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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today will see Khalid and The Decemberists take the stage, while this year's Festival of Clowns kicks off at venues around the city.

Events you might want to check out:

Khalid (May 30 @ RBC Echo Beach)
Singing songs, winning awards: Khalid is a star on the rise and he's here to perform in Toronto as part of his The Roxy Tour.
The Decemberists (May 30 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Portland's own indie rockers, known for their eclectic and recognizable style, are dropping by Toronto for the night.
Carson Pinch's Super Fun Variety Hour (May 30 @ The Garrison)
Sketch artist Carson Pinch has rounded up a group of fellow funny friends for a variety show and fundraiser for Carson's upcoming Fringe production.
Night Shift (May 30 @ Bambi's)
Party hard on humpday with a showcasing of musical artists from Toronto and beyond and try to keep it together for work the next morning.
The Surreal Life (May 30 @ 187 Augusta Ave.)
Comedian artists use stand-up, improv and storytelling in an effort to establish how comedy functions as a serious art form.
UR Enough x Barry's Bootcamp Charity Sweat (May 30 @ Barry's Bootcamp Toronto)
One of Toronto's newest gyms is teaming up with UR Enough to challenge you to a hardcore body workout with all proceeds going to SickKids.
Songwriters in the Round (May 30 @ Painted Lady)
Live music gets stripped to its bare bones as songwriters encourage listeners to experience the songs at the most authentic level.
Little Terrors (May 30 @ Imagine Cinemas Carlton)
This monthly showcasing of short films looks to highlight short films of a horrific nature, with multiple films squeezed into hours of pure gore.
Four Fearlessly Funny Femme Fatales (May 30 @ Famous Last Words)
Four authors come together for a night of jokers as they discuss their literal works with Sky Curtis, Lisa de Nikolits, Terri Favro and Gianna Patriarca.
Festival of Clowns (May 30 - June 3 @ Multiple Venues)
Clowns and physical theatre artists of all disciplines and backgrounds showcase their work, including full length shows and cabarets nights.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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