toronto events july 3

Radar: Dazed and Confused Screening at Dundas Square, Beauty & The Beast, Osgoode Hall Summer Tours

FILM | Dazed and Confused
Get a little hazed in Dundas Square while watching Dazed and Confused on the big screen as part of the free outdoor screening series in the city centre. Taking place each week this summer, Yonge-Dundas Square welcomes anyone with a chair and a love of film to watch movies amidst the flashing lights and chaos of the intersection famous for its tourist appeal and retail stores. Tonight, catch the 1993 high school stoner flick set in 1973 and starring Jason London and Matthew McConaughey. The screen will "light up" Dundas Square around sundown.
Yonge-Dundas Square 9PM Free

THEATRE | Beauty & The Beast
The childhood classic Beauty & The Beast comes alive with fairytale magic in the musical opening at the Four Seasons Centre tonight. Director Rob Roth's rendition of the traditional tale is currently on tour and stops in Toronto for the better part of July. Starring Emily Behny and Dane Agostinis as the Belle and her beast, the Broadway tale as old as time features Academy Award-winning music from the animated film, by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice. The show closes July 22nd.
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts (145 Queen Street West) 8PM $63-$150

HISTORY | Osgoode Hall Summer Tours
Osgoode Hall was built in 1829 and now represents an intersection of architecture and law that history buffs in Toronto have always enjoyed. Opening its doors today for the beginning of daily summer tours in and around the premises, history lovers will be able to see inside the hall, which currently houses the Law Society of Upper Canada and the highest courts of Ontario--otherwise restricted areas to the public. This free tour features a look inside the Great Library, Convocation Hall, a Victorian courtroom and the atrium. The tour lasts one hour and is offered to a maximum of 20 people.
Osgoode Hall (130 Queen Street West) 1:15PM Free


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