Festivals Toronto 5-6th feb 2012

Festivals
Festival Of Original Theatre U of T Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies presents plays Beatriz Pizano, Helen Vosters and others plus workshops and panels. Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College, foot2012.wordpress.com. Feb 2 to 5
AYF Winterfest Armenian youth festival for all ages with entertainment by Karl Wolf and others, a hockey tournament, ice rink, marketplace and more. Free. Armenian Youth Centre, 50 Hallcrown, ayfwinterfest.com. Feb 3 to 5
Kuumba The festival of black culture features audio installations, visual arts, theatre, dance workshops, films, comedy, panel discussions, kids’ activities and concerts by Kellylee Evans, Saidah Baba Talibah, Motion and others. Most events free. Harbourfront Centre 235 Queens Quay W, 416-973-4000. Feb 3 to 5
Mosaic Storytelling Festival Performances for all ages by storytellers including Itah Sadu. Every second Sun (call for schedule). Pwyc. St David’s Anglican Church, 49 Donlands, 416-466-3142, stdavidstoronto.ca/mosaic/mosaic.html. To Mar 18
U Of T New Music Festival Compositions in a wide gamut of genres by student, faculty and guest composers plus lectures and presentations. Free-$25. Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen’s Park, 416-978-3744, music.toronto.ca. Jan 22 to Feb 5
Winterlicious Culinary festival with participating restaurants offering a special prix-fixe menu. toronto.ca. Jan 27 to Feb 9

Festivals Toronto 4th Feb 2012

Festivals
Festival Of Original Theatre U of T Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies presents plays Beatriz Pizano, Helen Vosters and others plus workshops and panels. Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College, foot2012.wordpress.com. Feb 2 to 5
Kuumba The festival of black culture features audio installations, visual arts, theatre, dance workshops, films, comedy, panel discussions, kids’ activities and concerts by Kellylee Evans, Saidah Baba Talibah, Motion and others. Most events free. Harbourfront Centre 235 Queens Quay W, 416-973-4000. Feb 3 to 5
Mosaic Storytelling Festival Performances for all ages by storytellers including Itah Sadu. Every second Sun (call for schedule). Pwyc. St David’s Anglican Church, 49 Donlands, 416-466-3142, stdavidstoronto.ca/mosaic/mosaic.html. To Mar 18
AYF Winterfest Armenian youth festival for all ages with entertainment by Karl Wolf and others, a hockey tournament, ice rink, marketplace and more. Free. Armenian Youth Centre, 50 Hallcrown, ayfwinterfest.com. Feb 3 to 5
U Of T New Music Festival Compositions in a wide gamut of genres by student, faculty and guest composers plus lectures and presentations. Free-$25. Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen’s Park, 416-978-3744, music.toronto.ca. Jan 22 to Feb 5
Winterlicious Culinary festival with participating restaurants offering a special prix-fixe menu. toronto.ca. Jan 27 to Feb 9

31 Jan 2012 Festivals Toronto

Festival
Winterlicious Culinary festival with participating restaurants offering a special prix-fixe menu. toronto.ca. To Feb 9
Mosaic Storytelling Festival Performances for all ages by storytellers including Itah Sadu. Every second Sun (call for schedule). Pwyc. St David’s Anglican Church, 49 Donlands, 416-466-3142, stdavidstoronto.ca/mosaic/mosaic.html. To Mar 18
U Of T New Music Festival Compositions in a wide gamut of genres by student, faculty and guest composers plus lectures and presentations. Free-$25. Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen’s Park, 416-978-3744, music.toronto.ca. To Feb 5

Festivals Toronto 28 dec 2011 to 30 2011

Festivals
What’s In The Box Music festival featuring local and international talent including Buck 65, Grandtheft, Sepalcure and Rouge. $5. Drake Underground, 1150 Queen W, thedrakehotel.ca/blog/2011/11/whats-box. To Dec 30.There are numerous types of festivals in the world. Though many have religious origins, others involve seasonal change or have some cultural significance.Also, certain institutions celebrate their own festival (often called “fests”) to mark some significant occasions in their history. These occasions could be the day these institutions were founded or any other event which they decide to commemorate periodically, usually annually.

