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The Toronto Blue Jays face the Baltimore Orioles.
Laser Quest Toronto East Presents: Suit Up Latenighter. Enjoy 6 specialty games of Laser Quest along with non-stop fun in and out of our action-packed maze. For only $25 in advance or $30 on the day of. You will discover how much you love Laser Quest paired with How I Met your Mother.
From July 1 until August 8, amateur photographers submitted their original photos of Toronto's Waterfront during the 4th annual My Waterfront Photo Contest. At the end of the contest, a panel of esteemed judges selected 50 finalists to have their photo printed as a 24x36” poster and displayed inside the award-winning Queen's Quay Terminal as part of the My Waterfront Photo Exhibit on display from September 26 through October 31. The 50 finalists will be invited to attend the Artist Preview Gala for the My Waterfront Photo Exhibit on Friday, September 26 from 6:00pm-9:00pm in Queen's Quay Terminal. Visit www.waterfrontbia.com or call 416-596-9821 for more information.
Heather Bambrick, Julie Michels, and Diane Leah are back at the Pubaret™ and we can't wait! They don't call it Broadsway for nuthin! Great music! Wonderful entertainment! Fun, frivolity, and fabulousness! From Stephen Sondheim to Lady Gaga, an amazing evening with 3 wickedly wacky women! Dinner available, before, during, and after the show. Dinner patrons get priority seating. For dinner reservations, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 647-347-6567
The District Fashion Show recognizes the significance of supporting local businesses and fostering economic growth in the City of Toronto. We are honoured to be a part of the glimmer of hope offered by the not for profit charities we have worked with in the past and those we plan to support through our dedication and fundraising. District has placed great importance in supporting Torontonian fashion entrepreneurs through showcasing their merchandise in the show and the irresistibly glamorous Lookbook. This year, the meeting room is Gatsby, Warhol, and Pink Floyd at once. It's the fashion-savvy inspirational setting where the executive committee has been meeting since 2013 to materialize its 2014 Fashion Show.
To celebrate its first home in urban Toronto, award-winning BONE Structure#174; is hosting a BARE BONE open house event to the general public. Assembled in days, the custom, environmentally friendly and sustainable home is made from a lightweight recycled steel frame using BONE Structure's patented technology which snaps together like a giant Meccano or Lego erector set. No nails, no cutting, no waste, no mold. The home will remain partially unfinished so guests can see the stages of the unique building process and just how seamlessly BONE Structure fits into urban Toronto.
Now Playing Speakeasy! A Roaring Twenties Murder Mystery. Join us for opening night at East Side Marion's Emerald City Night Club. Where Sam Spade, Al Capone and Mae West go over the rainbow in this Prohibition Era mystery. Shows every Friday and Saturday, with select Thursdays and some Wednesday matinees
Sherway Farmers' Market is a weekly source of Ontario grown produce and local food products including Ontario honey and cheese, an extensive array of baked goods, farm-fresh eggs, European deli meats, cheese, lamb, BBQ meats and much more. Open every Friday, May 2 through October 31. Located in the northeast parking area of Sherway Gardens Centre, adjacent to The Queensway and Sherway Rd., just west of Hwy 427. For further information visit our website or call or email us. You can also visit www.Facebook.com/SherwayFarmersMarket.
World Café is an extension of some of the busiest kitchens in the GTA, offering the best cuisine from around the world. Come enjoy unique and fun dining experiences with a different selection every weekend! Explore the world of food day and night, all summer long. For more details, visit: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/summer/
A farcical satire written by one of the world's most prolific writers, The Importance of Being Earnest has stood the test of time and remains an audience favourite. This story of two Victorian aristocrats trying to escape their social burdens contains all of Oscar Wilde's characteristic wit, Victorian charm and biting social commentary without ever becoming too serious. In Wilde's own words, “It is exquisitely trivial…we should treat all the trivial things of life seriously, and all the serious and studied things of life with sincere and studied triviality.” Directed by Cory Doran
This exhibition presents creative work that obscures, delegates, withdraws or complicates the conventional signs of authorship and artistic subjectivity. Works in the exhibition question the link between art and self-expression through tactics of anonymity, shared authorship, appropriated identities, delegated production, and financial speculation. The exhibition explores the diffusion and distribution of artistic agency and intellectual property. Artists/Collaborators: Becky Beasley, Adrian Blackwell, Heath Bunting, Kajsa Dahlberg, Jesse Darling, Claire Fontaine, Goldin+Senneby, Janez Janša, Janez Janša, Janez Janša (collective of three conceptual artists) and Kernel. For free talks, tours and workshops visit our website.
