January 26, 2014
When: January 24-26, 2014
Where: Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd. Toronto M6K 3C3
Time: Friday 5pm-9pm; Saturday 10am-7pm; Sunday 10am-6pm
Admission: Online: $12; At the Door: $15; Brides are free but must pre-register online.
Show Info: The National Bridal Show is the best wedding planning resource in the Toronto and GTA area. From the latest in wedding registries, fashion accessories, favours, flowers, cakes, djs, transportation, and all the things that go into making every wedding unique and special, exhibitors at the National Bridal Show showcase the best of the best.
When: January 25 & 26, 2014
Where: Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place, Hall C 100 Princes’ Blvd. Toronto M6K 3C3
Time: Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 10am-5pm
Admission: Online: $10; At the Door: $12; Students & 60+: $6.50; Children under 12: Free.
Show Info: As our famous winter weather arrives, what better way to escape the winter blues than exploring warm and exotic vacation opportunities, or home-grown escapes. Discover cultures from around the world through our exciting exhibitors, seminars and entertainment from around the world. Toronto’s Ultimate Travel Show has everything you need to inspire you to plan your best vacation ever!
*All-New 2014 Show, with a Live Orchestra*
Presented by the Falun Dafa Association of Toronto
Every year, Shen Yun Performing Arts unveils an entirely new lineup of dances, songs, and musical scores that offers an exhilarating world-class production on a grand scale. Its exquisite performances celebrate the excellence and grandeur of classical Chinese dance and music inspired by the myths, legends, and divine beauty of 5,000 years of traditional Chinese culture.
Since 2007, Shen Yun has dazzled millions of show-goers in more than 100 cities around the world—including 13 in Canada. Last year the Sony Centre sold out for many performances.
The New York-based Shen Yun features three touring companies, each with some 100 exceptional artists, including winners of top international competitions in dance and music. For thousands of years, Chinese artists cultivated virtue, believing that to create true art worthy of the heavens, there must first be inner purity. Today, Shen Yun’s artists follow this noble tradition. The result is a performance of consummate beauty, purity, and goodness. It is a show that nourishes the soul.
For tickets: www.sonycentre.ca
Venue: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts — 1 Front Street East
Celebrate Niagara Ice Wine Festival with Niagara Airbus – A Shimmer of Gold – Poured Daily, Celebrated Annually with Niagara Airbus Driver Wine Guides! Includes Discovery Pass…
Your tours includes pickup from any Niagara Region Hotel or Bed and Breakfast.
Pickup at 10:30 and drop off by 17:00 – Door to Door!
Tour : 35.00 + 40.00 Discovery Pass = total $ 75.00 + hst.
Tour: 40.00 + hst ( without Discover Pass).
Choose your week! – January 10-12, January 17-19, or January 24-26 – 2014.
Niagara on the Lake , and Twenty Valley Tours offered.
Book Online at www.niagaraairbus.com or call 905-374-8111.
For private charters also offered from the GTA area… please call for custom quote.
This programme envelopes you in the most appealing qualities you’ve come to expect in French music: the riveting, exotic energy of the Bacchanale by Saint-Saëns; the wistful, dreamy nightscape of Debussy’s Clair de lune (Moonlight); and the slow, evocative measures of Satie’s gorgeous Gymnopédies.
Come for: Recently appointed as Music Director of the Québec Symphony Orchestra, Fabien Gabel has been praised by The Times of London for his “compelling technique and eloquent body language.”
And more: Fantastic music with a flavour of France!
For tickets or details: www.roythomsonhall.com
Venue: Roy Thomson Hall — 60 Simcoe Street
January 24-26, 2014.
Event Description: The “Round the Clock Slo-Pitch” tournament returns to Rogers Centre. This is a co-ed slo-pitch tournament with emphasis on participation and FUN. Two divisions of play are available – Competitive & Recreational. Teams must register for the tournament through Slo-Pitch Ontario Association at www.slopitch.org. All teams are guaranteed (3) games of play throughout the weekend.
To Register: www.slopitch.org
Location: Rogers Centre – 1 Blue Jays Way
The Art Gallery of Mississauga, in a unique collaboration with Toronto Pearson International Airport, is proud to present Holding Pattern, a site-specific mixed media installation by contemporary miniature painter Tazeen Qayyum at the airport’s Terminal 1 departure lounge.
“The AGM is thrilled to collaborate with the Toronto Pearson International Airport on this exhibtion. I am fascinated by the lull of time and suspended animation of airport departure lounges, in particular the potential to find a sense of connection with art when we least expect it. This sense of connection and space for conversation are concepts that the AGM aims to activate with visual art, whether within gallery space or beyond. Our mandate is to bring art to the community and the community to art, and what better space to engage the complex nuances of global community than at the airport?”
In Qayyum’s work, the familiar and iconic airport passenger seat is rendered crimson with floral motif filigree that is
interlaced with cockroaches. The beautiful and the undesirable are side by side, each one partially camouflaged by the other.
Qayyum views the roach as a stand-in for “others” who are different from ourselves, the “others” upon whom judgement is
imposed for their difference.
Designed to enrich travel through Toronto Pearson, the extensive art and exhibitions program contributes to creating a diverse, vibrant and delightful atmosphere. The program features large scale permanent public art by international and Canadian artists, including Richard Serra, Jaume Plensa and Susan Schelle and Mark Gomes. Changing exhibtions are presented in galleries throughout Terminal 1 and showcase local art, culture and heritage in order to create a sense of place.
Location: Toronto Pearson International Airport, Terminal 1, Domestic Departures, across from Gate D20
ROM Contemporary Culture and the Cape Farewell Foundation present a visionary art exhibition, Carbon 14: Climate is Culture, curated by David
Buckland and Claire Sykes. A culmination of a two-year project, the exhibition opens in the Roloff
Beny Gallery and Thorsell Spirit House at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) on October 19, 2013 –
February 2, 2014, as part of the Carbon 14: Climate is Culture Exhibition + Festival.
Cape Farewell began the project in November 2011, when artists, including film makers, poets and
musicians, met with scientists, economists and other climate change professionals, to spark a creative
dialogue on issues related to climate change. The resulting Carbon 14: Climate is Culture exhibition
features 13 art installations, including seven new commissions by Canadian and international artists,
from various disciplines, all confronting the facts of climate change and responding in powerful and
For more details: www.rom.on.ca
Royal Ontario Museum — 100 Queen’s Park
A new production of an inspiring 5-star hit from the UK that’s part musical, part documentary.
A Canadian Stage production and Canadian premiere.
In 2006, the everyday life of the quiet town of Ipswich was shattered by the discovery of the bodies of five women. Playwright Alecky Blythe recorded extensive interviews with the residents of London Road and turned them into an intelligent, startling, and raw piece of theatre set to music by Tony Award-winning Adam Cork. Having captured the heart of England last year, this 5-star musical documentary reveals the ways in which even the darkest experiences can inspire a community.
★★★★★ (out of 5) – Evening Standard, Independent, Financial Times, Metro, Time Out.
“Show of the Year.” – Time Out.
For more details: www.canadianstage.com
Venue: Bluma Appel Theatre — 27 Front Street East