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God of Carnage
May 25 to June 9, Todmorden Mills - 67 Pottery Rd, presented by East Side Players. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage relates an evening in the lives of two couples, residents of a Brooklyn neighborhood, who meet to discuss a playground incident. Alan and Annette’s son hit Michael and Veronica’s son in the face with a stick, resulting in two broken teeth. The four of them agree to discuss the incident civilly, but, as the night wears on and drinks are imbibed, the polite veneer breaks down. The couples initially spar against each other, but the men gang up on the women and the spouses switch sides as the fighting continues. Reza’s play suggests that our civilized trappings do a poor job of hiding our venality and bile. Reservations / Advance Tickets are required For more information, please visit eastsideplayers.ca or call 416.425.0917
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Beanstock Coffee Festival
May 26 & 27, Harbourfront Centre - 245 Queens Quay W. Beanstock Coffee Festival is a not-for-profit initiative to showcase the best coffees that Canada has to offer. Held in an abandoned warehouse, the two-day event will showcase over 30 Canadian Coffee Roasters, local food, drinks, and music on Toronto's scenic waterfront. Formatted similarly to a craft beer festival, attendees are given a reusable mug upon arrival to minimize waste, a token to take a bag of coffee home and unlimited coffee samples. Attendees also have access to latte art and espresso classes amongst other coffee education. Beanstock is hosting the Canadian National Barista Championships (think 'Barista Olympics) where the winner will go on to represent Canada on the world stage in Amsterdam. Kid and family friendly. Cost: $25. Day Passes & Weekend Passes are available online. The main Beanstock Coffee Festival grounds are ticketed, but the Education Centre and Canadian National Barista Championships are open and free to the public throughout the entire weekend. *Tickets will be available at the door, capacity permitting. Reservations / Advance Tickets are required For more information, please visit beanstockfestival.coffee or call 647.383.8625
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ReelAbilities Film Festival: Toronto
Coming Soon…May 29 to June 4. ReelAbilities Film Festival: Toronto (RAFFTO), Canada’s largest film festival dedicated to showcasing Deaf and disability cultures returns for its third year with 25 films. Screening in various venues in Toronto, the 2018 RAFFTO lineup includes Canadian premieres from Brazil, Canada, China, Poland, Spain and the U.S. Innis Town Hall Theatre at University of Toronto - 2 Sussex Ave; Al Green Theatre - 750 Spadina Ave; Toronto Reference Library - 789 Yonge St. Reservations / Advance Tickets are required. Cost: $12 - Tickets are on sale now at reelabilities.org/toronto. Discounted tickets are available for seniors, post-secondary students and those experiencing financial barriers. Screenings are free for support persons and students from kindergarten – grade 12. For more information, visit reelabilities.org/toronto
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Grease Toronto
Continues to…June 17, The Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre - 189 Yonge St. Due to popular demand, Grease returns to Toronto’s famed Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre. Join Danny, Sandy and the gang as we return to Rydell High to celebrate 40 years since Grease first debuted on the ‘‘big screen’‘. Perfect for friends, family and anyone looking for an entertaining night of song, dance and Summertime Lovin’! Be sure to add Grease to your list of things to do in Toronto! Reservations / Advance Tickets are required. For more information, please visit greaseonstage.com
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2018 Lilac Festival Olympic & Developmental Classes Regatta
May 26 & May 27, Foot of MacNab Street North, Hamilton. Presented by the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club. Annual event, visitors include Canadians and Americans. For more information please visit the website rhyc.ca or call 905.528.8464
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Carassauga Festival of Cultures
May 25 to May 27, various cultural and community centres within Mississauga. Carassauga Festival is a 3-day family friendly multicultural event showcasing over 50 countries at different pavilion locations throughout Mississauga. Travel the world without leaving the city. In each pavilion, you will find ethnic foods, entertainment, culture of the country you are visiting and vendors. Admission cost is only $10 for an advance Carassauga passport or $12 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Unlimited access to all Pavilions, our KidsZone and shuttle service to all the locations all weekend long. (Friday May 25-7:30pm to midnight, Saturday May 26-1pm to midnight and Sunday May 27-1pm to 7pm). For more information, please visit carassauga.com or call 905.615.3010
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May Sidewalk Sale and Into the Green & Blues Street Festival
May 26, 9am - 5pm. Shop downtown all week long to find great deals on your favourite items. Massive instore blow-out sales will be announced in early May so don't miss out on this once a year shopextraveganza. For more information, please visit downtownorillia.ca/event/may-sidewalk-sale or call 705.325.3261
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The Harlequin Singers Concert For Children in Need
Sunday, May 27, 03pm - 05pm, St Luke's Parish Hall - 1382 Ontario Street, Burlington. For over 40 years The Harlequin Singers have presented music from Broadway, films, and contemporary charts. Refreshments follow. Tickets are $20.00; a non-perishable food item is requested (Call 905.681.2816 or at the door). All proceeds go towards food and programs for children in Hamilton and Burlington, and suicide prevention for Indigenous youth. For more information, please call 905.681.6097
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