It’s a brand new week Toronto, so why not set the tone for the rest of the week by checking out one of the awesome events happening today.
From festive performances to mouth-watering foodie events, here are your top events for Monday, November 27.
What: The Toronto Chocolate Festival wraps up this week and if you’re a chocolate addict and you haven’t been yet, you must check it out today! Featuring chocolate in all its delicious forms, this very sweet festival highlights chocolate tastings, chocolate making exhibitions, and chocolate eating contests.
When: Now until November 30
Where: Various locations
What: This fall, Toronto’s most iconic musical assets will be on display, as Myseum of Toronto(a nonprofit museum dedicated to all things Toronto) presents Music from People City – a professionally curated event series that invites locals, visitors and travellers to experience the city’s world-class music scenes, sounds and stories firsthand.
When: Now until January 12
Where: Venues throughout the city
What: Rose & Sons, The County General, Rickshaw Bar, Indie Ale House, and The Gabardine face-off in this fried food battle and fundraiser for the Stop Community Food Centre. Admission is free for the chance to sample them all and then vote for the people’s choice.
When: November 27, 8 pm
Where: The Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen Street West, Toronto
What: The Second City invites you to laugh along as it makes fun of all the washed up, broken down festive traditions that tend to plague the holiday season. Toronto’s renowned comedy crew serves up a delightful mix of satirical sketches and songs to keep you in a jolly mood from now until the snow melts.
When: November 27, 8 pm to 12
Where: Second City, 51 Mercer Street
What: The beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, is taking the stage at Toronto’s Elgin Theatre this evening. Ross Petty Productions will be putting on their unique take of the story this holiday season. Cyrus Lane will make his Petty Panto debut as everyone’s favourite Christmas curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge.
When: November 27, 7 pm
Where: Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge Street