If you can tell your Adams from your Arbus and your Lange from your Liebovitz, you just might find yourself yelling “photobingo!” at Gallery 44. The space will be transformed into an old-fashioned bingo hall, and five dollars will get you admission and three cards. There will also be cheap snacks and drinks, and proceeds from the event will go toward the gallery’s upcoming 35th anniversary publication.
Harness the help of the hive mind at Back Space Toronto’s Totally Tremendous Toronto Trivia Time. Five dollars gets you in the door, and, if you’re flying solo, they’ll draft you onto a team for the evening. If you can identify the literary device used multiple times in this post, you’ll do just fine as the English ringer for your group.
Five acts collaborate in Fables, a storybook-themed evening of music and performance at the Rivoli. Acts announced include Kitchener’s Hisland and Lethbridge-born, Toronto-based Amy Bronson. If it turns out to be as memorable as the organizers promise, you might well find yourself saying, “Once upon a time at the Rivoli…”