Bad Dog TheatreCompany‘s Toronto, I Love You is an unscripted comedy about unexpected connections in our large city that will make you laugh and appreciate the nuances of living in this cosmopolitan city. The show is set in a variety of neighbourhoods in The Six as suggested by the audience, and features spontaneously-crafted storylines that intertwine and intersect in surprising ways through longform improv.
Paradise has announced that the stylishly restored venue will officially reopen its doors to the public on Thursday, December 5, 2019. The Art Deco and Art Moderne heritage-designated landmark offers the ultimate in comfort and state-of-the-art technology, along with a full-service restaurant and cocktail bar opening soon. Catering to cultural aficionados, Paradise Theatre will feature a curated mix of classic and contemporary films, in addition to an eclectic range of multi-art events including live music performances, talk series, and comedy.
The 20th annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival– the world’s largest Indigenous Festival will feature film and various media works by Indigenous screen-content creators, running until October 27 in Toronto.
imagineNATIVE is one of my favourite festivals in Toronto because it encompasses and showcases the richness of Indigenous arts and culture.
Below you will find with my personal suggestions of some must-sees at the festival over the next week. Lots to experience at imagineNATIVE on its 20th anniversary!
Monsters through the ages have been vilified for their unconventional appearances, but if you think Monsters ARE BEAUTIFUL, the Super Wonder Gallery hosts a party to celebrate all things Monsters. There will be paintings, sculptures and installations inspired by your most beloved Monsters!
Franco-Fête de Toronto, Toronto’s biggest Francophone music and culture festival presents its 37th edition from July 5th to 7th. The festival will offer three days of events celebrating the abundance of Francophone heritage and showcasing the very essence of Francophonie.