Today: Dave Meslin loves democracy, and you should too; The Weather Station loves singing with friends; Claire, From the Bus loves Ralph (and it scares him); improvisers love White Rhino; and Doldrums and pals love partying late.
Posts Filed Under: “Pat Thornton”
Today: Bird Brains migrate south; Toronto Masque Theatre and Art & Lies Productions both do opera mash-ups; Pat Thornton begins his 24-hour stand-up set; and musical up-and-comers Wordburglar, Digits, and the Big Sound orchestra.
In today's Urban Planner: Close Encounters and TINARS envision the next 500 years, singer/songwriter Grant Tilley's record release at Revival, and comics fete fellow funnyman Boyd Banks at his birthday set.
Today in Toronto: learn about local urban sustainability at U of T’s Environment Week, celebrate Canadian poet Irving Layton’s life at a centenary celebration, join an evening of storytelling with the Raconteurs, and get your laugh on with Egg Zepellin’s comedy and variety show.
In today's Urban Planner: the last Sorauren Farmers' Market of the year, sweet-smelling theatre from Soulpepper, Tiny Miracles' big laughs for little gifts, and the Hamilton Trading Co.'s Dakota Tavern debut.
In today's Urban Planner: Pat Thornton kicks off 24 hours of comedy for the Stephen Lewis Foundation, Toronto Public Library's History Matters Lectures address Building Postwar Toronto, Studio 180 and Buddies in Bad Times Theatre take part in a worldwide play reading, and the Cream of Comedy show will anoint a new up-and-comer.
In this special three-day Urban Planner: a musical closes out Kensington performance space Bread and Circus; Chef Hung's in town for TAIWANfest, and Kevin Sorbo's here for Fan Expo (and the Kevin Sorbo Garbage Weekend); Colin Stetson plays the Drake, and Hollerado DJ a dance party; Fake Prom enlists upstanding men and women to Go to War; and Art Starts' young conscripts debut a new city mural.