With 2019 coming to a close, there's still a few days to indulge yourself before kickstarting your resolutions. From a chaotic comedy show to an R&B skate night to hate-watching a cult classic, take some time for you to close our this trashfire year.Events you might want to check out:
Sixty in 60 (December 29 @ Bad Dog Comedy Theatre)
Check out this chaotic comedy show where 60 performers showcase ten different sets in an hour with profits going to CAMH.
Uniun Closing Party Part 4 (December 29 @ Uniun Nightclub)
Come say goodbye to Toronto mainstay Uniun in the fourth instalment of goodbye parties.
DJ Skate Nights (December 29 @ Natrel Rink)
Glide along to some classic R&B and soul-infused music as Soul Kitchen alumnus DJ Lissa Monet and MC Kid Kut bring the hot music and chill vibes to Natrel Rink.
The Room (December 29 @ Imagine Cinemas Carlton)
Don't tear Lisa apart by missing a late-night screening of this cult classic.
Royal Shakespeare Company Live (December 29 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Troilus and Cressida, performed with a satirical futuristic vision, is broadcast to cinemas from a live performance in Shakespeare's home town.
Blitzkrieg Cabaret (December 29 @ The Dakota Tavern)
Come share in music from the most prolific composer you didn't know existed. From gritty German cabaret songs to opera to Broadway tunes, Kurt Weill's works is guaranteed to entertain.
Hey Girl Hey (December 29 @ The Baby G)
Dance off the holiday stress with Toronto icon Gay Jesus and the best female hip hop and R&B beats from DJ Orange Pekoe.
Abbamania in Concert (December 29-31 @ Winter Garden Theatre)
Take a chance on the world’s number one ranked production of Abba with their all-Canadian cast.
Coffee and Canvas (December 29 @ Fresh Paint Studio (Danforth East))
Indulge in some holiday self-care with freestyle painting and enjoy a bev while you paint and relax.
80's & 90's Video Dance Party (December 29 @ Remix Lounge)
Throwback to middle school (with less awkwardness and more debt stress) with an all-request video dance party, complete with a pre-NYE countdown at midnight.
by Martha Stortz via blogTO