Slutwalk Toronto Get out the high heels and join this procession for the right to live free of violence. All are welcome in this celebration of the body, as participants march to end victim-blaming and sex shaming. 5 pm. Free. Nathan Philipps Square. See listing, and read about why the Toronto Police aren't marching.
Critical Mass Ride Join hundreds of bike buddies in this euphoric, safety-in-numbers ride through the downtown to share cycling joy and make the point that two-wheeled vehicles belong in the midst of city traffic. 6:30. Spadina and Bloor. See listing.
Last Call At The Oasis Jessica Yu's documentary explores the coming freshwater crisis and will likely have you refusing to drink bottled water. Opens today at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. See review.
Cloudburst Thom Fitzgerald's drama about an aging lesbian couple (Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker) who want to get married screens tonight as part of the Inside Out LGBT Film Festival. TIFF Bell Lightbox. See review.
Pieces Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman's play about a couple's history has a fascinating structure; the order of some scenes depends on a random draw each night. See interview with the playwright. At Unit 102.
The Panel Show Ron Sparks, Mike Kiss and others take part in a comedy quiz show at the Comedy Bar. See listing.
Mayer Hawthorne & the County The Michigan throwback soul and doo wop singer plays an early show at the Hoxton, and then plays a DJ set later that night at Revival, which will most likely be more focussed on hip-hop.
Chronicles Of The Outspoken Celebrate the completion of this multidisciplinary art program in which youth from Success Beyond Limits worked with artists Deanna Bowen, Funmilola Lawson, NomanzLand, Eugenio Salas and Truth Is... to create video and performance works that express the richness and complexity of life in the Jane-Finch community. At the Art Gallery of York University. See listing.