2335 Yonge St., TorontoComedy club in the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood with a 250-seat capacity. Performers from across North America. Wed.: Pro/AM Night,
62 Orchard Park Drive, TorontoFounded in 1975, this ensemble performs works by Canadian and international composers. Tickets $40-$45. Visit the website for show schedule
273 Bloor Street W., TorontoArtists of The Royal Conservatory (ARC Ensemble) are led by artistic director Simon Wynberg. Performance group composed of senior faculty
231 Queens Quay W., TorontoLed by artistic director Andrew Burashko, music ensemble performs concerts that bridge classical music with popular music, film, literature and
375 Dovercourt Rd., TorontoDance company specialized in traditional and contemporary dance and music from the Caribbean and Africa.
5100 Yonge St., TorontoCelebrate Canada’s birthday with fireworks and live entertainment. Held on July 1st every year. Free admission.
TorontoConferences, trade expositions, award shows and more featuring over 900 artists. Music legends inducted to the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, TorontoThe largest producer of opera in Canada and one of the largest in North America. Performances take place at the
463 Bathurst St., TorontoLong-standing film screening and lecture series features movies, cartoons, documentaries and random cinematic oddities, complete with talks by operator Reg
350 King Street West, TorontoAnnual celebration of French language cinema. More than 40 feature films presented. Held in March. Single tickets $12, student/seniors $10.
350 King Street West, TorontoClassic, new and avant-garde films. Adult $12, senior/student $9.50.
945 Bloor St. W., TorontoThe comedian’s comedy den features more than 60 shows a month, showcasing sketch, improv and stand-up comedy acts including resident
55 Mill St., TorontoContemporary dance company presenting works from independent choreographers across Canada. Call for tickets.
55 Mill St., TorontoIndependent contemporary dance collective. See website for performance schedule and ticket information.
MississaugaAn Ontario Heritage Trust program, discover hidden gems and architectural marvels of Mississauga. Sites include the Grange/Robinson-Adamson House, the Mississauga
35 Carl Hall Rd., TorontoRadio station 102.1 The Edge presents its annual summer concert for rock music enthusiasts. Past headliners include Rise Against, A
189 Yonge St., TorontoFrom 1913 to 1928, these theatres were home to vaudeville entertainment and silent films. Now a National Historic Site, the
195 Princes' Blvd., TorontoExpert advice and ideas for your home from more than 300 retailers and service providers. Held in September. General admission
343 Evans Ave., TorontoFamed black-light performance theatre. Tue.-Sat. Matinee: doors open at 11:30 a.m., lunch at noon, show at 1 p.m., dessert, coffee
222 Bremner Blvd., TorontoCanada’s largest gaming, horror, comic, science fiction and anime event. Watch the Canadian National Gaming Tournaments, Q&A sessions with experts,