Emmy Award-Winner Richard Thomas will star as Atticus Finch!


David Mirvish Presesnts The 2023/24 Main Mirvish Theatre Subscription Season
Richard Thomas as Atticus Finch in Harper Lee s To Kill a Mockingbird. A new play by Aaron Sorkin. Directed by Bartlett Sher. LIMITED RUN - Secure your seats and save with a Subscription!
NOV 21–27, 2023

Pride and Prejudice* (*Sort Of)

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July 17, 2023 |

Reminder: We Opened The Vault of Event Replays

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July 15, 2023 |

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July 14, 2023 |

Your First Look at SIX The Musical! 👑


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Rehearsals are officially underway for the Toronto premiere of SIX The Musical. Take a peek at the cast and creative team in rehearsals and join us at the Royal Alexandra Theatre to witness the ‘euphoric celebration’ we’ve all been craving!
SIX The Musical, Meet Your Toronto Queens

What does it take to bring a big musical to Toronto? Our new video series Building A Show will take you along as we bring SIX The Musical to the stage of the Royal Alexandra Theatre! With exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with cast and creatives, you’ll see everything from rehearsals to opening night. Follow Mirvish on social media to make sure you never miss an episode.

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Choosing A Show

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Casting Finals

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Toronto’s SIX Queens

From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over!
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July 14, 2023 |

2023-24 Raptors Group Deposits On-Sale Now!

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Thank you for being a Raptors fan! We want to provide you the opportunity to secure your group deposit ahead of the 2023‑24 season.

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July 14, 2023 |

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July 14, 2023 |

Summer at the Aga Khan Museum ☀️



Events & Programs

TD Pop-up Performer of the Week

Every Wednesday (5, 6, 7 pm), Saturday, and Sunday (12, 1, 3 pm)

Diar (دْيَار )

Throughout the year, enjoy informal performances presented by TD Bank Group — of jazz, Latin, Persian, traditional Asian music, and more — by a range of captivating artists in the Museum’s public spaces and galleries.

This week, listen to Diar (دْيَار ) — a Syrian band dedicated to reviving and preserving traditional Syrian and Arabic songs by infusing them with a flamenco touch. Their aim is to cultivate and celebrate the rich, Arabic heritage through their music, using easy rhythms so everyone can appreciate and enjoy it.

Learn more about our TD Pop-up Performances

Happening in and around Toronto

On display until November 19, 2023

On now at ROM: Being and Belonging

ROM invites visitors to examine the defining issues of our time from the perspective of 25 women artists from or connected to the broader Islamic world in the new original exhibition, Being and Belonging. Running until November 19, 2023, this bold exhibition presents the diverse voices and experiences of artists spanning the vast territory from West Africa to Southeast Asia, as well as from the wider Islamic diaspora.

Learn more about Being and Belonging

July 7–9 | Trillium Park | 955 Lakeshore Blvd W

Our friends at Small World Music are back with their Small World Music Festival!

Taking place July 7–9 at Trillium Park, you can join them for a FREE outdoor, family-friendly community celebration. It will be an unforgettable weekend of music, food, dance, crafts, and plenty more. The Festival continues Small World’s 25-year tradition of showcasing talented artists from around the world and around the corner.

Learn more about the festival

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Limited edition Museum merchandise available in-store only

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The Aga Khan Museum is built on land that is and has been under the stewardship of many Indigenous peoples over millennia, including the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat and the Mississaugas of the Credit Nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to work and live on this land and be in this territory.

July 7, 2023 |

The Danforth Presents: Joey McIntyre, Cannons, Nothing But Thieves, and more

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July 6, 2023 |

Spotlighting Local Authors for Your Summer Reading List 📚


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Margaret DeRosia gives a reading at her March 2023 Toronto Lit Up book launch

Spotlighting Local Authors for Your Summer Reading List

Summer has finally arrived – the perfect time to make a new reading list to enjoy in the sunshine. Visit our latest blog for some hot new titles, spotlighting local authors who have recently launched books through the Toronto Lit Up programme. From short stories, poetry and novels to picture books for young readers, there’s something for everyone. Better yet – support local authors by attending a launch in person! All Toronto Lit Up book launches are free for the public to attend.

