It’s already Sunday – so we better start planning your week.
We’ve combed through pages of concert listings, live performances and dance parties to bring you a curated shortlist of the coolest activities for all price-ranges and interests.
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There’s something for everyone, so don’t hold back!
Remember when you watched YTV as a kid and fantasized about hanging out with The Midnight Society IRL? Well, KiKi and Gary might be fictional characters, but you can still relive your tween years by enjoying the Are You Afraid of the Dark? Marathon at D-Beastro. Cover is free, so grab some friends and have a ball!
Where: D-Beastro at 1292 Bloor Street West
When: October 25 @ 6 pm
It’s time to prepare for the inevitable Zombie Apocalypse by braving the undead at the St. Clair West Zombie walk. The Zombie Walk starts at Wells Hill Park across from St. Clair West Station, and proceeds to Earls Court Park. This event is free, and it’s excellent practice for World War Z.
Where: Starts at Wells Hill Park
When: October 29, 1 pm to 3 pm
It’s time to celebrate The Golden Age of Television by falling at the feet of its king, Bryan Cranston. That’s right,
Walter White Heisenberg himself will be in Toronto discussing his career with journalist Johanna Schneller.
Where: Isabel Bader Theatre
When: October 27 @ 8 pm
Want to up your dinner party conversation game? Well TEDx Toronto is the perfect event for you. Featuring discussions from luminaries like name expert Duana Taha, and sexuality expert Sabrina Jalees, you’re sure to learn something new. While the event is technically a conference one must apply to attend, you can still livestream TEDx talks on their website. You’re sure to come away with some fascinating facts and anecdotes.
Where: Koerner Hall and your computer screen
When: October 27
“Let’s do the time warp again!” The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be screening at the historic Hot Docs cinema, complete with a shadow cast performance. “Don’t dream it, be it,” and get some friends together to view this cult classic. Tickets are $16 at the door.
Where: 506 Bloor Street West
When: October 28 to 31
Remember when you were a kid and you got all excited for Halloween because it meant candy? Well, now you’re an adult and you can have beer instead! Put on a costume and head over to Steam Whistle Brewery for their annual halloween party. DJs Skratch Bastid and Fields McQueen will be spinning all night, so you can get your drink on while being a dance machine. Tickets are $35 each.
Where: Steam Whistle Brewery
When: October 28 and 29