Posts Filed Under: “the great hall”
This week features A Tribe Called Red, literary festival Word on the Street, and a burlesque tribute to Queen Bey.
The iconic west-end building gets a complete makeover.
Nominated for: creating performance art for all ages and incomes.
Local theatre company Against the Grain is reimagining Mozart's classic opera for 21st-century audiences.
The nearly 125-year-old building at Queen and Dovercourt is looking for the public's help to keep its doors open.
A photographic recap of CMW 2013.
Our roundup of the best—and in one case, the absolute worst—of CMW so far.
Here's what to see tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. (Although honestly, Sunday is kind of a half-day at best.)
Thursday night will feature African-influenced Francophone pop, a food-obsessed rapper, and Korean punks. What more do you need?
A new electronic-music event series will combine international acts and custom visuals.
The Wavelength Festival may be a teenager, but this past weekend, it showed no signs of angst.
Today: a historical book launch at Toronto's historical First Post Office, artists battle against one other and the clock, the premiere of Beirut, and a hypnotic comedy show.
If you're looking for '90s pop punkers, naked comedians, or Australians, tonight's your night.
Concert promoter Wavelength celebrates its 12th anniversary with a festival that founding director Jonny Dovercourt hopes will expose the group to new audiences.
Fucked Up channels the holiday spirit and puts on two epic concerts for charity.