Join Globe and Mail staff writer Alex Bozikovic and special guests for this timely screening of the 2015 documentary Bikes vs. Cars, an urgent portrait of the bicycle as a tool for urban change. Travelling from São Paulo, Los Angeles and Toronto, where cyclists fight daily for their right to the road, to Copenhagen, where forty percent of the population commutes by bike, director Fredrik Gertten meets activists and thinkers who are working for revolutionary changes and more sustainable urban enviornments.
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Join in for some family friendly theatre at the J! The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle has delighted generations of readers since 1969, selling more than 43 million copies worldwide. Now, the timeless classic has made its way off the page and onto the stage! Joseph Patrick Presents: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, which opens on July 21 in the Al Green Theatre and runs on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer. Closed September 30.
Join pop culture commentator and author of the upcoming book Nobody Cares, Anne T. Donahue (Vulture, The Globe and Mail, CBC's q) and bestselling writer Jennifer Keishin Armstrong (Seinfeldia), for a nostalgic, behind-the-scenes look at Sex and the City on its twentieth anniversary.
One of our most perennially popular member events, join us for our annual screening featuring the best shorts from Hot Docs 2018. Short films are some of the finest docs we screen at the Festival each year and we've selected seven of our favourites for you in this special program featuring some unforgettable characters.
Post-screening Skype Q&A with Jamie Miller, director of A Prince's Tale, winner of the Best Canadian Short Film Award.
The University of Toronto Faculty of Music is excited to participate in Doors Open Toronto for the first time! Visit the Edward Johnson Building at 80 Queen's Park Sunday, May 27 between 10 am to 5 pm (last entry 4:30 pm) for a behind the scenes look at the University of Toronto's home for music creation, performance, education and research. #DOT2018
Estonian Music Week in Toronto is a week long music festival, which celebrates the Republic of Estonia's 100th birthday. The festival is one of the official Estonia 100 national program events and has received support from the Estonian government. The festival will take place May 24-29, 2018.
Doors Open Toronto, presented by Great Gulf: Shining a spotlight on Toronto's film industry in 2018, Doors Open invites you to explore some of the most architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city on May 26 and 27.
Toronto Public Library and Library and Archives Canada invite you to celebrate the launch of Alter Ego: Comics and Canadian Identity on display at the Toronto Reference Library's TD Gallery from May 12 to July 29, 2018.
Join comic artists Chester Brown, Willow Dawson and Jay Odjick in conversation about autobiographical stories, challenging histories, and the future of superheroes in Canada.
Toronto Reference Library, Beeton Hall