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Thursday, May 24, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today look to celebrate Canada's proudest achievement in food with Poutine Fest. Inside Out launches with a showcasing of queer cinema and the Budweiser Stage opens for the season.

Events you might want to check out:

BSS and Portugal. The Man (May 24 @ Budweiser Stage)
Budweiser Stage kicks off a season of performances from national and international stars, like Broken Social Scene and Portugal. The Man.
Whiskey Kisses (May 24 @ Nightowl)
Local and upcoming R&B artists show off their stuff at this live showcase that just so happens to double as an Usher tribute night.
Inanna Toronto Spring Book Launch (May 24 @ Supermarket)
It's an evening of reading and revelry from three authors, and jazz pianist Patrick Hewan, as Inanna launches its newest collection of feminist literature.
Dinner at Eight (May 24 @ Revue Cinema)
Designing the Movies hosts give a rundown of just what makes the 1933 ensemble comedy classic Dinner at Eight's aesthetic so enduring.
Working Women (May 24 @ The Beaver)
She works hard for the money and so do the comedians featured in this queer comedy stand up showcase for the working girl.
Winter Island (May 24 @ Artscape Youngplace)
Five artists from different parts of Canada and Ontario use a range of media to create new artworks inspired by the landscapes of the Toronto Islands.
Fierce! (May 24-27 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
All things queer burlesque come to Toronto from around the world with five shows stacked with talented performers, and finish with a dance party.
Toronto Poutine Fest (May 24-27 @ Yonge–Dundas Square)
Canada's national food gets a big festival in the heart of the city with over 50 combinations of gravy, cheese curds and fries.
The Princess Bride (May 24 - June 2 @ The Redwood Theatre)
The classic Princess Bride comes to life with the fusing of live theatre, film screening and an interactive audience experience.
Inside Out (May 24 - June 3 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Filmmakers from the LGBTQ+ community and beyond come together in celebration of the best queer films from Canada and around the world.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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