5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, January 13

Jan 12 2020, 8:11 pm

Another Monday is upon us Toronto. Whether you’re just waking up or heading to bed this morning, the day is filled with great things to do this January 13.

Legends of Karaoke at Sneaky Dee’s

What: Are you ready to belt out your favourite songs in front of a crowd full of strangers? We hope so, because if you head to Sneaky Dee’s tonight you can swing for the fences and sing the greatest hits this iconic Toronto bar has on offer.

When: Monday, January 13
Time: 10 pm
Where: Sneaky Dee’s — 431 College Street West
Admission: No cover

Leonard Cohen: Words and Music

What: Leonard Cohen is one of the great literary and musical figures in Canadian history. In this series, Dr. Mike Daley tells the incredible life story of Leonard Cohen in detail. Using a selection of some of Cohen’s best poetic, prose, lyric work, and music for deeper discussion.

When: Monday, January 13
Time: 10 am
Where: Beach United Church — 140 Wineva Avenue
Admission: $15 to $50, available online

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Trivia Night

What: Think you know everything about New York’s favourite police officers? Tonight,  fans of the hit TV show are encouraged to participate in this epic edition of Brooklyn Nine-Nine trivia. There will be three rounds, with 15 questions each. The top three teams will win a $100 Hemingway’s gift card.

When: Monday, January 13
Time: 6 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: 
Hemingway’s — 142 Cumberland Street
Price: 
$9 entry per player, register online

Amélie

What: The heartwarming and increadible story of a shy waitress who decides to make the lives of everyone around her better. It’s a journey of magic, happiness, and some pretty amazing camera work.

When: Monday, January 13
Time: 6 pm
Where: Paradise — 1006 Bloor Street West
Admission: $14, available online

World’s Biggest Improv Tournament

What: Toronto is the home of an event that bills itself as the largest improv tournament on earth. Watch as 136 teams of two are widdled down until one is left as champions to have their names burned onto the (very, very prestigious) Frank McAnulty Cup.

When: Monday, January 13
Time: 10:30 pm
Where: 154 Danforth Avenue
Admission: $10, available online