Events for October 17, 2019 › Music & Events
YAGA Tarragon Theatre Mainspace On stage Sept. 17 to Oct. 20 From Kat Sandler, the mind that brought you Mustard, YAGA is a fairy tale meets whodunit inspired by the legend of Baba Yaga. A gruesome murder in a small town leads a local sherriff, a young detective and a university professor with a taste … Continued
She’s from Moldova, he’s the son of Chinese immigrants. She’s a factory worker by day and a waitress by night. He’s a cab driver. The Jungle, onstage at Tarragon Theatre from Oct. 1 to Nov. 3, is a typical Toronto love story, stolen in the moments between shifts. For tickets, visit tarragontheatre.com.
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
Baroque Roots October 16-20 Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre This October, improvisation takes centre stage when Tafelmusik lets loose for Baroque Roots, October 16-20 at Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul Centre. Featuring early baroque music, renowned for its free expression and virtuosity, don’t miss your chance to hear Tafelmusik’s inspiring musicians showcase their own … Continued
Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble Thursday, October 17th, 8pm Flato Markham Theatre In the 1950s and '60s very few jazz artists had as much influence or were as popular as Dave Brubeck and Oscar Peterson. The Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble featuring guest pianists Taurey Butler and Bernie Senensky perform the music of Dave Brubeck and Canada’s … Continued