5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, November 13

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We weep not wet weighty tears this Wednesday.

Not when there are so many great things going down in Toronto. Time to find something to do today, November 13.

Eataly Toronto Grand Opening

What: Take a trip to Italy without leaving Yorkville. Doors will officially open to the public for the first time ever. Arrive early to be one of the first guests to browse the marketplace, learn from producers, and try complimentary tastings. The first 100 guests in line will receive a special gift!

When: Wednesday, November 13
Time: 5 pm
Where: Eataly, 55 Bloor St West
Admission: Free to attend

Indie Week 2019

What: It’s a five day festival of the biggest names, newest stars, and the next soon-to-be-everywhere bands of the indie music scene. It’s a smorgasbord of choices at venues throughout the city, celebrating everything great about indie rock. This is the place to hear some of the best live music of the year.

When: November 13 to 17
Time: Times vary
Where: Various venues throughout the city, check online
Admission: Music only $60, conference $100, all-access $140, available online


What: Love or hate his style, Logic is undeniably one of the most talented and complex rappers spitting bars today. See him live in Toronto this month as he fills Scotiabank Area on his latest tour.

When: Wednesday, November 13
Time: 7:30 pm
Where: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street
Admission: $29.99 to $89.99, available online

Another Brick in the Wall: The Opera

What: The Wall is considered one of the most iconic rock albums of all time. Fans can now experience the musical masterpiece come to life in the form of a spectacular opera production which is stopping in Toronto. The show has received critical acclaim, including two Opus Awards following its 2017 Montreal world premiere and a record-breaking premiere in Cincinnati.

When: November 13, 14, 16, 17, and 23
Time: Times vary
Where: Meridian Hall, 1 Front St E
Admission: $56, available online

Eldritch Theatre’s 20th Abominaversary: The Harrowing of Brimstone McReedy

What: See The Harrowing of Brimstone McReedy, nominated as the Best New Play and Best Performance at the 2017 Dora Mavor Moore Awards. It’s an “eerie tale of unholy larceny and Klondike gold.” Based on the sworn testimony of the miserable souls who survived this terrifying ordeal in the heart of the Canadian Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. The show’s creator incorporates magic and puppets to deliver the performance.

When: November 13 to 24
Time: Monday to Saturday, 8 pm; Sundays, 3 pm
Where: Red Sandcastle Theatre, 922 Queen Street East
Admission: $25, available online