5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, November 4

Nov 3 2019, 8:43 pm

Hey, hey, we’re the Mondays. People say we Monday around… today, November 4.

Forget what day of the week it is and have some fun in Toronto today at one of these great events.

Late Mic T.O.

What: Late Mic Toronto, the only late-night talk show that is also an open mic. Submit monologue jokes to be read at the top of show and sign-up to perform stand-up (three minutes) or sit on the couch and have a chat/do a bit/play a character/do whatever (five minutes).

When: Monday, November 4
Time: Sign-up at 7:45 pm, show at 8 pm
Where: The Ossington, 61 Ossington Ave

Cool Hand Luke

What: Sometimes all it takes is a real cool hand. Come see the movie that defines what it means to be a total freaking boss. Watch a very debonair Paul Newman rebel against his jailers, give hope to his fellow inmates, and eat 50 eggs.

When: Monday, November 4
Time: 4 pm
Where: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor Street W
Admission: $11.50, available online

St. Clair Pop-Up Choir

What: This is a casual, fun night for music-lovers to get together and sing in harmony backed by a live band. No experience is necessary and  ‘non-singers’ are welcome. Come out, have a drink and join this friendly, local community while making fantastic music and memories.

When: Monday, November 4
Time: 8 pm
Where: Spielhaus Board Game Cafe, 1187 St Clair W
Admission: $10

Assface – Never Give up ‘er Dead Show

What: Are you ready to take improv comedy to uncomfortably surreal levels of hilarious? It doesn’t matter if you’re not, Assface is here. One of the cities most epic and righteous troupes is performing today, it’s not to be missed.

When: Monday, November 4
Time: 9:30 pm
Where: The Social Capital Theatre Upstage, 154 Danforth Ave
Admission: $10

Dr. Caroline Van Hemert, scientist and adventurer, shares tales from her book “The Sun Is a Compass”

What: Spend an evening with Dr. Caroline Van Hemert, who will share the incredible story of her 4,000-mile wilderness journey from the Pacific rainforest to the Alaskan Arctic, captured in her recent memoir, “The Sun is a Compass.”

When: Monday, November 4
Time: 7 pm
Where: Patagonia Toronto, 500 King St. W
Admission: Free, register online