5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, November 23

Nov 8 2016, 7:40 am

Happy Humpday!

If you’ve ever wanted to check out the ballet, tonight may be your night! But if ballet isn’t your thing, check out these events taking place in Toronto today.

14th Annual Regent Park Film Festival

Regent Park Film Festival is Toronto’s only free community film festival. Dedicated to showcasing local and international independent works relevant to people from all walks of life, the films presented break stereotypes and show that no one place or person has just one story.

Where: Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas Street East
When: November 23 to 26

Share Your Light

Bring the family down and join St Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation as they turn on the lights to celebrate the generosity of neighbours like you who are helping this community. Enjoy performances by local children’s choirs and dance groups, a little magic and juggling fun, festive treats, crafts for the kids, and even free pictures with Santa.

Where: 30 The Queensway
When: November 23 at 5:30 pm

The National Ballet of Canada presents: Onegin

Set to music by Tchaikovsky, Onegin is a ballet that tells the story of the bored Russian aristocrat Eugene Onegin, who meets, seduces and then casually abandons the trusting and innocent Tatiana. Years later, Onegin encounters a much changed, more worldly and selfpossessed Tatiana and, finding himself genuinely in love with her, is himself rejected.

Where: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen Street West
When: November 23 to 27

WayHome For The Holidays feat. Darcys & Guests

Missing the summer yet? How about WayHome? If the answer is yes, which is probably is, check out tonight’s WayHome for The Holidays concert! The holiday-themed party is put on by the same folks at WayHome and features The Darcys, Bear Mountain, and the Beaches.

Where: The Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street
When: November 23 at 7 pm

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

The 90’s return with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra tonight. The progressive rock band has eight studio albums, and are known for their series of Christmas rock operas. They have sold over 10 million concert tickets, and it’s all due to their extravagant concerts.

Where: Air Canada Centre, 50 Bay Street
When: November 23 at 7:30 pm

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