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See queer-oriented comedy and theatre, and observe World AIDS Day; marvel at Come From Away, and laugh at Uncalled For; party with Flo & Joan, MSTRKRFT, and Chris Tsujiuchi.
Discuss the limits of free speech and what to do with Old City Hall; see The Rainbow Chorus and Basia Bulat in concert; see theatre in a snowstorm (Beaver) and comedy in a cloud, with Terry Bockston.
Comedy from Chantel Marostica and Kirsten Rasmussen; tributes to Stan Rogers, Fleetwood Mac, and Stevie Wonder; Santa Claus is coming to town.
Horror and apocalypse themes in theatre and comedy; appearances by Amy Schumer and The Elwins; Remembrance Day ceremonies; and Iceland's finest.
Day of Halloween events; showcases of musical theatre stars, local stand-ups, and queer female playwrights; concerts by Language Arts, Friendly Rich, and more.
Spooky album releases, theatre performances, and parades in the lead-up to Halloween.
This week features an acclaimed Shaw Festival play, Justin Rutledge, and zombie fashion paired with pancakes.
This week, live comedy intersects with TV talk shows, horror films, books, magic, art, and more.
Youth on voting reform and on stage in Concord Floral; plus, Toronto's Growing Pains and bizarre crafts.
Can you believe it's already time for Nuit Blanche?
This week features A Tribe Called Red, literary festival Word on the Street, and a burlesque tribute to Queen Bey.
Highlights this week include talks of climate change and TIFF's Vanguards; theatre from Ireland and Alberta; and folk music at Fort York and Christie Pits.
Festivals both big (TIFF) and small (Manifesto); theatre at Second City, and in a shipping container; local lady wrestlers, and a wrestling legend.
What's going on this week? More than meets the eye.
As summer's close nears, we focus on screenings, Shakespeare, food and art festivals, and booming beats—all outdoors.
The return of annual music festivals Camp Wavelength and Mad Decent Block Party; the return of Sail-In Cinema and the Canadian National Exhibition; and the return of hit local comedies Life Records and Swordplay.
A live reading of The Cursed Child; re-live the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens; vegan food, community arts, and Shakespeare in our parks.
Get ready for SummerWorks.