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5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, November 30

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DH Toronto Staff Nov 29, 2016 10:30 am 177

In case you didn’t notice, it’s the last day of November!

Make sure to get started on your shopping list, but if you need a little distraction, check out these events in Toronto today. Don’t worry, one of them is a night market, we got you.

Happy Hump Day!

Date with Dance: An informal encounter with art

Date with Dance is a fun way to spend an evening with Nova Bhattacharya; you’ll get to see her dance classical bharatanatyam as well as demonstrate her use of the form in a contemporary aesthetic. This special presentation will also allow audience members to share their own thoughts, feelings and questions about their experiences with the art form.

Where: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East
When: November 30 at 6 pm

Boozaar: Gladstone’s Vintage Night Market

Booze and peruse the Gladstone Hotel’s Vintage Boozaar: the ultimate Vintage Night Market in Toronto’s oldest hotel. Hunt through heaps of vintage/ retro/ repro clothing, accessories, antiques, rare and used books and vinyl while listening to groovy tunes and boozing with the thriftiest vintage collectors in the city.

Where: Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West
When: November 30 at 7 pm

Be Here Now The Andy Whitfield Story: Official Canadian Première

Be Here Now The Andy Whitfield Story is a feature documentary, directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker Lilibet Foster that follows television star, Andy Whitfield, of ‘Spartacus Blood and Sand’ fame, on his journey to seek answers and treatment options after being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma cancer in March of 2010. Proceeds from the screening benefit Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital’s Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research.

Where: Imagine Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton Street
When: November 30 at 7 pm

Red Bull Sound Select

The monthly Red Bull Sound Select showcase is curated by local tastemakers, and features awesome emerging music. This month’s curation is by Wavelength Music, and features Braids, Most People, and Nyssa.

Where: The Garrison, 1197 Dundas Street West
When: November 30 at 8 pm

Tory Lanez

Known for his crowdsurfing, beats, and rap style, Tory Lanez is one of the 6ix’s biggest music exports these days (just don’t tell Drake). His debut album, I Told You, was released this summer, and his tour brings him back home tonight – and again in December.

Where: Rebel, 11 Polson Street
When: November 30 at 8 pm

 


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