Sunday, February 26th snowshoe and eat like a Quebecer !
316 Lawrence East Ave.
From March 2md to March 5th, Samuel Bonnet band will be on tour in Toronto and GTA.
- March 2 Artword Artbar (Hamilton) 8pm
- March 3 Lula's Lounge (Toronto) 7:30pm
March 4 Manhattan's (Guelph) 8pm
March 5 Rex Jazz Club ( Toronto ) 9:30pm
"A shore between two worlds" written by Alain Doom.
Playback by Alain Doom
Interpretation : Louise Naubert & Pierre Simpson
Dramaturgic board : Joël Beddows
"A shore between two worlds" is a psychologic and oneiric play in which a man and a woman will see their daily life shaken when fear will knock at the door. The author will transport us in a obsessive universe where level of conscience mix with the fear of reliving always the same nightmare, which will be keep starting over.
Comedian and drama author, Alain Doom is the Theatre program of Laurentian University of Sudbury director. His first play, "A neurinoma on a swing" was published at Prise de Parole. It was presented in Ottawa, Montreal, Sudbury and Toronto. Recently he has been playing in " From the seed to the crack" by Patrice Desbiens at New Ontario Theatre. This play played at Théâtre français Toronto was touring during 5 years through Quebec, Ontario and Alberta.
When ? Saturday, February 4th at 8pm.
Where ? Spadina Theatre, 24 Spadina Road Toronto (Ontario) M5R 2S7
This reading-show is a co-production of Theatre la Tangente and TFT, presented in collaboration with Laurentian University of Sudbury and Alliance francaise Toronto.
Centre Francophone Toronto is inviting you the 12th edition of its opening party for the Black History Month, on Saturday, February 4th, from 6pm. The theme of this completely free family night, will be the afro-caribean tradition of elegance. Come celebrate your culture in your traditional outfit !
African and westindian food, Dj sets ... An evening you do not want to miss !
Where ?Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church, 515, Broadview ave (Broadview station)
When ? February 4th, from 6pm
Price : Free
Presented by Toronto Jewish Film Society
Co-presented with Alliance Française, Toronto with The New Israel Fund of Canada
France, 2012, Lorraine Lévy director, 105 min
A Palestinian and an Israeli teenager, each with French connections, discover they’ve been switched at birth. The revelation shakes their respective families and identities to the core, forcing them to confront their own prejudices while forming a bond that transcends borders. In French, English, Arabic and Hebrew with English Subtitles.
Guest Speaker: Critic and Author Adam Nayman
$15 General Admission (including seniors)
$12 with box office code “Alliance Française”
$10 Young Adults (age 18-35)
2% CIF plus HST charges may apply
Individual tickets available in person only for the 4:pm screening (sorry, no online or advance ticket sales)
Box Office opens one hour before the screening start time.
All single tickets are cash sale only and subject to availability.
On Monday, December 12th, from 10AM to 7PM, come enjoy christmas crafts, jewellery, ceramics and fine foods !
The Toronto Consort brings you back to Medieval times through a series of concerts.
Friday, December 9, 8pm
Saturday, December 10, 8pm
Sunday, December 11, 3:30pm
Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall
427 Bloor Street West.
You can RSVP here
Amnistie Internationle organizes a writing marathon for francophiles as part of the Internntional day of Human rights. On Thursday, December 8th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, alone, with your family or with your friends, let your creativity speak. Take part of the marathon to show your support to people or communities who's rights are violated around the world.
From November 25th to December 1st, the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema will screen a documentary directed by John Walker.
John Walker grew up an Anglophone in Montreal in the years surrounding Quebec's Quiet Revolution. He witnessed first-hand the dramatic cultural and political changes that led to the separatist movement, the FLQ terrorist crisis and, ultimately, the exodus of more than 500,000 English-speaking Quebecers. Many of those Quebecers—including Walker—found their way to Toronto. In Hot Docs favourite Quebec My Country Mon Pays, he explores a very personal story through the lens of a cast of characters including three generations of his family, childhood confidantes and artistic contemporaries, including Denys Arcand, Jacques Godbout and Louise Pelletier. Together, an arresting and intimate view of the province to our east is crafted.
Director John Walker will be in attendance for post-screening Q&As at all screenings from November 25–28.
On Tuesday, November 29th, BeMused Network will open its doors to the public. It will be an opportunity to exchange on different creative ways to help the perfoming arts community reach the largest audience.
Where ? Heliconian Hall (35 Hazelton Avenue) on Monday November 29, 2016 in celebration!
When ? Doors open at 5:30pm. Remarks at 6:15pm. Social until 7:30pm.