Five things to do in Toronto on the weekend of January 17–19
In this edition of The Weekender, some comedy rap battles, a drunk actor does Shakespare and three more things to do in Toronto this weekend.
DJ Skate Night (FREE!)
Skaters won’t be the only ones spinning at this icy dance party. Seasoned twirlers and novices alike can glide around Harbourfront Centre’s rink while grooving to a selection of upbeat tunes—and maybe dodging a few flailing arms. Jan. 18. Free. Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W., harbourfrontcentre.com
In this rendition of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the actor who plays the title role drinks a bit of whiskey before each of his 15 entrances. Oh, and the play ends in a sword fight. Jan. 17–18. Tickets $18 advance, $25 door. The Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave., urbanbard.ca
A Conversation with Edith Head
Edith Head, the late Oscar-winning Hollywood costumer, is portrayed in this one-woman play. Expect drama, glamour, and gossip. Jan. 17–18. Tickets $35–$40. Buddies in Bad Times, 12 Alexander St., buddiesinbadtimes.com
The Leslieville Flea (FREE!)
Mercifully indoors for the winter season, this east-end flea market offers visitors an array of knickknacks, vintage clothing, and housewares. Over 70 vendors will be there. Jan. 19. Free. The Fermenting Cellar, 28 Distillery Ln., leslievilleflea.com
Comedians take the stage for a series of hilarious, character-based hip-hop battles. (For example: Dave Thomas versus Colonel Sanders.) Think Eminem’s 8 Mile, but less serious. Jan. 17. $10. The Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor St. W., facebook.com
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I saw the photo and got excited about a possible zombie attack party or something like that this weekend…
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