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8 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today include free entry into the Royal Ontario Museum, a showcase of stunning pop culture fan art, a free comedy stand up show, and a concert by one of Toronto's biggest new bands.

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    • December 12
      To celebrate the reopening of the museum's heritage Weston Entrance, the ROM is opening its doors to the people of Toronto, offering free general admission from noon until 5:30 PM.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • December 12
      These rising stars bring their mellow, lovestruck indie pop to the Mod Club for four nights in support of their sophomore album, Antisocialites.
      Mod Club Theatre
    • December 12
      A free stand up comedy show goes down tonight on Toronto's west side, featuring some of the best in the scene. Cheap wings and drinks compliment the free/ PWYC admission.
      Duffy's Tavern
    • December 12
      A group of local and international artists celebrate movie franchises and other pop culture that changes their lives through unofficial but impressive fan works of art.
      #Hashtag Gallery
    • December 12
      Put your 80s pop culture knowledge to the test at the Stranger Things pub quiz. Your team of five will take on everything that made the Duffer Brother's sci-fi series such a thrill.
      The Beaver
    • December 12
      As part of the Middle East in Film series, catch Le Grand Voyage, the story of a Moroccan French teenage boy and his father on a treacherous road trip to Saudi Arabia, presented with English subtitles.
      Toronto Reference Library, Beeton Hall, Main Floor
    • December 12
      Juno Award winning singer, speaker, Indigenous drummer and wisdom-keeper Brenda MacIntyre brings her soulful singing and storytelling to Union.
      West Wing, Union Station
    • December 12
      Winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, Somewhere is an art film about the redeeming power of family ties, being screened in Canada for the first time ever.
      TIFF
    Lead photo by

    Gregory Thiell

Lead photo by

Gregory Thiell


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