A young woman whose beliefs allow for no compromise receives a valuable lesson about social mores from an unexpected source. From the same master of comic wit who wrote The Importance of Being Earnest and An Ideal Husband.
Humber College's L Space Gallery and the artist collective Frog in Hand present The Wishing Well - a container of unlimited boundaries. A well is a source and an access point. It is a place of collection. Folklore outlines the importance of a well's blessing and some offerings have included weapons, money, and cherished items. In this iteration of a Wishing Well, it is simply the offering of each visitor's breath and the wish itself contained within a balloon. Offer your own wish to this interactive installation and connect with Toronto's intimate aspirations. The exhibition will run during September, with a dance performance and balloon ceremony during Culture Days on September 27th, 2014 from 1pm to 4pm.
Curated by Su-Ying Lee The exhibition title 'TBD', most typically used as an acronym for ‘to be determined', proposes that the definition of a contemporary art gallery is not fixed. 'TBD' exposes the defining factors of contemporary art galleries for scrutiny and examines the institutions' effects on communities in order to imagine possible futures and new approaches. Brew Pub Journal, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Bill Burns, Arabella Campbell, ch+qs arquitectos, Tomas Chaffe, Michelle JaJa Chang, Steven Chodoriwsky, Maggie Groat, Jesse Harris, Justin Langlois, Gordon Matta-Clark, Dax Morrison, Archer Pechawis, Jon Sasaki, Jeanne van Heeswijk and others Architecture program and consultation: Jennifer Davis
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Toronto experimental theatre company Kadozuke Kollektif, in partnership with Bad New Days, presents the world premiere of Richard III, The Pleasures of Violence, Artistic Director Tatiana Jennings' provocative and innovative multimedia reimagining of the William Shakespeare classic. Jennings puts a humanistic spin on Shakespeare's political propaganda play. Shakespeare's text is combined with 3D projection mapping, dynamic sets manipulated by actors and a poetic, physical style of acting that the company has developed over the last decade.
Alison Milne Gallery is pleased to present It Looks The Same, a solo exhibition of new paintings by abstract artist Karen Kawarsky. This will be Kawarsky's second solo exhibition with the gallery. Known for her bold palettes and rich impasto texture, Karen's new work is an evolving process using oils and acrylics on found barn board as she continues to experiment with non-traditional tools. The uniqueness of the raw barn board propels each painting in a new direction, inspiring spontaneous choice of colour and texture.
The Alumnae Theatre opens the season on the MainStage with Escape From Happiness, part of George F. Walker's East End Trilogy. A bizarre event in a dysfunctional family prompts an incident of brutality in this intensely dark original Canadian comedy. Director Andrea Wasserman describes the play as an exploration of the most tender moments at the most violent times. FEATURING Andrea Brown* David Cairns Renee Hache Maxwell King Heli Kivilaht Colin MacDonald Lesley Robertson Joanne Sarazen Ryan Seeley Robert Skanes* Directed by: Andrea Wasserman Set design: Brandon Kleiman Costume design: Sara Brzozowski Lighting design: Paul Hardy Fight director: Jeremy Hutton Stage manager: Lindsey Alston Assistant director: Susan Bond
Théâtre français de Toronto opens its 2014-15 season with Past Perfect by Michel Tremblay. Directed by Diana Leblanc, winner of the 2014 Dora Mavor Moore Silver Ticket Award, this prequel to "Albertine in Five Times" recounts the genesis of Albertine's revolt, one of Tremblay's most fascinating and rebellious characters to date. While the original play depicts each of the five decades of her life from age 30 to 70, Past Perfect gives us Albertine at 20, on a night that will irrevocably determine her fate. A Théâtre français de Toronto production.
The Toronto Blue Jays face the Seattle Mariners. Buy tickets in the 200-level outfield to take advantage of the Grand Slam combo, which combines your ticket, food, and drink into one price!
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