The Strawberry Blonde/Carefree The Toronto Film Society presents a double bill of classics, one by Raoul Walsh and the other by Mark Sandrich. At the Carlton. See listing.
Wrath Of The Titans It may have been beaten by The Hunger Games juggernaut at the box office, but don't forget this action-packed sequel to the mythological adventure epic Clash Of The Titans. See review and Q&A with director Jonathan Liebsman.
Alt.COMedy Lounge Mark Little, Ian Lynch, Perry Perlmutar, Fiona Carver and others get laughs at the weekly night of alternative comedy at the Rivoli. See listing.
Clybourne Park Bruce Norris's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the changing of neighbourhoods over time in a Chicago suburb gets its first preview at the Berkeley Street Theatre before Thursday's opening. See listing.
The CBC: Past, Present and Future, If Any With the Conservatives chopping the CBC budget by 10%, former CBC producer Eric Koch's speech to the Couchiching Institute on the future of public broadcasting is right on cue. Koch, you should know, has been promoting a hands off the CBC petition. He speaks at 6pm, at Samara, 33 Prince Arthur and it's free. See listing.
Metronomy If you're going to check out UK electronic band Metronomy tonight at the Hoxton, make sure you get there early enough to catch Toronto treasure Sandro Perri opening up the night. See listing.
Meral Pasha A reception happens tonight for Pasha's Liminal Spaces: Inside The Folds Of A Map, a show of photographic work exploring racial, cultural and gender identity and stereotypical representations of South Asian women, at OISE's Centre for Women's Studies in Education. See listing.