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10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today give you lots of options. Jerkfest kicks off another year of juicy chicken delights and Manifesto takes over the city. Summerworks is on and there's a new, all-female comedy show to see.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • August 9
      Hva the time of your life at this screening of the 1987 classic that starred a dashing Patrick Swayze and refused to put Baby in corner.
      Revue Cinema
    • August 9
      Harry Dean Stanton and Nastassja Kinski star in this exploration in to small town rural American life and the characters that occupy it.
      The Royal Cinema
    • August 9
      Folk, punk and heartland rock all come together for what these New Jersey rockers have dubbed "the '59 sound."
    • August 9
      Artist Cam Champ shows his Basquiat-inspired works that are a "pilgrimage through areas of concealed emotion, desire, struggle and memory."
    • August 9-12
      JerkFest is back and grilling up mountains of grilled chicken and other Caribbean favourites alongside games, music and dancing.
      Centennial Park
    • August 9-13
      Performance artist Fly Lady Di takes us on a journey into the human condition by mixing modern musical genres with Filipino folk dance.
      The Theatre Centre - Franco Boni Theatre
    • August 9-19
      New and experimental works take the spotlight with performers trying out different material, pushing boundaries and creating new audience experiences.
      Multiple Venues
    • August 9-19
      Ten days of arts, culture, and community kicks off with performances, workshops and competitions. It all ends with a free concert at City Hall.
      Multiple Venues
    • August 9
      New this year is the arrival of free outdoor movies in parkway Forest Park, beginning with a screening of the 2016 remake of Ghostbusters.
      Parkway Forest Park
    • August 23 - November 25
      A new all-female sketch comedy show looks to tackle the hassles of daily life as a woman under the oppression of the patriarchy.
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    Manifesto

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Manifesto


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