Tuesday, October 29, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

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

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