Archive for 'Jessica Buck'
Toronto's macabre lecture series launches its sixth semester on March 18
No matter what you're into, we've got you covered with our guide to the best year-end happenings in the city.
Revisit one of horror's most iconic films this Saturday at the Royal.
Check out our country's best horror movies at the Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.
New documentary takes a look at nature's most misunderstood bird.
Here's how to get your fill of gore, guts, and ghouls this October.
With an intriguing plot, fabulous visuals, and a talented backing orchestra, the ever-popular musical offers something for everyone.
The horror-focused event brought stars and terrors to Fan Expo 2014.
Your guide to enjoying the big night, without going bankrupt.
Today: free lunchtime dance from Ballet Creole, Miranda Mulholland starts a month-long residency at Cameron House, TV Trivia Night takes on Seinfeld, and much more.
In today's Urban Planner: Talking space rocks at ROMCafé, a discussion with people nominated for the Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, and The Pillowman premieres at The Propeller Gallery.
In today's Urban Planner: Get geeky with Science at the Movies, a Spotlight Japan dance showcase, and celebrate Black History Month with The Meeting at Hart House.
In today's Urban Planner: Talking about the future of Toronto, a special tribute to playwright Sarah Kane, Villains and Vixens shows the dark and sexy side of musical theatre, and three comedy troupes trade their material in Switch-Off.
In today's Urban Planner: A free dance performance by Peggy Baker, the inaugural That Was Great comedy show, Write Club returns, and Brazilian Dance at Harbourfront Centre.
In today's Urban Planner: a Valentine's Day concert with Jessica Stuart, the smokin' hot Love Letters Cabaret, and more.
Today: talking passion for your craft with photographer Tara McMullen, the Reel Paddling Film Festival, evening with director John Singleton, and more.
Today: Kevin O'Leary launches his new book, Dan Hill gets up close and personal, Steam Whistle debuts its February art show, and young opera stars shine in Mozart's La clemenza di Tito.
In today's Urban Planner: Cinema Politica explores the evolution of feminism, TV Trivia Night, and a panel on serious video games.