Culture, Arts & Entertainment
Rabindranath Tagore was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913. To celebrate this, join Kathleen O'Connell, South Asia Studies U of T, as she discusses Tagore and Satyajit Ray, the filmaker and director.
Just in time for summer reading, noted Globe and Mail crime fiction reviewer, Margaret Cannon, will introduce you to the latest published crime fiction.
Celebrate World Pride 2014 with a special performance by Singing Out, Toronto's largest LGBTQ Community Chorus. Now in its 22nd year, Singing Out is a mixed-voice choir that welcomes singers of diverse backgrounds, sexual ori...
The Tiger Skin Rug: Tiger pretends to be a rug in the Rajah's palace so he can enjoy a life of luxury and happiness. Can he keep up his hilarious disguise when a robber breaks into the palace one night? Free tickets available...
To attract our attention, even just for a moment, in the midst of the breathtaking scenery of Southern Italy, gardens have to be extraordinary. From the ?Terrace of Infinity? overlooking the Amalfi Coast, to a lush, tropical...
Open to storytellers of all levels including those just learning to share and tell stories. Story-listeners are also welcome. Share your love of stories and storytelling with others in a supportive environment. All are welcom...
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London's Courtauld Institute Gallery is one of Europe's finest small art galleries. Today's talk highlights its collection of great Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings....
?Madness: Minds Pushed to the Edge,? the season will feature plays that explore minds that are driven out of balance by a variety of forces: love, war, poetry, age, sexuality,? says artistic director Antoni Cimolino in a pres...