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Today in Toronto things are about to get a lot sassier. Shake off your Monday blues with a Britney Spears dance class! It's called Britneyfied and it's at the AfroLatino Dance Company. If you join in, you'll learn the Britney basics to move your way sensually through the rest of the week.
Britney kind of stopped moving for a couple years, but lately she's been back with such force that it's a workout just watching her. This pay-what-you-can class at Toronto's AfroLatino dance studio is a one-night-only affair where you'll learn all the essential Brit moves. Part of the funds raised will go to SickKids.
Toronto's bubbling hip hop prince Tory Lanez will be joined by special guests Jacquees and Kranium & V for this stop on his I Told You Tour at Rebel.
With big hits like "Luv" and "Say It," this will be one hot night down by the waterfront.
By stripping Handel’s music down to its barest essentials, Electric Messiah lets four singers, accompanied by guitar and electronics, explore a selection of the work’s most popular movements through the lens of their own unique styles and cultural backgrounds. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are $15.
This is a trivia party run in conjunction with Toronto's Geekalicious and Good Game Bar to test your video game knowledge. Whether you drove a carriage across the Oregon Trail until you died of dysentery or preferred to sit back and command your Ultralisks to plow through your enemy, there's something in this week's trivia for everyone. Bonus: the Good Game Bar now has snacks on the menu.
Bacardi is hosting this pop-up holiday tree lot and rum bar on December 5 and 6 in the alleyway adjacent to Brasaii. It's a cash-only lot, but pricing is easy. It's $20 for large trees and $10 for small ones while quantities last. There'll also be free Bacardi cocktail samples on site, so bring a DD.
Get ready for a special double bill of music at Burdock on a Monday night! Robin Dann's Bernice and Rallidae both perform. Expect lots of horns, new jazz inspirations, and pretty melodies during this laid-back might of music.
Toronto Market Co.’s Union Station Holiday Market showcases unique merchandise from specialty retail vendors, artisans, designers, food merchants and cultural institutions inside Union Station. The market is open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day and admission is free.