There’s no shortage of amazing work at SummerWorks, but these were our standout productions and performances from this year’s festival.Read Article
Trust us, you don't want to miss SummerWorks. Toronto's Indie Theatre and Arts Fest returns August 4th with an amazing concert series and thought-provoking theatre line up.
Toronto’s indie theatre and arts festival got some (more) buzz (than usual) this year, when at the last minute they lost their funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage. (Suspicious, since our Prime Minister criticized the festival for using public funds to stage a piece about the Toronto 18 terrorist plot, but the government says… Read More »Read Article
Wednesday 12 am Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day @ Everywhere. Wear a pink shirt to symbolize a society that will not tolerate bullying! Thursday 6:30 pm Toronto Premiere: The Women of Brukman @ Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor St. W. A film about the women of the Brukman clothing factory in Argentina. During the economic collapse, the… Read More »Read Article
Thursday 5 pm Manhattan @ Roosevelt Room, 2 Drummond Place. Wine, some networking and gossip. $15 for filet mignon mini burgers and a cold beer. 5:35 pm What Is Indie @ Clinton’s, 693 Bloor St. W. Performances from !ATTENTION!, Take Cover Arizona, Haunts, Atlas. 10 pm Surf’s Up @ 751, 751 Queen St. W. 60’s… Read More »Read Article
Doors Open – All Weekend Long Our Top Ten Picks 1. Artscape Wychwood Barns – check out this amazing new development that has turned a derelict TTC barn into a green multi-faceted space that is home to seventy artists, a gallery, a theatre, green centre – and on the exterior: industrial space turned park including… Read More »Read Article