Innis Town Hall

University of Toronto

Upcoming Events

EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT

In the Innis Cafe: "1001 Nights of Storytelling." Every Friday night since 1978, storytellers and listeners have been gathering in downtown Toronto for an open evening of oral stories. Each Friday night is unique, and everyone is welcome to come and listen, come and tell. Suggested donation: $5. 8pm - 10:30pm. For more information visit www.1001fridays.org

 

April 3

The Toronto Silent Film Festival presents a screening of VARIETE / VARIETY. Tuesday April 3 at 8pm. Doors open at 7:30 and tickets are $15. Please visit here for more details.

 

April 7

The Carribbean Studies program at the University of Toronto presents a screening of Storm Saulter's BETTER MUS' COME on Saturday April 7th at 7pm. A panel discussion with the director will follow the film. Admission is free. Please visit here for further details.

 

April 8

The Federation of Canadian Turkish Associations presents a screening of TURKISH PASSPORT on Sunday April 8th at 2pm. To RSVP and for further details please visit here.

 

April 11

The Academy of Lifelong Learning presents their Spring Talks speaker series Wednesdays, April 11 to May 16, 2012 Coffee at 9:45 a.m. Speaker at 10:20 a.m. Academy Members Free Non-Members $10 (All are welcome. No reservations required. Please visit here for further details.

 

April 13

Best Canadian Comic nominee Darrin Rose, star of CBC's Mr. D and MuchMusic's Video On Trial, performs his one person show about struggling with manhood after growing up in an all-male household. Thursday April 13 at 8pm. Tickets are 27$ plus tax and are available through UofTtix.

 

April 14

A special cast and crew screening of Brian Clement's film PROJECT: BREAKWATER is taking place Saturday April 14th at 7:30pm. Please visit here for further details.

 

April 15

The Toronto Film Society presents a double bill screening at 2 pm featuring: THE MAD MISS MANTON (1938, 80 minutes Director: Leigh Jason Cast: Henry Fonda Barbara Stanwyck Hattie McDaniel) Stanwyck's a society girl turned sleuthand along with her pals investigates a murder. Followed by: THE MALE ANIMAL (1942, 101 minutes Director: Elliott Nugent Cast: Henry Fonda Olivia de Havilland John Leslie) It's "Homecoming" weekend at politically correct Midwester University. Tommy Turner (Fonda) feels a full professorship is in his grasp; until the campus paper praises his politically incorrect ideals and his wife's old boyfriendex-football hero (Jack Carson) returns for the big game. For more details please visit here.

 

April 17

The Cities Centre at the University of Toronto presents Toronto in Question: Exploring the Answers. With speakers Alan Broadbent, Tanzeel Merchant and Armine Yalnizyan. Moderated by Shauna Brail, Director of the Experiential Learning Program and Senior Lecturer, Urban Studies Program, Innis College, University of Toronto. Event begins at 6:30 pm. For registration and further details please visit here.

 

April 18

The Academy of Lifelong Learning presents their Spring Talks speaker series Wednesdays, April 11 to May 16, 2012 Coffee at 9:45 a.m. Speaker at 10:20 a.m. Academy Members Free Non-Members $10 (All are welcome. No reservations required. Please visit here for futher details.

 

April 19

The Toronto North Korean Human Rights Watch Film Festival presents a screening of THE PEOPLE'S CRISIS. Event begins at 7pm. Cosponsored by CINSSU. Please visit here for further details.

 

April 20

A free screening of the documentary THE BUFFER at Innis Town Hall at 7:30 pm Friday April 20th.

 

April 25

The Academy of Lifelong Learning presents their Spring Talks speaker series Wednesdays, April 11 to May 16, 2012 Coffee at 9:45 a.m. Speaker at 10:20 a.m. Academy Members Free Non-Members $10 (All are welcome. No reservations required. Please visit here for futher details.

 

April 26-May 6

The 2012 Hot Docs Film Festival is at Innis Town Hall April 26th to May 6th. Visit hotdocs.ca for screening details and ticket information.

 

PROSPECTIVE CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: the following are public events taking place at Innis Town Hall. This list does not include private functions so it does not give a complete picture of the theatre's availability. For full information about available dates please email town.hall@utoronto.ca. Thank you!


 

 

 

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