What to do in Toronto this weekend, including One Of A Kind Show, Earth Hour, Homeshake, Gary Gulman and Burlesque To Fight Climate Change
ONE OF A KIND SHOW
More than 500 makers are setting up shop at the Enercare Centre this weekend for one of the country’s biggest craft events. The 44th annual One Of A Kind Show will feature 150 new vendors, as well as a marketplace, late-night shopping on March 28, DIY workshops and a new permanent section devoted to crafts by French-Canadians, the Québec Créatif. Basically, this is the place to load up on new stuff, try out artisanal food, source locally made goods and other unique ceramics, home decor, art, clothing and toys.
To Sunday (March 31) at Enercare Centre. 100 Princes’ Boulevard. Thursday 10 am-11 pm Friday-Saturday 10 am-9 pm Sunday 10 am-6 pm. $8.50-$15. oneofakindshow.com.
A Blow In The Face
Lisa Ryder’s darkly funny play about postpartum depression opens at the Theatre Centre.
To April 14. 8 pm. $25-$35. theatrecentre.org.
Ergo Pink Fest
Staged reading series puts a spotlight on women and non-binary playwrights.
Woefully underrated stand-up brings his Great Depresh Tour to the Great Hall.
March 29. 6 pm. $42.50. ticketmaster.ca.
Selfie playground inspired by childhood nostalgia pops up at 1305 Dundas West.
March 30-June 2. $25. gohideseek.com.
Family-friendly lights out with lantern making, camp fire and more at High Park.
March 30. $20, kids under 3 free. highparknaturecentre.com.
Peter Sagar’s blissed-out indie pop project returns.
March 31. Phoenix Concert Theatre. Doors 7 pm, all ages. $20. ticketfly.com.
Burlesque To Fight Climate Change
Scarlett LaFlamme and others perform at a benefit for Blue Dot Foundation at Revival.
March 31. $25-$45. 8 pm. 783 College. revivalbar.com.