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The top 5 free events in Toronto: March 21-27 2016

Free events in Toronto this week include live music performances, comedy shows and a few other events that'll prevent you from dipping into your savings account.

Here's a roundup of free events in Toronto this week.

Montreal Takeover Poutine Party (March 21)
Join 86'd Mondays' host Ivy Knight for a poutine party featuring the eats of Montreal chefs Danny Smiles (Le Bremner) and Marc-Alexandre Mercier (Hotel Herman's). There's sure to be plenty of samples up for grabs, so try to keep the rest of your meals low-sodium.

Shoeless Mondays (March 21)
This week Hidden Hierarchies, The Tired Flames and Sarah Wickett will be playing sets from 9 p.m. onwards at the Horseshoe. Expect to find the crowd full of new music lovers. Dave Bookman's Nu Music Nite isn't happening this Tuesday, so if you want to catch a show, Monday's the night.

Comedy on College (March 22)
In desperate need of a good laugh? Brighten your week by heading to Pour Boy on College for this week's installment of Comedy on College. The pub grub here is good quality and under the $10, if you've got some change to spare.

That's How I Remember It Live (March 23)
If you're a podcast junkie, head to The Ossington on Wednesday night to catch a live recording of That's How I Remember It. As per usual, the show's cast will turn an audience-suggested movie into a fully improvised radio play with the help of a few special guests.

Gladstone Presents: Katie McBride & Noble Oak (March 24)
If you didn't get your free music fix on Monday, hit up the Gladstone Hotel on Thursday evening. Katie McBride and Noble Oak will be gracing the stage, providing you with some cost-free entertainment.

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Photo via Sarah Wickett's Facebook page.


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