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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today spell good news for anyone who has ever sung in the shower as Sing! kicks off with concerts and programming all over the city. There's also a big birthday bash happening for Hemingway's as it celebrates 38 glorious years.

Events you might want to check out:

Hereditary (May 23 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Director Ari Aster is on hand to discuss his supernatural horror film that has been getting buzz at both Sundance and SXSW.
ImaginePeace (May 23 @ Gardiner Museum)
Inspired by Yoko Ono’s activism, this series pairs artists with academics to discuss how people are shaping the future in the digital space.
King Tuff (May 23 @ Horseshoe Tavern)
Always working to take indie pop and garage rock to strange, new places: King Tuff is here with Cut Worms to bring on the tripped-out vibes.
Hollywood Rectangles (May 23 @ Comedy Bar)
The classic game show of Hollywood Squares sees comedians impersonating celebrities and stretching the definition of the word itself.
Hemingway's Anniversary Party (May 23 @ Hemingway's)
This Yorkville mainstay is celebrating 38 years with a big birthday bash featuring tons of barbecue, giveaways and prizes.
Emmure (May 23 @ Mod Club Theatre)
The self-proclaimed cult of Emmure arrives with their slow-roasted brand of metal core for only the bravest of souls.
On The Rise (May 23 @ Free Space)
Five creators share their experiences of growing as visual storytellers through relationships and skill building, moderated by writer Monica Heisey.
Spacing Mag and Book Release Party (May 23 @ 401 Richmond)
Toronto's urbanism and architecture mag is set to release its spring 2018 edition with a focus on Toronto at night.
Satyricon (May 23 @ The Opera House)
Longtime sweethearts of the Norwegian black metal scene, Satyricon is here alongside Panzerfaust and Blood of Christ.
Sing! (May 23 - June 3 @ Multiple Venues)
The best in a cappella gets a week-long celebration, featuring local and international performers, concerts, workshops and free events.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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