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Today in Toronto: Huge Frank Sinatra tribute, Gilmore Girl-prov, Amadeus Choir

Today in Toronto there are a couple of gorgeous Christmas concerts, but Frank Sinatra steals the show. Lula Lounge is throwing a huge tribute to Frank with a big live band. It'll feel like you've been transported back to a 1950s club night when the Chairman of the Board ruled the world.

  • Events you might want to check out
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    • December 12
      Toronto's most congenial Western swing ensemble, together with a great big horn section, brings you the music of Frank Sinatra on his birthday. Tickets to this night that you won't be able to help sing along to are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
    • December 12
      Watch Gilmore Girlprov take on the new series! Together you can all take out your complicated emotions about A Year In The Life! The cast is thrilled to have new material and so it created a hilarious holiday show for the audience. As a bonus, there's half time trivia with host Chelsea where you can win snacks. If you get your tickets in advance, they're only $5 each.
      Comedy Bar
    • December 12
      This is your chance to see a free show at Roy Thompson Hall. The Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto's The Season of Joy presents this free noon hour choir show and concert. This is the show to see this time of year, but get there early as seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Doors open at 11 a.m.
      Roy Thomson Hall
    • December 12
      Hear seasonal songs and stories, including No Tongue Will Tally, written in 1974 by Harry Somers and Dr. Claude Bissell for the annual Christmas Gaudy at Massey College. Make merry and feel the holiday in your soul with food, drink, a silent auction and a very talented group of musicians and vocalists to entertain. Tickets for the festive event are $25.
      The Atrium
    • December 12
      This is a free screening of Vagabond, the film that won Sandrine Bonnaire her Best Actress César for her portrayal of the defiant young drifter Mona. It's a sparse, poetic stunner, and it also won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival. See a free screening of this forgotten classic inside the Reference Library.
      Toronto Reference Library 3rd Floor Hinton Learning Theatre
  • Ongoing events
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    • December 5-16
      Toronto Market Co.’s Union Station Holiday Market showcases unique merchandise from specialty retailer, artisans, designers, food vendors 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.
      Union Station
    • December 8-23
      This brand new Christmas market at Nathan Phillips Square might give the Distillery District a run for its money. This event, inspired by European Christmas markets, features artisans, food vendors, rides and of course, Santa Claus.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • December 8-18
      This is Nuvango Gallery's final show until it moves completely online, and it's going out with a bang. Bad Beti, an art show from Toronto's Hate Copy Babbu the Paineter, features work that depict the realities of growing up in two cultures. The show runs until December 18.
      Nuvango Gallery
    • December 10 - February 28
      A major highlight of this holiday market at the Brick Works this year is the huge winter street food market. It operates alongside the annual vendors' market and the holiday makers' market. Admission is free and everything is local.
      Evergreen Brick Works
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