Monday June 5

Lunchtime Live! : Nhapitapi and Classic Roots – CONCERT

Photo: Illia Cherednychenko

Swing by Yonge-Dundas Square today at 12:30PM for the Lunchtime Live! series – a free one hour lunchtime concert series that features a variety of Canadian and international artists. This week we have a Toronto based Zimbabwean …music band, Nhapitapi and Classic Roots performing live in the square.


Lawrence Krauss & Matt Dillahunty Dicussion – SOCIAL

Internationally known theoretical physicist, Lawrence M. Krauss alongside current host of the webcast and cable access television show “The Atheist Experience”, Matt Dillahunty will participate in a panel discussion on a wide variety of topics within the field of science and reason. This is an all ages event happening at The Danforth Music Hall. Doors open at 7PM. Tickets available online at starting at $34. Get yours here:


To Wong Foo Screening – ARTS & CULTURE

Come down to The Royal Cinema – Toronto tonight for their free monthly film series presented in partnership with NOW Magazine. For this month’s flick, Royal CInema is celebrating Pride Toronto with the 1995 drag queen comedy To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Having a reserved ticket is the only way for guaranteed entry as long as ticket holders are present by 7:15PM. First 100 guests admitted will be treated to free popcorn and refreshments from The Royal and Stiegl Canada! Get your free tickets now:


Josiah & The Bonnevilles – CONCERT

Check out the smooth sounds of Josiah & The Bonnevilles tonight at the Smiling Buddha. This is an all ages event. Doors are at 8PM. Tickets available online at for $12.50:



Tonight The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen W) presents Good Enough Live Karaoke Monday at the Drake! With a huge selection of over 300 songs, we’re sure you’ll find the tune to belt your heart out to alongside Toronto’s best live karaoke band, Good Enough’s. Round up your friends and we’ll see you there tonight at 10PM. To find out more visit:



TIFF Books on Film is on at 7PM at Bell LightBox (350 King W), showcasing the film Mira Nair on Queen of – a true story based off of Ugandan chess prodigy Phiona Mutesi. Eleanor Wachtel, host of CBC/Radio-Canada Writers & Company, will lead discussions with acclaimed filmmakers, authors and screenwriters on the art of adaptation and the journey from page to screen. Tickets on sale at starting at $36