After 15 years of consistently sold-out shows every month in bars in Toronto (and occasionally elsewhere), the Trampoline Hall Lecture series will be available as a podcast. This is a free party to launch the new podcast with host Misha Glouberman.
Wadjda is the first feature film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia and a story of a young girl living in a suburb of Riyadh determined to raise enough money to buy a bike in a society that sees bicycles as dangerous to a girl's virtue. It's also the first feature film made by a female Saudi filmmaker.
Nelson Sobral just celebrated two years of hosting the open mic night Monday's at The Painted Lady. He's helped out by the Monday Night Magic Band and a cast of talented people stopping by to share their talents. There's often a featured artist and everything begins at 10 p.m.
The Great Lakes Horror Company launches their first illustrated horror anthology, at Toronto’s historic Glad Day Bookshop and bar. Hosted by the amazing hairy and scary Allysin Chaynes, there will be readings, art and performance.
The exhibition opening party for the Dundas West gallery's artistic residency in Calca, Peru. Featuring a set by DJ BUD$ & work by Carol Klassen, Mekkin Fridriksson, Jamie Duncan, Lauren Hunter, Anah Shabbar and The Androgynborg.
Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival celebrates and promotes contemporary Canadian cinema and raises awareness of Canadian achievements in film. TIFF will be screening their selection of the top 10 Canadian features, shorts and student shorts of 2016 all week.
This is the first edition of a dance party in celebration of your favourite pop princesses and queens. The kickoff event celebrates Britney and her album Baby One More Time, which turns 18 this year. DJ Tom the Cable Guy will be spinning until the early morning and there's a $5 cover.
Ever partied in a room full of paper? Pulp paper party returns to this space on Geary Lane and turns it into a blue bin playground. It's an evening combining installation art, live music, dancing, and charity.