Today in Toronto: On the Side of the Road opens, the TSO performs, Alan Bradley reads at Harbourfront
On the Side of the Road: A production by Calgary’s Theatre Junction, this play is a gothic tale about a young novelist who heads back to Lac la Biche—with his Parisian girlfriend in tow. Find out more >>
Toronto Symphony Orchestra: The centrepiece in Symphonie Fantastique is a vivid tone poem by Berlioz that portrays a young musician’s obsession with an aloof beloved. Find out more >>
Authors at Harbourfront Centre: Canadian Alan Bradley holds forth on the hijinks of 11-year-old detective Flavia de Luce in The Weed That Strings the Hangman’s Bag. Flavia’s first outing, The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, made Bradley an “overnight success” at almost 70. Find out more >>
The Eh List Authors: Writers’ Trust award winner Annabel Lyon reads from The Golden Mean, a story about Aristotle and Alexander the Great that took almost eight years to research and write. Find out more >>
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