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Toronto Festivals: Next Stage Theatre Festival
Date
17 Jan 2015
Category
Things To Do

Toronto Festivals: Next Stage Theatre Festival

Discover an eclectic collection of theatrical performances restaged just for Toronto audiences at the Next Stage Theatre Festival. From January 7 through 18, the Factory Theatre hosts musicals, comedies and urban dance.
Aga Khan Museum
Date
03 Nov 2014
Category
Things To Do

Aga Khan Museum

A brand new Toronto treasure, the Aga Khan Museum is a gateway into the world of Islamic tradition. Its hexagon-shaped auditorium hosts full seasons of performances and film screenings, complemented by a collection of over 1,000 priceless artifacts.
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition
Date
27 Oct 2014
Category
Things To Do

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

Culled from Kubrick's archives, a retrospective of his films, photos, props and costumes, screenplays, letters, production materials, and hardware. Special guests from Kubrick's inner circles offer introductions, Q&A sessions, and film discussions.
Date
16 Sep 2014
Category
Things To Do

Just For Laughs Festival

If you call yourself a comedy fan, this is absolutely your festival—42 shows of world-class, word-renowned comedians for ten days in the Queen City. There'll be someone for everyone to laugh with (or at)—Seth Myers, Wanda Sykes, Lena Dunham, Doug Benson, Nick Offerman, Ron Funches, and Mike Birbiglia, to name a few. More names are added every day, and surprise sets will pop up during the festival as well.
Date
12 Sep 2014
Category
Things To Do

Alex Colville at the Art Gallery of Ontario

For his latest project, Andrew Hunter, the Art Gallery of Ontario's curator of Canadian art, has culled over 100 works by Canadian veteran and artist Alex Colville. Colville's work—deeply intimate, at times tense and troubled—includes such pieces as Horse and Train and Man on Verandah 1953; and Target Pistol and Man, 1980. Colville was a Toronto native and veteran of the Second World War; the latter often tints his subjects in a macabre manner. His works are on display now until January 4th of next year.
Date
08 Aug 2014
Category
Things To Do

GreekTown Taste of the Danforth

Sample authentic Hellenic food and culture at Taste of Danforth in GreekTown. One of Toronto's signature events. This popular festival features delicious food, live music and enough fun to draw over a million visitors each year.
Caribana Toronto
Date
22 Jul 2014
Category
Things To Do

Caribana Toronto

Enjoy pulsating, rhythmic music, colorful exhibitions and plenty of delicious fare at the 46th Annual Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto. Formerly known as Caribana, this popular three-week celebration is the largest of its kind in all of North America.
The Forbidden City Exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum
Date
21 Mar 2014
Category
Things To Do

The Forbidden City Exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum

The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China\'s Emperors at the Royal Museum of Ontario, features ancient artifacts that once belonged to the great emperors of China. Many of the objects date back to the city\'s construction in the early 15th century.
Witness the Spectacular Varekai in Toronto
Date
10 Feb 2014
Category
Things To Do

Witness the Spectacular Varekai in Toronto

Watch the dazzling sights and sounds of Cirque Du Soleil\'s Varekai. Picking up where the Greek tale left off, this whimsical production reimagines what happens to Icarus after flying too close to the sun. Read more in our latest blog post.
Skate in the Heart of Downtown Toronto at Natrel Rink
Date
17 Jan 2014
Category
Things To Do

Skate in the Heart of Downtown Toronto at Natrel Rink

Spend time outdoors this winter at Toronto\'s most scenic ice rink on Lake Ontario. Natrel Rink allows skaters to glide around the rink and visit rink-side restaurant Lakeside Local Bar & Grill for gourmet coffee and delicious food.
Toronto Fringe Festival
Date
09 Jul 2013
Category
Things To Do