Daily Festivals Toronto to Dec 10

Festivals
Toronto Serbian Film Festival Eleventh edition of the fest featuring contemporary Serbian films. $15-$20, pass $70. Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles W), Royal Cinema (608 College) and TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King W), 647-831-1657, dijaspora.ca/festival20011. To Dec 10
New Groundswell Festival Contemporary women’s theatre with staged readings of plays by Lisa Codrington, Kelly Thornton, Jordi Mand and others plus workshops and talks. $20, passes avail. Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley, 416-368-3110, nightwoodtheatre.net. To Dec 10

Daily Festivals Toronto 4th December Sunday 2011

Daily Festivals Toronto 4th December Sunday 2011
Most of them being Film Festivals you may have a Look at as follows :
Toronto Serbian Film Festival Eleventh edition of the fest featuring contemporary Serbian films. $15-$20, pass $70. Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles W), Royal Cinema (608 College) and TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King W), 647-831-1657, dijaspora.ca/festival20011. To Dec 10
New Groundswell Festival Contemporary women’s theatre with staged readings of plays by Lisa Codrington, Kelly Thornton, Jordi Mand and others plus workshops and talks. $20, passes avail. Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley, 416-368-3110, nightwoodtheatre.net. To Dec 10
Pomegranate Film Festival Screenings of Armenian films. $10, passes $50-$125. Armenian Youth Centre (50 Hallcrown), Regent Theatre (551 Mt Pleasant), pomegranatefilmfestival.com. Dec 1 to 4
Toronto Raw/Vegan Festival Speakers, demos, raw and vegan food, and more. Sat 10 am-8 pm, Sun 10 am-4 pm. Free. 918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts, Media & Education, torontorawveganfestival.com. ; Dec 3 to 4

Festivals Toronto 22 Nov 2011

Festivals
Canadian Labour International Film Festival Films exploring workers’ rights, health and safety, racism, unions and other issues affecting workers. Screenings on Sat and Sun. Free. Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex, labourfilms.ca. To Nov 27
European Union Film Festival Screenings of 24 films from 24 countries. Free. Royal Cinema, 608 College, eutorontofilmfest.ca. To Nov 30
Love And Obsession Theatre Festival Performances of plays including A Depper Kind Of Love and The One. $15/2 shows $25. Red Sandcastle Theatre, 992 Queen E, 416-845-9411, redsandcastletheatre@gmail.com. To Nov 27
Soundplay NAISA festival of experimentation in sound art and new media, with performances, installations, workshops and more. Various prices, some events free. Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie, naisa.ca/soundplay. To Nov 26

Daily Festivals Toronto, 21 November 2011

Event:-Canadian Labour International Film Festival Films exploring workers’ rights, health and safety, racism, unions and other issues affecting workers.
Address:- Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex,
Website:-labourfilms.ca.
Event:-European Union Film Festival Screenings of 24 films from 24 countries.
Address:- Royal Cinema, 608 College,
Website:-eutorontofilmfest.ca.
Event:-Soundplay NAISA festival of experimentation in sound art and new media, with performances, installations, workshops and more.
Address:- Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie,
Website:-naisa.ca/soundplay.

Festivals Toronto 20 Nov 2011

Festivals
Breast Fest Film festival dedicated to breast cancer awareness with films from around the globe plus panel discussions. $10-$25. Royal Ontario Museum Theatre, 100 Queen’s Park, breastfestfilmfest.com. Nov 18 to 20
Canadian Aboriginal Festival A pow wow, dancers, fashion shows, crafts demos, food, a marketplace and more plus the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards performance. $12, srs/yth $10, awards $20-$40. Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place, canab.com. Nov 18 to 20
Canadian Labour International Film Festival Films exploring workers’ rights, health and safety, racism, unions and other issues affecting workers. Screenings on Sat and Sun. Free. Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex, labourfilms.ca. To Nov 27
European Union Film Festival Screenings of 24 films from 24 countries. Free. Royal Cinema, 608 College, eutorontofilmfest.ca. To Nov 30
Soundplay NAISA festival of experimentation in sound art and new media, with performances, installations, workshops and more. Various prices, some events free. Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie, naisa.ca/soundplay. To Nov 26
Uma Nota Festival of Afro-Brazilian, Latin, Caribbean, funk and soul music with live acts and DJs including Samba Elégua, David Arcus, Kensington Horns and Jason Palma plus films, workshops and talks. Pwyc-$10. Various venues, umanota.ca. Nov 18 to 20