Skip the crowded sales and stick to fun on Boxing Day. From music to comedy to films, Boxing Day in Toronto has so much more to offer than a fistfight over the last pair of discounted loafers that aren't even in your size.Events you might want to check out:
What's in the Box (December 26-30 @ The Drake Hotel)
The Drake Underground’s annual music festival is the ideal post-Christmas pre-New Years Eve celebration with live shows, house parties, and building wide takeovers.
The Best Of (December 26 @ Comedy Bar)
Check out this all-star lineup of comedians featuring stellar stand-ups from Just for Laughs, Comedy Central, and This Hour Has 22 Minutes.
Interstellar (December 26-30 @ Cinesphere)
Have your mind blown while the world's most beautiful astronaut (sorry Matt Damon) blows through a black hole. This 2014 hit film is an entirely new experience on the CInesphere screen.
The Sound of Music (December 26-27 @ Cinesphere)
Also on the incredible Cinesphere screen, the story of a less magical Mary Poppins with better music and scarier villains.
Bed & Breakfast (December 26-30 @ Tarragon Theatre)
Boxing Day kicks off at the Puppetmongers Theatre's 29th annual Winter Holiday show with a feminist adaptation of The Princess and The Pea.
Bad Habits HoliGay Jam (December 26 @ Brooklynn)
An all-female DJ line-up and a hot spot to dance your queer heart out is the perfect antidote to a holiday spent with your family asking why you have so many cats.
by Martha Stortz via blogTO
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