toronto events march 7 2013

Radar: Citizens!, Masta Killa, Best in Show, Odyssey The Musical, U of T Caribbean Film Festival

Toronto events on March 7, 2013

MUSIC | Citizens!
London's Citizens! are fresh off a European tour and ready to make their North American debut. Having their debut album produced by Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos is surely a good start and the result is Hear We Are, an indie rock record that is classically British in the best way. Playing their Toronto debut at Wrongbar tonight, Citizens! are sure to be fun, pop-y and indie all in one five-piece outfit. Tickets available at the door.
Wrongbar (1279 Queen Street West) 8PM $15

MUSIC | Masta Killa
Wu-Tang Clan's Masta Killa is one of the many members of the Clan to branch out in recent years, playing solo shows in Toronto. Performing music from his solo albums, including 2012's Selling My Soul and works from his upcoming fourth record, Masta Killa plays the Mod Club tonight. Joining the Brooklyn rapper will be Loren Whittingham, Black Market Underground, Taigenz, and Lyricks. Tickets are available through TicketScene, Play de Record (357 Yonge Street), and Scarborough's Ecko Clothing store (300 Borough Drive).
Mod Club Theatre (722 College Street) 8:30PM $15

ART | Best in Show
Curator James Hewitt showcases rising talents in Toronto's art world with Best in Show, an exhibit opening at the Gladstone Hotel. Contemporary artists who employ traditional artistic style with imaginative new technique will display at the show. Names include Mike Wirth, Piotr Adas, Brian Rideout and Olenka Kleban along with many more. The show is free with a special reception taking place at 7PM tonight.
Gladstone Hotel, 4th Floor Gallery (1214 Queen Street West) 7PM Free

THEATRE | Odyssey: The Musical
Homer's epic Odyssey takes a turn with musical accompaniment and lyrics by U of T's Victoria College student Khamsina, who stars in the title role. Odysseus' struggle to remain alive on his journey back from Troy is amplified with original music and lyrics in this Tom Osborne-directed performance. Opening tonight at the Bader Theatre, tickets to this rock opera can be purchased through the U of T box office.
Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles Street West) 8PM $12

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