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Thursday, March 29, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today will see the beginning of the Blue Jays season and the retiring of Roy Halladay's number. Lorde is also dropping by for the night, and there's a live reading of Corner Gas featuring the cast.

Events you might want to check out:

Blue Jays Home Opener (March 29 @ Rogers Centre)
The Blue Jays regular season kicks off today against the Yankees while the organization pays tribute to the late Roy Halladay.
Lorde (March 29 @ Air Canada Centre)
Lorde is currently embarking on her Melodrama world tour and making a stop in Toronto for the night.
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan (March 29 @ The Baby G)
The Montreal sound collective known as Yamantaka // Sonic Titan is in Toronto to perform alongside Divide and Dissolve and WLMRT.
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (March 29 @ The Royal Cinema)
Retropath is screening Russ Meyer's film that serves as a musical satirical melodrama take on the classic Valley of the Dolls.
Corner Gas Animated (March 29 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
A re-imagining of the iconic Canadian series Corner Gas is happening with Brent Butt and the rest of the cast performing a live read.
Towards Eternal Glory (March 29 - April 21 @ Red Head Gallery)
Artist Gillian Iles premieres her work that acts as response to the idea of power; its indefatigable presence, but as a construct, the vulnerability of it as well.
Cave Painting Now (March 29 - May 5 @ Susan Hobbs Gallery)
Exploring the link between technologies of the image and aesthetic experience, artists Scott Lyall's newest work includes picturing as his chosen medium.
Shakespeare Challenge (March 29 @ Shakespeare in Action)
A handful of corporate sector-types will try their hand at reading Shakespeare in support of education programs.
Bush Party (March 29 @ Comedy Bar)
This all-female sketch comedy group uses satire and musical comedy to make fun of themselves and the world around them.
Elohim (March 29 @ Velvet Underground)
Elohim is bringing her special brand of surreal sound to Toronto as part of her North American tour.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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