We're inching closer to the weekend but there's lots of things to do in Toronto as events today mark Devil's Night (the day before Halloween) with a party, improv show, drag and free film screening. Guess is having a big sale and there's art worth checking out.Events you might want to check out:
Titus Andronicus (October 30 @ Mod Club)
Brooklyn's Titus Andronicus have changed their sound, evolving while still keeping elements of the raw and gritty punk they're known for.
The Crow (October 30 @ Revue Cinema)
Alex Proyas' 1994 dark fantasy flick is turning 25 this year and this special screening is in celebration of that, and totally free.
The Surreal Life (October 30 @ 187 Augusta)
The Surreal Life is back to fuse comedy and art with a stand-up set features POC, LGBTQ+, womxn and gender non-conforming performers.
Non Gratas (October 30 @ Bad Dog Comedy Theatre)
Halloween is around the corner and Non Gratas are ready to take off their masks for a spooky improv show inspired by melodramatic ballads in Spanish.
Ankur (October 30 @ The Royal Cinema)
Part of the Sanghum Film Series, Shyam Benegal’s ANKUR is the first in a trilogy on Indian new wave cinema with a politically-conscious undertone.
Devils Night (October 30 @ Come See Me)
Tonight marks the day before Halloween — known as Devil's Night — and this party include dance performances, prizes and beats spinning all night.
House of Kings (October 30 @ Glad Day Bookshop (Church))
Things are getting spooky with a night of Halloween drag featuring some of the city's best drag kings inside the "haunted" Glad Day Bookshop.
Reia Studio Sample Sale (October 30-31 @ Reia Studio)
Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Stella McCartney and Rick Owens are just some of the designer wears up for grabs at this studio sale.
Guess? Warehouse Sale (October 30 - November 3 @ International Centre)
Guess is ready to slash prices on a huge selection of jeans, dresses, clothing, accessories and shoes at this huge warehouse sale.
Just Text Me (October 30 - November 25 @ Grab-a-Slice)
Local artists specializing in textile creations are showing their works at this group show that explores digital messaging in storytelling and community.
by Lisa Power via blogTO