Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto: CR Avery, Frankie & Johnny, Joseph Arthur, The Japanese House

Today in Toronto singer-songwriter and storyteller C.R. Avery launches his latest album of tales at Lula Lounge. Listening to this guy is like sitting around a campfire hearing some amazing stories with their own custom soundtracks. Perfect type of show to get you out of your apartment and your own head on a Monday night.

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    • November 28
      Storytelling singer-songwriter CR Avery presents his latest collection of songs at Lula Lounge. All the Angels Didn't Scare Me is his homage to unsung heroines and outsiders. It's part oral history and part social commentary all wrapped up in song. Tickets are $20 and the show begins at 9 p.m.
    • November 28
      Presented in partnership with Mamakas Taverna, this is a very special night of film and food where you’ll eat Mediterranean cuisine while watching a film about how a Greek restaurant becomes the setting for long-lasting romance and friendship. The film starts at 7 p.m. and is presented by the Food in Film group.
      Revue Cinema
    • November 28
      Holiday markets have taken over the city, and maybe they’re inspiring you to get on the other side of the table and be a vendor. Attend this free workshop to gain the tips and tricks you'll need to make your market experience and booth a success. Workshop starts at Noon.
      Artscape Youngplace
    • November 28
      This Ohio singer-songwriter is probably very happy to be visiting Toronto for a show. He’s been around for a while and his music is layered and loopy (literally, he uses multiple looping pedals). Doors open at 7:30.
      The Drake Hotel
    • November 28
      Step inside, grab a Mystery bowl with a friend and enjoy this Monday night variety show in Parkdale. It’s like a vintage 1960’s Hawaiian pinup calendar come to life with a fun, flirty and interactive show that starts around 8 p.m.
    • November 28
      Amber Bain is Japanese House and she’s from the UK. She describes her music as “a sad little puppy listening to Beyonce to cheer itself up.” It’s dreamy folk-pop kind of stuff and Bain is a very talented young woman. Perfect kind of live music Monday night jam.
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    Jesse Milns

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns

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