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Monday, June 24, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today offer the chance to take in a free outdoor movie at Yonge-Dundas Square or stay inside and catch a performance by Hugh Jackman. Whatever you do, wear sunscreen!

Events you might want to check out:

City Cinema (June 25 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
Yonge-Dundas Square kicks off its summer-long free outdoor film series starting with a stand-up set and a screening of Ghostbusters.
Hugh Jackman (June 25 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The iconic score form The Greatest Showman is arriving as Hugh Jackman takes the stage to belt out the award-winning tunes.
Shab-e She'r Poetry Night (June 25 @ Tranzac Club)
A night of poetry readings from local award-winning poets Merle Nudelman and Reza Eslami is on alongside an open mic session.
August Burns Red (June 25 @ Rebel)
Pinoreers of the metalcore genre August Burns Red are dropping by Toronto as part of their 10 Years of Constellations tour.
Tinder Tales (June 25 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Local comics and storytellers are stepping up to share their tales of their worst first dates while wearing they best first date attire.
What Up! What Up! (June 25 @ Rivoli)
It's a special Pride editon of this comedy showcase featuring local LGBTQ+ voices in celebration of a the city's diverse comedy community.
Hello, Is It C! You're Looking For? (June 25 @ Clinton's Tavern)
Choir! Choir! Choir! is back to celebrate Lionel Richie's birthday with local choir singers belting out his masterpiece classic "Hello".
Culture Abuse (June 25 @ Velvet Underground)
Punk, hardcore and a little bit of funky grooves come together with Culture Abuse, playing alongside a huge showcase of artists presented by Not Dead Yet.
UKDESIGNERSALE (June 25-26 @ The Royal York Hotel)
Check out the newest fashions from London with a selection of womenswear fashion samples like tops, skirts, pants, dressed and lightweight coats.
Film Farm (June 25 - July 19 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Handmade, hand-processed films are the focus of this exhibition featuring films, video diaries, projections and more neat programming.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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