Toronto Fringe Festival

Celebrating 25 years of new theater, art and music, the Toronto Fringe Festival is Canada's most spectacular cultural events. A stepping stone for the most creative and emerging artists, Toronto Fringe Festival features 150 shows in 35 venues, including live music, new plays, video and film and family shows. Experience art in unique urban spaces, enjoy experimental theater, and dance at the Fringe Club with live music and visual art on the streets of Toronto.
Salsa on St. Clair
Date
08 Jul 2013
Category
Things To Do

Salsa on St. Clair

Toronto's Salsa on St. Clair is a celebration of the art of salsa dancing to be held Saturday, July 13th and Sunday, July 14th in the Hillcrest Village area of Toronto. Join in the free street party as midtown Toronto will be converted into a display of thumping music, passionate dancing, tasty foods, a Latin marketplace and live entertainment.
Summerlicious
Date
01 Jul 2013
Category
Things To Do

Summerlicious

Beginning July 5th through July 21st, Toronto's most popular culinary celebration - Summerlicious - takes over the city featuring 196 of the top restaurants serving three course prix fixe lunches and dinners. From Indian to Italian and Mediterranean to Mexican, you'll have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of innovative cuisine paired with craft beers, hand selected wines and signature cocktails.
BuskerFest
Date
10 Jun 2013
Category
Things To Do

Buskerfest Toronto 2013

One of the Top 100 Festivals in Ontario, the Toronto BuskerFest is a fun, wacky, and unique event where street performers from all over converge on one place to entertain and raise awareness. A fundraiser for Epilespy Toronto, BuskerFest combines a wonderful cause with entertainment the whole family can enjoy.
The 2013 Luminato Festival
Date
20 May 2013
Category
Things To Do

Luminato Festival 2013 in Toronto

Highbrow art has never been more accessible in Toronto with the annual Luminato Festival. For one week in June 2013, get your fill of stage performances, live musical tributes, and intellectually stimulating conversations featuring Willem Dafoe, Marina Abramovic, and Joni Mitchell.
Second City
Date
13 May 2013
Category
Things To Do

Second City

Laugh until you can breathe at the legendary Second City, the famed comedy club in Toronto where the world's funniest comedians got their start - from Martin Short to Mike Myers. Originally opened in Chicago, Second City's sister-theatre in Canada presents hilarious sketch comedy and improv shows and the funniest comedy acts in the world. Enjoy a fun night on the town with dinner and show packages. Don't miss the Second City Improv All Stars!
Hockey Hall of Fame
Date
07 May 2013
Category
Things To Do

Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey fans will love the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto with exciting exhibits, interactive games, 3D movies and impressive artifacts of hockey's greatest games and players. Get up close with the Stanley Cup, experience the most exciting moments in international hockey, including the "Miracle on Ice" of 1980, and explore the largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the world.
Royal Ontario Museum
Date
29 Apr 2013
Category
Things To Do

Royal Ontario Museum

If you want to experience the culture of Toronto, the Royal Ontario Museum is an awesome place to start your adventure. Royal Ontario Museum is one of the world's best museums of natural history and world cultures with extraordinary galleries of science and civilization. See a massive T. rex, explore the ancient art of Rome and Egypt and discover the amazing collection of Chinese architecture.
Harbourfront Centre
Date
22 Apr 2013
Category
Things To Do

Harbourfront Centre

Nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario, Harbourfront Centre is the cultural and recreational soul of Toronto's Waterfront. Take a stroll along the lively waterfront, relax at the water's edge, rent a boat and enjoy wonderful shopping, dining and entertainment. Explore the International Marketplace, see a show at the World Stage and enjoy summer concerts at the Toronto Music Garden.
The Great St. Lawrence Market in Toronto
Date
15 Apr 2013
Category
Things To Do

The Great St. Lawrence Market in Toronto

St. Lawrence Market is a culinary and cultural staple that helps define the city of Toronto. Within the market, great food and friendly shopkeepers reigns supreme. Visit the market today and get a healthy helping of authentic Canadian food and conversation.

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