Have some budding photographers in your family? Bring them out to one of our city’s most beautiful spots for a Photo Stroll, as part of High Park Nature Centre’s Family Nature Walks. Enjoy the fresh air and time with loved ones, and take pictures of the winter landscape—all while learning about the local wildlife and vegetation.
Bollywood is the force that brings two stories of self-exploration together in Same Same But Different. After her mother’s life is changed by a run-in with the world of Indian cinema, Aisha—a Canadian-born actress—realizes that she must face her prejudices about nationality and skin colour in order to rise to stardom.
In the aftermath of Valentine’s Day, it’s likely that you have romance on the mind. Spoken word artists Jennifer Hosein and Bänoo Zan definitely do, and they’ve joined up with singer-songwriter Tim Maxwell to present Love and Other Struggles. Using poetry, prose, folk, and blues music, they’ll both lament and revel in all matters of the heart.
Though it’s probably a few years late, Lunacy Cabaret is prepared to give you “the talk” that your parents shied away from. Its new show, The Birds and the Bees will touch on the sexiest life lessons, courtesy of some naughty burlesque dancers, sketch comedians, clowns, musicians, and other artists in a vaudevillian circus atmosphere.
Over the course of 15 years in stand-up comedy, Mark Forward has told his fair share of great and not-so-great jokes. To commemorate his career milestone, he’s decided to resurrect his best and worst bits from years past at Comedy Bar. If you’ve never seen him before, this is your chance to find out what you’ve been missing.