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Wednesday, April 3

2019 CANADIAN SWIMMING TRIALS

Canadian Swimming Trials serve as the main selection meet for each year’s major international competitions. Canada’s best swimmers train all year for...

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 Doll's House, Part 2

In the final scene of Ibsen’s 1879 groundbreaking masterwork, Nora Helmer makes the shocking decision to leave her husband and children, and begin a life on...

Ai Weiwei: Unbroken

On February 28, Ai Weiwei: Unbroken will open at the Gardiner Museum, featuring iconic ceramic works, including Sunflower Seeds and Coca Cola Vase, recent...

BEST OF HOLLYWOOD

In this exciting and unforgettable concert, conductor Richard Kaufman presents Oscar-winning and -nominated music from Hollywood’s most memorable films....

Come From Away

It’s been called the “edge of the world.” The weather is wild, but the locals never lack for warmth. And it’s here, in Newfoundland, where a remote town...

DDG- Drake Hotel Underground

Drake Underground, hailed as one of the best bars + music venues in Toronto , is a multifaceted performance venue with a reputation for hosting a fun...

Dear Evan Hansen

A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one...

Dinner With A View

An intimate pop-up dining experience coming to Toronto for a limited time only. Dine under the stars in clear frameless geodesic domes with a special menu...

Françoise Sullivan

The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is pleased to announce Françoise Sullivan , an exhibition celebrating the work of Quebec avant-garde artist Françoise...

Gods in My Home: Chinese New Year with Ancestor Portraits and Deity Prints

Offering a fresh perspective on ancestor worship, this ROM-original exhibition focuses on concepts such as shared family values, ritual concepts, the belief...

Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Spotlight global crises, celebrate the power of the human spirit, and expose the stories that have long been hidden in the shadows during the 16th annual...

Impressionism in the Age of Industry:  Monet, Pissarro and More

Some of the greatest artists of all time responded with passion and creativity as their beloved Paris was transformed by the modern age. Now, a major new...

Marie-Claire Blais: Veils

Marie-Claire Blais (b. 1974, Lévis) is a leading light of contemporary art in Montreal, yet until now her work has not been presented in a major Canadian...

Rita Letendre: Earth, Wind & Fire

Rita Letendre turned 90 this fall, and she remains one of the leading abstract artists in Canada, and a legendary icon for women artists. She is best known...

THE MOON: A VOYAGE THROUGH TIME

Since the dawn of civilization, the moon has captivated cultures. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, The Moon: A Voyage Through...

TIFF Picture Palace

Immerse yourself in the magic of moving pictures and sound. Learn more about how that magic is made, with lighting, colour, framing, movement, sound, and...

The Glenn Gould School Chamber Competition Finals

Hear the talented ensembles of The Glenn Gould School compete for prizes and performance opportunities.

Treasures of a Desert Kingdom: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India

Organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in collaboration with the Mehrangarh Museum Trust of Jodhpur, this ground-breaking exhibition is the first...

Walking On Bombshells

Look both ways before you enter the rapid crossfire of this fast-paced, hilarious take on the minefield we’re all living in. From toxic masculinity to turtle...

Wedding at Aulis

To get the one thing he wants, Agamemnon must destroy the one thing he loves. A uniquely immersive experience places the audience to the precipice of the...

Zuul: Life of an Armored Dinosaur

This remarkably well-preserved ankylosaur was recently identified by ROM paleontologists as a new species, and now they can’t help but wonder: what was life...

Wednesday, April 3