berliners Felix Marchand and Christoph Winkler. Presented in association with the Goethe-Institut Toronto. Runs May 21st to 23rd and May 27th to 30th.
Winchester Street Theatre, 80 Winchester Street.
8pm / $26, $20 students + seniors

FESTIVAL | Over the Top Festival
Over the Top returns for its eighth year of showcasing new music, film, and theatre. The festival opens tonight with the premiere of White Lightnin', a screening of Michel Gondry's collaborative flick Tokyo!, Sebastian Grainger and the Mountains at Whippersnapper, and Clues at Sneaky Dee's.
various locations and times
$10-11

OTHER | Into the Wild
A monsterrific trading party, where you can unload and share your excess monster-themed toys and items with others. Snacks, fun, and more.
Magic Pony, 694 Queen Street W.
6-8pm / FREE

ART + PARTY | Old School vs. New School
Old school scratching and new school laptop blips meet in this spinning event/video art show, with DJs going head to head at The Ossington and Beaver. Presented by the Art Gallery of York University.
The Ossington, 61 Ossington Avenue.
The Beaver, 1192 Queen Street W.
10pm-midnight / FREE

FILM | My Bloody Valentine Cast + Crew Reunion
Rue Morgue presents a special screening of cult classic My Bloody Valentine as part of the Cinemacabre Movie Nights. Director in attendance.
Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor Street W. (416) 651-9675
930pm

MUSIC | The National at Koolhaus
Growling lead singer Matt Berninger and his bandmates hit the stage with another spellbinding live gig.
Koolhaus, 132 Queens Quay E. (416) 869-0045.
8pm / $24.50

MUSIC | One Night Live
Sting, Sheryl Crow, and Mr. Big from Sex in the City perform and raise money for Sunnybrook Hospital's Women and Babies Program.
Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay Street. (416) 870-8000.
730pm / $49.50-2500.00

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