Plus, in celebration of Canada Day, enjoy three re-released videos from previous TIFA festivals, highlighting Canadian literary voices. Enjoy intimate poetry readings, learn from important scholars on Truth and Reconciliation or deep dive into a groundbreaking Canadian novel. All re-releases are available to watch for free until July 12 at 11:59pm ET.

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July Re-Releases

Available to watch for free until July 12

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Ian Williams

Sunday Poetry Readings

Originally aired Oct. 25, 2020
Re-released July 6

As part of this special re-release series spotlighting Canadian voices, tune in for imaginative, rhythmic and intimate poetry readings by several accomplished Canadians, including: A.F. Mortiz (As Far As You Know), Canisia Lubrin (The Dyzgraphxst) and Ian Williams (World Problems).

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Kisha Supernant

Finding Truth & Reconciliation in Canada

Originally aired Oct. 26, 2021
Re-released July 6

Indigenous scholars and writers Chief Bev Sellars (Xat’sull), Anne Spice (Tlingit member of Kwanlin Dun First Nation) and Kisha Supernant (Métis/Papaschase/British) explore how the law can be harnessed to promote the well-being and self-determination of Indigenous peoples and the path that lies ahead to finding truth and reconciliation in this country. 

Madeleine Thien

Madeleine Thien

The Re-Read: The Jade Peony by Wayson Choy

Originally aired Oct. 30, 2020
Re-released July 6

Canadian author Madeleine Thien presents a deep dive into Wayson Choy’s groundbreaking 1995 novel The Jade Peony, which portrays the Chinese Canadian experience in Chinatown, Vancouver, in the late 1930s and 40s. Mingling with the realities of Canada and the horror of war are magic, ghosts and family secrets. 

Free Book Launches

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Toronto Lit Up: Sunshine Nails by Mai Nguyen

July 6 at 7pm
3030 Dundas
3030 Dundas St. West

Join us tonight as we celebrate the launch of author Mai Nguyen’s debut novel, Sunshine Nails. This free Toronto Lit Up event will take place at 3030 Dundas. There will be some light refreshments, as well as drinks available for purchase. Copies of the book will be available for purchase courtesy of Type Books Junction.

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Toronto Lit Up: Where Waters Meet by Zhang Ling

August 12 from 2–4pm
Ted Rogers School of Management
55 Dundas St. West

Join author Zhang Ling for the launch of her novel Where Waters Meet. Hosted by the Canada-China Institute for Business & Development, Zhang will be in conversation with professor Christopher Payne, an East Asian literature expert and a literary translator at the University of Toronto. This free Toronto Lit Up event will take place at Toronto Metropolitan University’s Ted Rogers School of Management. The event will consist of a reading, Q&A and reception.

For Readers & Writers of All Ages

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Young Authors

Young Authors Summer Camp

Harbourfront Centre
Ages 8–10
July 31 – September 1

Spots are still available for both the Young & Senior Authors camps at Harbourfront Centre. This camp stimulates creativity and the imagination of budding young readers and writers, exploring what lies below the surface of some of your favourite stories.

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Senior Authors

Senior Authors Summer Camp

Harbourfront Centre
Ages 11–13
July 31 – September 1

Calling all aspiring writers, authors and book lovers! Senior campers will learn how to develop a well-rounded structure, characters, setting and plot. Campers will be encouraged to push their creativity to the next level for their final project, which will be showcased in an Open House.

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TIFA Virtual Book Club

TIFA Virtual Book Club

Fall Season: $69
September 20 – December 13

Spots are limited! Be the first to unpack the themes and ideas being explored on our stages this fall, and delve into a range of stories that span diverse genres and countries. Virtual sessions are facilitated on Wednesday evenings by author and award-winning educator Catherine Graham

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Please Give What You Can

We are thankful for the generosity of our donors who help us create unique connections for book lovers everywhere. TIFA’s ability to bring together authors, artists and changemakers to discuss everything from the mundane to the profound needs the support of people like you to continue the conversation. Your contribution to our continued success is crucial. Please give as generously as possible today. For donation enquiries, email

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July 6, 2023 |

Hockey Hall of Fame – Your Chance at Legendary Prizes 🎉

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July 4, 2023 |

Raise a Glass to Hamilton! Orchestra Seats From $49



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HAMILTON is the epic saga that follows the rise of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton as he fights for honor, love, and a legacy that would shape the course of a nation.

