Events in Toronto today are perfect for bridging the gap between Christmas and New Year's. With weird comedy, classic films, and club nights on the docket, the party doesn't stop until you do.Events you might want to check out:
Uniun Closing Party Part 3 (December 28 @ Uniun Nightclub)
This Toronto institution is closing, but there's still lots of fun to be had before the final swan song. Hit up Part 3 of the goodbyes with Manzone & Strong, Joee Cons, Deecee, and Kevin Faria.
90's Glow in the Dark Paint Party (December 28 @ Paint Cabin)
Throwback to the 90s with a Glow-in-the-Dark paint party complete with booze and DJ beats. Partiers select their own image, and are guided through painting so creative skills are not a pre-requisite.
Disasterfest 2018 (December 28 @ Bad Dog Comedy Theatre)
Toronto's best comedians get messy with altcomedy in this festival of weird and strange shows that run all night. The open-ended and experimental nature of the show often results in chaotically weird and inexplicably awesome comedy.
Pajama Jam! (December 28 @ Glad Day Bookshop (Church))
Rock out in your comfiest clothes with Orange Pekoe, Michael K, Gay Jesus and Pearle Harbour.
Wizard of Oz (December 28-30 @ Cinesphere)
The classic film hits the Cinesphere screen. Hit up this showing of The Wizard of Oz to truly feel the flying monkeys over your head.
ONYX (December 28 @ The Opera House)
Revel in some amazing hip hop with ONYX featuring support from Young Stitch, Live Kaos and a special guest performance by Bishop Brigante.
Hot Swinging Jazz & Blues with Band 828 (December 28 @ Drums N Flats)
Flashback to the dirty 30s with a night of hot swinging jazz and blues from professional jazz musicians.
Die Fledermaus (December 28 - January 2 @ St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts (27 Front Street East))
Based on a French farce, this operetta is a mash-up of Viennese musical charm and Parisian parody, conducted by Dreked Bate.
DJ Teenage Werewolf (December 28 @ Swan Dive)
This free event is an excellent opportunity to turn it up while keeping costs low with DJ Teenage Werewolf.
Lifechanger (December 28 - January 3 @ Imagine Cinemas Carlton)
Check out the Toronto premiere of this highly-reviewed homegrown horror/thriller about a murderous shape-shifter.
by Martha Stortz via blogTO
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