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Events

Saturday, November 2

 A Little Shop of Horrors

IT’S FUNNY HOW LOVE CAN GROW Skid Row florist’s clerk Seymour Krelborn is too shy to declare his love for his co-worker Audrey – until a mysterious exotic...

9 & 99: The Howe - Gretzky Exhibition

Never seen before. Never seen again. An exhibition unlike any other, paying homage to the most prolific scorers of our generations. Witness the greatest...

A City of Books: 45 Years of the Toronto Book Awards

Don’t miss this special chance to celebrate the Toronto Book Awards in several parts. First, witness the unveiling of the commemorative stone for 2018...

AFTER SCHOOL OPERA PROGRAM

The COC’s After School Opera Program is a community arts program for children between the ages of 7 and 12 involving the creation and presentation of an...

ALMIGHTY VOICE AND HIS WIFE

Romeo and Juliet. Orpheus and Eurydice. Almighty Voice and His Wife. This powerful true story is shaken up and reimagined into an eloquent tale of tragic...

BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL

A SHOW TO MAKE YOUR SPIRIT SHINE Dreams don’t come easy in the hardscrabble mining town, riven by a bitter national strike, where eleven-year-old Billy...

Book*hug 15th Anniversary

Book*hug (formerly BookThug) launched in 2004, with the commission of its first title from the International Festival of Authors. Since then, it’s continued...

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL- ALEGRÍA, IN A NEW LIGHT

In a New Light Beloved by fans around the world, iconic Alegría is reinterpreted in a renewed version to share its timeless story once more. The classic...

Cannupa Hanska Luger: Every One & Kali Spitzer: Sister

The crisis surrounding murdered and missing Indigenous women, girls, trans, and queer community members continues, with thousands of documented cases in both...

Early Rubens

Discover the larger-than-life drama of Early Rubens this fall at the AGO A master storyteller whose larger-than-life paintings illustrate scenes from...

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™ In Concert

Featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Relive the magic of year six in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™ in Concert. With this film, based on the...

Into the Light: Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald

A comprehensive examination of the accomplishments and legacy of the Winnipeg artist Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald (1890–1956), the last member to join the Group...

It’s Alive! Classic Horror and Sci-Fi Art from the Kirk Hammett Collection

Famous guitarist Kirk Hammett, of the heavy metal band Metallica, has created one of the world’s most extraordinary collections of classic horror and sci-fi...

Janet Nungnik: Revelations

This exhibition of new textile works by Baker Lake artist Janet Nungnik (b.1954) was produced over a period of more than 15 years. Nungnik’s embroidered and...

John Hartman’s “Many Lives Mark This Place” with Michael Crummey, Susan Swan and Guy Vanderhaeghe

Long interested in people’s connection to their environment, artist John Hartman has embarked on “Many Lives Mark This Place,” a project to capture the...

Maud Lewis

One of Canada’s most beloved folk artists, Maud Lewis (1903–1970) is known for her brightly-coloured paintings of rural Nova Scotia. Working from her cabin...

Reading & Conversation: André Alexis and Jung Young Moon

Anything can happen when two multi-award-winning international authors converge, but walls won’t confine them as they discuss place and other themes that...

Robert Houle: Histories

This exhibition presents a selection of works by the leading Saulteaux artist Robert Houle who grew up in Sandy Bay First Nation on the western shore of Lake...

Screemers

SCREEMERS IS BACK AT THE BETTER DEAD CENTRE! Tickets are on sale now with dates starting October 11 - November 2nd. Toronto’s original and best haunted...

THE NEVERENDING STORY

FIND YOURSELF IN A WORLD OF FANTASY Hiding in a closet to avoid school bullies, ten-year-old Bastian becomes immersed in a strangely compelling book: the...

The (re)Making of a Movement: New Perspectives on the 1960s Counterculture by Angela Davis

Angela Davis is an international icon known for her ongoing work to combat all forms of oppression in the United States and abroad. Her work as an educator...

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

The largest of its kind in the world, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a full day of fun with family entertainment in the PC Animal Theatre featuring...

The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture

Photographs from The Walther Collection Drawn from the extraordinary holdings of The Walther Collection, The Way She Looks revisits the history of African...

Toronto Biennial of Art

Launching September 21, 2019, the 75-day Toronto Biennial of Art presents local, national, and international contemporary art in a citywide event as...

Toronto International Festival of Authors

Welcome to Canada’s oldest and largest festival of words and ideas! The Toronto International Festival of Authors is a charitable, cultural organization...

Toronto Lit Up Launch of Launches

The Toronto Arts Council and the Toronto International Festival of Authors have partnered on Toronto Lit Up, an initiative designed to spotlight Toronto...

Toronto Sings the Breithaupt Brothers Songbook

"Seemingly from the golden age!" – All About Jazz "America had the Gershwins, but Canada's got the Breithaupts!" - Toronto Star The Breithaupt Brothers,...

Saturday, November 2