Monday, November 25, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

The sun is back and things to do in Toronto today are full of ways to get out and enjoy the weather with the return of the Jonas Brothers and the closing night for the Blood in the Snow festival. You can pick up some designer duds on the cheap and there's The Office trivia, poetry and more.

Events you might want to check out:

Jonas Brothers (November 26 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The J-Bros are back in Toronto for a second show as part of their Happiness Begins tour that's full of sun-soaked tunes from their latest album.
Shab-e She'r Poetry Night (November 26 @ Tranzac Club)
Toronto’s most diverse and brave poetry reading and open mic series is celebrating seven years with poets Charlie C Petch and Tunchai Redvers.
Blood in the Snow Closing Night (November 26 @ The Royal Cinema)
Toronto's annual horror, sci-fi, action and thriller film festival wraps up with a final night of screenings and a closing party at the Monarch.
History or Nothing (November 26 @ Drake Underground)
Emerging artists from all over Canada are taking the stage for this arts and music festival that highlights the work of up-and-comers and their brands.
Toronto Dundie Awards (November 26 @ Dublin Calling)
Back again is this Office trivia night in the style of Michael Scott's award ceremony where you can test your knowledge of the Dunder Mifflin folk.
Assembly Tuesday (November 26 @ The Social Capital Theatre)
Baseball and apple pie are what this Longford improv comedy show is all about as local comedians look to tackle all-things American Thanksgiving.
Please Stand By (November 26 @ Toronto Public Library Annette Branch)
Comedian, playwright and author Carolyn Bennett is in to chat about her first book that's set in the throes of a bone-chilling Edmonton winter.
Ryerson Winter Market (November 26-29 @ Student Learning Centre)
A curated selection of vendors selling handcrafted items are setting up shop inside the Ryerson Learning Centre during this speciality market.
Caitlin Power Sample Sale (November 26-30 @ Rebel & Beauty)
Raw, edgy and stylish looks from designer Caitlin Power are on sale with clothing and accessories available for up to 75 per cent off.
Poly Queer Love Ballad (November 26 - December 1 @ Theatre Passe Muraille)
Telling the story of a modern, queer romance, this new production follows and explores opposing perspectives on love.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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