Tonight’s edition of the Drake Underground’s occasional Notes From the Underground series features Golden Age, an old-timey-style radio play about fear of old age and death. Also horseracing. Joe Cobden, an award-winning Montreal actor, will be performing the show, which he wrote with a little help from Torontoist’s own J.Kelly (who also has some info about the evening, but no explanation why the J is missing from the poster).
Also on tap for the evening are the comedy stylings of Keswick
Kcomedienne and Tim Sims Comedy Award nominee Kathleen Phillips (look, words with K are funny, alright?) and music from the likes of Matt Murphy, Warren Spicer, and Katie Moore.
And as if that’s not enough to lure you down to the Drake Underground on a chilly Tuesday night, word on the street (i.e. an e-mail from J.Kelly) has it that you might win a jar of jellybeans.
9 pm, The Drake Underground, 1150 Queen St. W.