fun., Battle Royale, Fastwurms and what to do in Toronto on Wednesday

Battle Royale If you liked The Hunger Games, check out one of its probable inspirations, Kinji Fukasaku's 2000.


Battle Royale If you liked The Hunger Games, check out one of its probable inspirations, Kinji Fukasaku’s 2000 influential film about kids fighting each other to the death. Screening twice today at the Projection Booth. See listing.

Oil And Water Robert Chafe’s highly theatrical play about race relations inspired by a true story in a 1942 Newfoundland mining town continues at the Factory Theatre until May 6. See review.

Paris 1994/Gallery DA Hoskins’s dance work about desire and memory opens tonight at the Enwave and continues until April 28. See listing.

fun. NYC rock band fun. combine the most over-the-top aspects of Queen, Kanye West and Weezer into a ridiculously catchy sound that shouldn’t work. They headline the Guvernment tonight. See listing.

Fastwurms and Philip Monk As part of programming for the exhibit Dissenting Histories: 25 Years Of The Power Plant, current AGYU and former Power Plant curator Monk talks with Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse of artist collective Fastwurms about art in Toronto past, present and future and how institutional and curatorial models affect artists’ practices. At the Power Plant. See listing.

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