Bursting with humour, surprise, emotion and best of all, brilliant choreography, The Nutcracker is a feast for the senses and the imagination. Don’t miss The National Ballet of Canada’s production of The Nutcracker
Wednesday, December 31
New Year’s Eve
Welcome 2015 with friends, fireworks and live entertainment in Toronto, Brampton and Mississauga. Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Toronto
January 30 – February 12, 2015
A chance to indulge in creative cuisine from around the world at great prix fixe value. Experience Winterlicious 2015
Art Gallery of Ontario
Until January 4: Alex Colville. More than 100 works by Canadian icon Alex Colville (1920-2013) mark the largest exhibition of the late artist’s work to date.
Until March 29: Brain: The Inside Story. Take an unprecedented journey through the essential bundle of neurons that is the human brain, the control centre for our thoughts, senses and feelings.
Now open: The AstraZeneca Human Edge. A new, permanent 10,000 square foot exhibition including more than 55 exhibits that explore the boundaries and thresholds of the human “machine.” How far can we push our own limits?
Royal Ontario Museum
Now on in the Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles & Costume: Fashion Follows Form: Designs for Sitting invites you to think critically about the relationship between function and fashion in our daily lives. The history of western fashion is a sequence of changing shapes that often favours form over function and comfort.
Polar Bear Cub: 10am to 4pm daily, Toronto Zoo’s newest family member makes an appearance! Bring your little cubs to see him play.
Giant Pandas: For only the second time ever, two giant pandas (named Er Shun and Da Mao) are exhibited in Canada. See them now at the Zoo!
TIFF Bell Lightbox
Now open: Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition. Until January 26, 2015. After a string of sold-out engagements around the world, TIFF is excited to present the only Canadian date of the universally-acclaimed blockbuster exhibition celebrating legendary Hollywood filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.
Developed in close cooperation with his family and Hollywood collaborators, Stanley Kubrick offers visitors a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get inside one of cinema’s most visionary and inventive minds, responsible for some of the most unforgettable images in the history of film – from “The Shining”, to “2001: A Space Odyssey”, “A Clockwork Orange”, and more.
The Aga Khan Museum
Now open: The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto is dedicated to presenting an overview of the artistic, intellectual and scientific contributions that Muslim civilizations have made to world heritage.