Featured Events & Exhibitions

Live performances, seasonal events and more film festivals than you can envisage fill up the Toronto events calendar this time of year.

Here are just a few of the many big events coming up and for a full range of goings on, check out our calendar of Toronto events.

See Toronto in a Whole New Light

December to March

Find info on all the outdoor light and art installations illuminating the city this winter.

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Shakespeare’s LEAR

January 9 to 28

Groundling Theatre Company brings a classic to the Harbourfront.

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Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival

January 12 to 21

#SeeTheNorth during this cinematic celebration of all things Canuck.

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Toronto Design Offsite Festival

January 15 to 21

Put the 100+ events and exhibitions of the TO DO festival on your to do list this January.

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COC’s Rigoletto

January 20 to February 23

Innocent love, anger, heartbreak and a father’s revenge – oh, and some singing – propel this Verdi classic.

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Winterlicious

January 26 to February 8

Warm up your winter palate with the prix fixe feasting of Winterlicious.

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Book Hotels & Attractions

Art Gallery of Ontario

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

March 3 to May 27, 2018.

This groundbreaking artist’s exhibition sells out fast wherever it goes, and as a first for the AGO and Toronto it is bound to be popular. Explore time and space through Kusama’s immersive infinity rooms, mesmerizing paintings and playful sculptures.

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Royal Ontario Museum

VIKINGS: The Exhibition

November 4, 2017 to April 2, 2018.

An extraordinary window into the lifestyle, religion and daily lives of these legendary explorers and artisans, this exhibition offers a fresh look into the Viking Age.

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Christian Dior

November 25, 2017 to March 18, 2018.

Celebrating the House of Dior’s 70th anniversary, Christian Dior draws from the ROM’s extensive collection from the first ten years of haute couture from 1947 to 1957. The French fashion designer redefined fashion in the post–World War II era and introduced iconic looks that resonate to this day.

Aga Khan Museum

The World of the Fatimids

March 10 to July 2, 2018.

For the first time in North America a collection of masterpieces from this ancient and influential dynasty are on display. Monumental marble reliefs from the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo and luxury objects and metalware tell the story one of the greatest civilizations in the world.

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