Events for November 29, 2019
George Paginton: Painting a Nation Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) October 10, 2019 - February 9, 2020 Explore the vast beauty of Canada through the art of one of Ontario’s most prolific landscape painters, George Paginton – a contemporary of the Group of Seven, October 11th to February 9th at the Peel … Continued
Mandela October 10, 2019 to January 5, 2020 Meridian Arts Centre Explore Nelson Mandela's fight for justice and human dignity in South Africa. At Robben Island Prison, a former leper colony and animal-quarantine station off Cape Town, Nelson Mandela — Prisoner 466/64 — was kept by South Africa's white-supremacist regime for 18 years. Among the … Continued
“So what people watch on TV, it’s got nothing to do with the real world?” Renowned playwright Jason Sherman’s caustic look at the entertainment industry, Copy That takes us behind the scenes of network television. Four writers struggle to get their new cop show approved for production. When the team’s only Black writer is roughed … Continued
Tarragon Theatre presents Anand Rajaram in Anosh Irani's Buffoon. A Heart Breaking, Tragic and Hilarious tale of a clown finding love at the circus. November 12 to December 15. Tickets available now at tarragontheatre.com.
Sorry! Booking for this event has closed. JAZZ.FM91 presents the International Jazz Safari to Cuba — in partnership with Sunwing! We love these unique Cuban excursions as much as you do, so we couldn't resist heading back for another week of relaxation and entertainment. On this safari, a small group of 34 donors will … Continued
Two multi-award winning singer-songwriters from opposite sides of the world join forces for two amazing evenings of music. Canada’s Laila Biali and Estonia’s Kadri Voorand. Friday, November 29 at The Westdale in Hamilton Saturday, November 30 at The Royal Cinema in Toronto For tickets, visit thewestdale.ca or eventbrite.ca.
In the seven decades since the Blind Boys of Alabama first began singing together, America has witnessed a World War, the civil rights movement, and the Summer of Love; the moon landing, Vietnam, and the fall of the Berlin Wall; JFK, MLK, and Malcolm X; the invention of the jukebox, the atomic bomb, and the … Continued
Emilie Claire Barlow - Winter Lights Flato Markham Theatre Friday, November 29 • 8PM Elements of both jazz and pop feature prominently in Winter Lights, a Christmas holiday show to see a top “Canadian jazz chanteuse display an impressive vocal range.” (Latin Jazz Network). Emilie-Claire Barlow is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed jazz singer, arranger, record producer … Continued