Thursday, January 28, 2016

Your Vintage Weekend Roundup! January 28th-31st!


Photo: Toronto Archives

HIGHLIGHTS: 
Bopstravaganza with Tennessee Voodoo Coupe / David Bowie vs Everybody / Class of 2016 with the Dreamboats / Bootleg Sugar Burlesque / Shindig / GLSB Surfin' Sunday

THURSDAY, 28th:

10am - National Film Board of Canada's Still Photography Division 1941-71 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa) 
6pm - Star Wars: a New Hope (1977) at Cineforum
7:30pm - Hogtown (play/TO history) at Campbell House Museum
8:30pm - The Graduate (1967) at TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre
9pm - Live Brit Pop Karaoke at The Old Laurel

9:30pm - The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) at Cineforum


FRIDAY, 29th:

10a - National Film Board of Canada's Still Photography Division 1941-71 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa) 
5:30p - The Straight Eights at Castro's Lounge

7pm - Bopstravaganza Winter Rock n Roll Party with Tennessee Voodoo Coupe at Dovercourt House
7pm - Bootleg Sugar Burlesque at The Paddock
7:30p - Hogtown (play/TO history) at Campbell House Museum
9pm- The Twilight Zone UK Dance Floor Group Presents: A Tribute to David Bowie“Let’s Dance” at Remix Lounge
9pm - Class of 2016 with the Dreamboats at The Silver Dollar Room
10p - DJ Blush (50s/60s/70s) at Stones Place
10p - David Bowie vs Everybody (Bowie wins) Tribute Party at Gladstone Hotel
10p - Shindig! at The Piston
11.3p - Rocky Horror Picture Show with Shadow Cast at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

SATURDAY, 30th:

10a - National Film Board of Canada's Still Photography Division 1941-71 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa) 
2pm - Hogtown (play/TO history) at Campbell House Museum
3:45p - Ingrid Bergman: In her Own Words at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
4.3p - The Happy Pals! (jazz/swing) at Grossman's Tavern
6pm - Lily Frost at Castro's Lounge
7 & 9pm - Sound and Vision: A Celebration of David Bowie at Carlton Cinema
7pm – Saturday Night Swing - Toronto Lindy Hop theme night: Winter Carnival with Combo Royale at Dovercourt House
7:30p - Hogtown (play/TO history) at Campbell House Museum

9pm - Bad News: 2nd Birthday Dance Party (sixties/soul/trash/rnr) at Dundas Video
9pm - Story of a Prostitute (1965/Seijun Suzuki) at TIFF Lightbox Theatre
10pm - Shake Rattle and Roll at Clintons
10p - DJ Blush (50s/60s/70s) at Stones Place
10pm - Shake-A-Tail (50s/60s) at Sneaky Dee's

SUNDAY, 31st:

12p - National Film Board of Canada's Still Photography Division 1941-71 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa) 
2pm - Hogtown (play/TO history) at Campbell House Museum
2pm - Toronto Film Society: The Enforcer (1951) at Carlton Cinema
3:30p - Toronto Film Society: The Boss (1956) at Carlton Cinema
4pm – New Orleans Connection Allstars at Grossman's Tavern
4pm - An Afternoon with Virginia Woolf at Revue Cinema

7pm - Toronto School of Burlesque: Endowment at Revival Bar
7pm - Great Lakes Surf Battle: Surfin' Sunday at Shameful Tiki Room 
7:30p - Hogtown (play/TO history) at Campbell House Museum
9pm - Sinful Sundays at Cherry Cola's (Burlesque): Bad Girls Club
9pm - Watch This Sound (rare vintage vinyl) at Castro's Lounge

LONG RUN SHOWS/EXHIBITS:

My Diary: A Woman’s Life in Victorian Scarborough at Scarborough Museum (runs until Jan 31)
In Love withe the Stars at TIFF Bell Lightbox Film Reference Library (runs until April 2)

Action, Anarchy and Audacity: A Seijun Suzuki Retrospective (director/1960s) at TIFF Lightnox Theatre (select dates/show times until April 2)
National Film Board of Canada's Still Photography Division 1941-71 at Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa) (runs until May 8)
Fashion Victims: The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century at Bata Shoe Museum (runs until June 2016)

RADIO SHOWS:

Wednesdays, 10pm and Saturdays, 12:01am - Whistle Bait (1950s rockabilly) www.whistleradio.ca
Thursdays, 7pm – The Redline Rockabilly Show on CFBU 103.7 FM
Fridays, 6pm – Rockabilly with DJ Catwoman CIUT 89.5 FM
Fridays, 7pm – Rock n Roll Riot on 97.7 The Beach (Wasaga)
Fridays, 8pm – The Rockabilly Room on 100.3 CKMS (Kitchener)
Saturdays, 3pm - Vinyl from the Crypt (vintage/vinyl) on CIUT 89.5

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