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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week will enrich your life without breaking the bank. There's a Brazilian concert inside an antiques bazaar and an immersive art and music show in the basement of the Great Hall, so get out there and save at the same time.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • May 10-14
      Catch a live Afro Brazilian percussion show from Pernambuco Brazil inside this antique market and bazaar space. There will be a jam session after the show, so bring your own percussion instrument to get down.
      1550 Dundas St. West
    • May 9-30
      Ever wanted be the main character in your own animated video? This course teaches the basics of pixilation and stop motion animation for free.
      Sony Cente for the Performing Arts
    • May 11
      This is a free, immersive alternate art show and concert happening for one night only in the basement of the Great Hall. Be sure to RSVP online to get in.
      The Great Hall Toronto
    • May 11
      Varsity Comedy returns to the Gladstone with a stacked lineup. The show starts at 8 p.m. with funny people like Hoodo Hers, Kevin Matviw, CBC's Anna Gustafson and more.
    • May 12
      Spend a night immersed in poetry and music with performances from poets, artists, novelists and musicians. Seán Haldane will debut new material starting at 8 p.m.
      Gallery 345
    Lead photo by

    Nicoli OZ Matthews

Lead photo by

Nicoli OZ Matthews


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