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5 things to do in Toronto today

Today in Toronto there's entertainment aplenty with magic shows, new theatre productions, the on-going Design Offsite festival, and a huge rock show from a very popular Japanese punk band making a stop at Rebel.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • January 17
      One Ok Rock are a massive Japanese rock band coming to test out the sound system capabilities at Rebel. They have major YouTube hits, MTV Japan loves them, and they put on a thrilling show. This tour is in support of their latest album, Ambitions.
    • January 17
      Cocktails with a side of Magic? This Harry-Potter themed bar thinks so. Dan Trommater returns to The Lockhart and will go table to table for a front row magic experience that'll impress even the deepest of nonbelievers. The shows start around 7 p.m. and there's no cover.
      The Lockhart
    • January 17 - February 19
      Groundling Theatre Company presents their productions of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale and a new gender-twist production of Measure for Measure.​ ​Two great shows by local theatre companies in a beautiful, majestic setting.
      The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre
    • January 17
      British folk-rocker Keaton Henson rarely plays live, so this is going to be a treat. He released an album and book of poetry in 2015 and if you're lucky enough to catch this show, you'll hear songs from his previous three efforts as well.
      The Great Hall Toronto
    • January 17
      Head west to this Roncesvalles music spot to hear Fred Spek's camp Combo, swing polka cabaret. You'll experience original tunes TV themes, surf beats, assorted swingers and maudlin ballads. They've been dubbed "Hipster vaudeville."
  • Ongoing events
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • January 16-22
      From January 16-22, the Toronto Design Offsite Festival is Canada’s largest cultural celebration of design with over 100 exhibitions and events forming Toronto’s design week. The city-wide fest transforms Toronto into a hub for creativity, taking design and art out of the studio and into the urban sphere.
      Multiple venues across Toronto
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Nor Asyraf


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