Today: a panel on censorship, a play that explores womanhood, and a show by The Deer Tracks.
READING: As part of the 29th annual Freedom to Read Week, some notable speakers will discuss their real-life experiences with censorship. “Censored” features appearances from playwright Catherine Frid, feminist advocate Steph Guthrie (who was one of our 2012 heroes), and others. The Garrison (1197 Dundas Street West), 7 p.m., $7 advance, $10 door.
THEATRE: Next Friday is International Women’s Day, so pomme is french for apple comes at a very appropriate moment. The play, created and performed by Liza Paul and Bahia Watson, explores many aspects of womanhood. Young Centre for the Performing Arts (50 Tank House Lane), runs to March 9, 8 p.m., $15-30.
MUSIC: Sweden’s The Deer Tracks are in Toronto to promote their latest LP, The Archer Trilogy Pt 3, with a gig at the Silver Dollar. Check them out if you’re into similar Swedish electro groups, like Niki and The Dove. The show also features performances by Miss Elizabeth, Persian Rugs, and Slapback. You can listen to some of The Deer Tracks’ music here. The Silver Dollar (486 Spadina Avenue), 9 p.m, $7.
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