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This Easter long weekend leave the cooking to us.
We’ve prepared you a smoked ham + braised lamb dish for our first-ever FEASTER dinner. Your Sunday spread comes complete with sautéed fiddleheads, buttered carrots, sweet potato + maple purée, gruyère + yukon gratin + even pie too!
Did we mention we've got bottles of red + white for $25.00?
Call our host team to save your spot before April 3rd: 416.531.5042 x 1
Judy Virago and Igby Lizzard, the wicked queens of the west end scene, return to the Drake Underground with their eclectic cast of calamitous characters for an Easter Cabaret quite unlike your regular Sunday service!
Featuring burlesque, drag, circus and live music performances from members of the House of Filth and stars of the Toronto creative scene:
Allysin Chaynes - HOUSE of FILTH
Fay Slift - Ladybear Extraordinairre
Igby Lizzard - Drag terrorist
Judy Virago - The Gender Transcender
Laura Desiree - The Big City Kitty
Nancy Bocock - House of Filth
Quanah Style - Prepare for the hurriquanah
Scarlett Bobo - The Scarlet Harlot
WITH Sasha van Bonbon, co-creator of Toronto's Legendary troupe "The Scandelles" providing a pre-show easter egg extravaganza
$10 - doors at 9pm, shows at 10pm
Blasphemers and heretics welcome -let's get resurrected!
Get your hands dirty every Monday night with some artful food fun: Be a guest judge in one of our competitive cook-offs, get creative with some do-it-yourself food art or sit back and sip a pint as sharp + sassy host Ivy Knight takes your taste buds on a gastronomical mystery tour. We're taking tonight off of 86'D Monday so we can run off that spring lamb + ham. We have to be in bikinis in a MONTH PEOPLE!!
The St. Royals are the new kings of the motown/funk/soul scene. Recently featured on Slice TV, they're an army of Toronto's most talented young players who always pack the dance floor. The St. Royals ooze style and swagger, while bringing authenticity and excitement to the soul era. Most of all, they bring the funk!
Rashaad Newsome discusses his recent work in the AGYU exhibition "Silence Please, the Show is About to Begin" (opening April 8, 6 - 9pm) and presents "The Conductor", a six part video installation that focuses on the performative gestural languages associated with hip-hop culture remixed over Carl Orff's cantata "Carmina Burana".
Image Credit: detail of video still from Rashaad Newsome's The Conductor, 2005-2014 Courtesy of the artist.
Joseph is native. Joseph is dreamer. Joseph is kin.
Join us for a free party featuring a DJ set from the band
Allured by the pulsing incantations of cassette grain & VHS blips, live instrumentation and other found sound, Kodak To Graph’s Michael Maleki (22) delicately floats listeners through blooming clouds of synth-washes, haunting reverberations, and propulsive rhythms. Maleki’s candle-waxed R&B & flower-trailed soundscapes weave together the nostalgic tones and colors reminiscent of a quiet childhood with the urban bounce and rhythmic disposition of the more modern spirit.
With a voice as notable as his lyrics, Donovan Woods is a critically acclaimed and in-demand Canadian recording artist, performer and songwriter. His third record, “Don’t Get Too Grand”, featuring the hit single “Put On Cologne” garnered radio airplay around the world, and was nominated for “Roots & Traditional Album of the Year” at the 2014 Juno Awards. Splitting his time between Nashville and Toronto, Woods’ versatile songs have been recorded by everyone from Canadian indie artists to established stars like Tim McGraw or Alan Doyle (Great Big Sea), and been featured in television shows, major motion pictures and commercials. Piercingly honest and quietly anthemic, Woods sings with a striking sense of the world that produced him – the unsung towns of Canada’s industrial heartland. The result is music that’s transporting, but never loses the dry, self-deprecating humour that has endeared Woods to audiences from the start.