Tuesday, November 5, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Hump Day is here and there's lots of things to do in Toronto today, with the start of the Hot Docs Podcast Festival that will see some of the biggest names in podcast coming to the city. There's also a theatre festival, music, art, comedy and more.

Events you might want to check out:

Scaffolds I can no longer see (November 6 @ InterAccess)
The InterAccess Current Exhibition is back to feature the work of several artists that look at the invisible supports behind devices and interfaces.
Del Stephen & The Concrete Canvas Group (November 6 @ Tranzac Club)
It's a night of play with music, poetry and live painting, including performances by Del Stephen & The Concrete Canvas Group, Small Orbit and P.
Neil Hilborn (November 6 @ Hard Luck Bar)
Slam poet Neil Hilborn is lighting up the stage with his raw, challenging and beautiful poems that touch on difficult and heartfelt subjects.
Movember Stand-Up Comedy Show (November 6 @ Comedy Bar)
A huge lineup of funny folk are taking the stage for this Movember fundraiser with all proceedings going to the Movember Foundation.
Jordan Rakei (November 6 @ The Opera House)
Sensuous and dreamy tunes are what Jordan Rakei is known for as he fuses soul, jazz, electro and R&B sounds into gorgeous and infectious tunes.
Urban Harvest Dinner (November 6 @ Brickworks Ciderhouse)
Fill up on a 4-course meal curated by chef Dave Isen and cidermaker Martha Lowry with fresh ingredients grown at Black Creek Farm and a cider pairing.
Mythology Mixology (November 6 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
Art historian Dr. Corrinne Chong is dropping by for a talk on the works of Rubens and how the old master infused storytelling into his paintings.
Billabong Sample Sale (November 6-8 @ Sable Street Studios)
Billabong is having a big sale on gear of all kinds with savings of up to 75 per cent off, plus stuff from Saxx, Tentree and Corkcicle.
Hot Docs Podcast Festival (November 6-11 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Pump up the volume as some of the biggest names in podcasting drop by for a week of programming that includes live shows, talks and lots more.
Fireworks Theatre Festival (November 6-24 @ Alumnae Theatre)
Thought-provoking and daring, this festival includes three full-length plays in development, plus post-show discussions and more programming.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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