OFWGKTA The controversial Odd Future brat-rap collective returns to Toronto tonight to play Sound Academy. See listing.
Wanderlust This comedy starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston as two New Yorkers who pack up and move to a commune has flown under the radar, but give it a shot. It's funny and very timely. See mini review.
The Small Room At The Top Of The Stairs Quebec playwright Carole Fréchette puts an interesting twist on the Bluebeard tale in this look at a woman who unlocks secrets in her seemingly perfect marriage. At the Tarragon. See review.
Awkward Maggie Cassella, Shawn Hitchens, Gavin Crawford and other queer funny people discuss embarrassing moments in this night of comedy and storytelling. At Buddies in Bad Times. See listing.
International Day Against Police Brutality With yet another lawsuit surfacing against an officer for G20 attacks, come and press for more community control over policing and immigration enforcement, and an end to the prison expansion. 5 pm. Free. 51 Division. 51 Parliament. See Facebook page.
The Immorality of our Crime Policy With Bill C-10, the Tory omnibus crime bill, near passage, legendary defence lawyer Edward Greenspan explores our justice system's shortfalls when it comes to rehabilitation, proportionality and restorative justice. Free. Noor Cultural Centre. See listing.
The Culture War in Iran With the U.S. contemplating an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, time to get up close and personal with Iranian society. This lecture features Mohamad Tavakoli, professor of History and Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations at U of T, and author of Refashioning Iran: Orientalism, Occidentalism and Nationalist Historiography. Free. University College, rm 179. See listing.
Kiana Hayeri A reception happens today for Iranian-born photographer Hayeri's Your Veil Is A Battleground, in which she documents the risks young people in Tehran take pushing against the regime's restrictions on dress and socializing. At I.M.A. Gallery. See listing.