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July 4, 2023 |

Thank You for the Magic! Celebrating Cursed Child in Toronto


On Sunday, July 2, the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Canada took their final bow at the CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre. After 13 months and 446 performances, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child set a record for the longest-running professional play in Canadian history.
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Celebrating the record-breaking run of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
JK Rowling s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
On Sunday, July 2, the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Canada took their final bow at the CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre. After 13 months and 446 performances, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child set a record for the longest-running professional play in Canadian history.

Thank you, Toronto, for embracing this incredible production, supporting the magnetic Canadian artists on stage, and believing in the magic of theatrical storytelling.

Seen by over 600,000 audience members with over 50% of the audience being first-time theatre attendees.
$750 Million
The economic impact of Cursed Child on the City of Toronto.
$5 Million
The cost to renovate the spectacular CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre, which will be enjoyed for years to come.
217 Jobs
Employing a cast of 40 performers, a backstage crew of 77 and theatre staff of over 100.
Student Audience Members who witnessed the magic of Cursed Child.
The number of performances, making it the longest-running professional play in Canadian history.
Partnerships with local organizations and international brands.
Tickets donated to priority groups in Toronto.
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July 3, 2023 |

Canada Day – Rebel – Get in free this Saturday wearing red and on guestlist


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June 29, 2023 |

July 1 – Cabana Bar – Everyone gets in FREE this Canada Day / DVBBS caps off the long weekend. 🇨🇦🌴


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June 29, 2023 |

December 11 – Scotiabank Arena – Doja Cat Brings The Scarlet Tour to Scotiabank Arena

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June 28, 2023 |

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June 28, 2023 |

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June 28, 2023 |

Toronto – Relive the magic of Luminato!



Relive the magic of Luminato!

Watch our highlight video to relive the magic of the festival and catch things you missed.

Thank you to all the artists, staff, volunteers, supporters, and audiences who made Luminato 2023 amazing!

What you said about the festival

We’re so pleased that so many of you enjoyed Luminato Festival Toronto 2023. Here is some of what you said on social media:

I had the pleasure of seeing Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha yesterday as part of @Luminato‘s 2023 line up and only have great things to say. Congratulations to the entire creative team, orchestra and cast.
@accarmonaosp on Twitter

I accidentally went to a samba super star’s concert last night. Researching Zeca Pagodingo after the fact, it’s pretty impressive that @Luminato brought him in for a free public show. Dude is *huge*.
@anotherglassbox on Twitter

Hope you have a wonderful time in Toronto as you spread your joy and message. Love you Amal. Safe travels ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️”
@happyangelsdancing on Instagram

It was such a thrilling experience attending @luminatofestival premiere of LOSS by Ian Kamau. It was such a deep and amazing performance. 💫⭐️💫💫
@abistarconsult on Instagram

I had the deepest privilege of being in conversation with the creators and performers of 🐲 Dragon’s Tale 🐉, a majestic and poignant new opera performed on Toronto’s waterfront celebrating the origin of Dragon Boat racing. […] I have never seen anything quite like it and I am in total awe of the entire production! 🤩

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In case you missed it

Photo of Echoes Calling Back by Cassandra Popescu. It is a big inflatable colourful moose antler resting on two big rocks. Behind it is a short city building with many windows, and people walking far in the background.

Photo of Echoes Calling Back by Cassandra Popescu

Echoes Calling Back by Jordan Bennett will be re-installed at BayAdelaide Centre during the first week of July. Experience this spectacular public art piece that transforms pedestrians’ experience of the space. 

Photo of Belonging Is at the Union Station Foodie Aisle by Cassandra Popescu. The words Belonging Is is in big curly white font on a long wall. Embellished with colourful mushrooms and cobwebs. A lot of space is filled with written entries from passerbys.

Photo of Belonging Is by Cassandra Popescu

If you haven’t already, come down to the Union Station Foodie Aisle to participate in Belonging Is; a community mural to remind us all that we are part of something, and that we are in this together.

We look forward to seeing you soon!
Luminato Festival Toronto



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June 27, 2023 |

Sinfonia Toronto – A memory and wishes for a happy summer!

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June 27, 2023 |
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