Urban Planner is your weekly curated guide to what’s on in Toronto—things that are local, affordable, and exceptional.
The Strain transforms Toronto for a final time.
Here are reviews of five small theatre shows Torontoist has seen in the past week; stories of love and betrayal from around the world, staged from Parkdale to the Danforth.
In this week's Urban Planner, the JFL42, Bi Arts, Word On The Street, and Groundswell festivals, plus (very) late summer outdoor music, the Invictus Games, and appearances by Sarah McLachlan, Al Weiwei, and Guillermo Del Toro.
Guillermo del Toro's horror drama returns to Toronto for one last season.
Here's what went down at the dance.
This week, the music of the movies; Toronto Fringe Festival hits return; outdoor eating and activities on the streets, beaches, and in parks; celebrations of Jon Kaplan, the Polaris Prize short list, and more.
Highlights this week include "The Festival of Festivals," music and comedy on wheels and on the water, and new songs by two Rankin family members.
Jet planes, comic heroes, fire breathers, and more in this long weekend edition; plus Second City's new revue, spicy food and sports by the water, and 60 years of life (drawing).
We return to complete the sixth season of Suits, plus our built-in drinking game.
The Harris family brought good eats and smoked meats to the city.
This weekend hits peak outdoor Shakespeare, plus: outdoor pug grumbles and pow wows; comedy in new venues; luchadors, Taiko drummers, Fake Prom scream queens, and more.