The last Sunday of 2018 is here but there's still plenty of time before your short-lived, improved-self resolutions take place. Indulge yourself with some comedy shows, hit up some burlesque, or maybe take a bread-making course if you want to jump start your temporary commitment to betterment.Events you might want to check out:
The Bentway Polar Bear Skate (December 30 @ The Bentway)
A twist on the traditional polar bear dip, skaters strip down and Skate the 8 in their intimates.
56 Minutes (December 30 @ Comedy Bar)
This tight stand-up comedy show features comics from Toronto Sketchfest, Baroness Von Sketch show and Kim's Convenience.
Coffee and Canvas (December 30 @ Fresh Paint Studio (Danforth East))
Paint away holiday stress with a freestyle paint in the studio and a comforting beverage.
Burlesque at Cherry Cola's (December 30 @ Cherry Cola's)
Indulge in Sinful Sundays featuring a fresh lineup of gorgeous burlesque entertainers, drag and variety acts.
Hysterics, Thin Space, The Black Void, Jerkoff Diary (December 30 @ Handlebar)
Rebel against family time with four of the best punk bands Toronto has to offer, together in one show.
Rose Beef (December 30 @ Glad Day Bookshop (Church))
Hosted by Toronto queen Mikiki Burino, this night of Golden Girls, a curated menu, trivia, and a talk-back is perfect for die-hard fans and casual admirers of Sophia's zingers alike.
Full-Day Breadmaking Intensive (December 30 @ Paintbox Bistro)
Whether you're trying to be more self-sustainable or just get that bread, this one-day workshop from artisanal baker Leo J. Baduria is a good exploration of the fundamentals of great bread.
Dirtbag Cousin (December 30 @ Comedy Bar)
Part sketch comedy and part improv, this show brings tons of energy and audience participation to Sunday nights.
Unity (December 30 @ Uniun Nightclub)
Rock out with dream drag DJ Nina Flowers at the club that never sleeps.
Hollerado (December 30-31 @ Lee's Palace)
Hollerado kicks off a two-day event starting with special guest Fred Penner and host Steve Patterson.
by Martha Stortz via blogTO