A Rabbi Advocates for Palestinian Rights Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, who in her spare time is also a poet and a Klezmer dancer, comes to Palestinian solidarity from an interesting place. Formerly with the Danforth Jewish Circle, she is now coordinator of The Community of Living Traditions in Stony Point New York, a multi-faith residential community committed to the study and practice of religious and strategic nonviolence. 7:30 pm. $10 or pwyc. Beit Zatoun. See listing.
Broadview Danforth NDP Office Opening Party Come and hang out with the NDP candidate Craig Scott, now seeking the seat left open by the passing of Jack Layton and trade thoughts with Olivia Chow, Mike Layton and Peter Tabuns. 1:30 - 3:30. 838 Broadview. Free.
Brian Stewart: Inside the Vortex Sure, it's early Sunday morning, but the senior CBC-TV correspondent with decades of experience of foreign reporting will be well worth it. Stewart speaks on media in a time of crisis. 10:10 am. Free. St. Clement's Church Parish Hall. See listing.
Nubian Disciples All Black Comedy Revue Kenny Robinson's monthly comedy show includes Jay Martin, Sharif B, Dave Merheje, Trixx, Johnny Ki and more. At Yuk Yuk's Downtown on Sunday. See listing.
The Trojan Women This production of the Euripides play, in poet Gwendolyn MacEwen's translation, continues its run Saturday and Sunday at the Alumnae Theatre. See listing.
The Grey Think it's cold outside? This weather is nothing compared to what Liam Neeson, Frank Grillo and Dermot Mulroney put up with in the survival thriller set in the wilds of B.C. Opening weekend. See review and interview with director Joe Carnahan.
15 Years Of The Loop Collective The AGO's Jackman Hall screens highlights from the past 15 years, including work by Ilana Gutman, Tyler Tekatch, Colin Clark and others. Free. Saturday and Sunday. See listing (other films).
Come Up To My Room Always a fun way to explore otherwise rented areas of the Gladstone Hotel, this annual Design Week weekend event features fantastic room and public-space installations throughout the building by artists including Gareth Bate, Fugitive Glue, Sam Mogelonsky, Bruno Billio and RAD LAB. A morning talk on disposability and an evening reception and after-party happen today. See listing.
Dare Night The Torontonians, a group of Parkdale teenagers affiliated with Mammalian Diving Reflex, host this night where participants get to draw the kids' challenges from a box and perform them for the audience. At Gallerywest. See listing.
DO Design As part of Toronto Design Week's Offsite programs, shops and cafés along Dundas West between Bathurst and Grace, among them Barbarella, Caffe Brasiliano, Ezra's Pound, Odile Chocolat, Porchetta and Saving Grace, become exhibition venues for local designers. Last day Sunday. See listing.