Remember when Swamperella had their CD Launch and Masquerade Mardi Gras party in the Ballroom? Well, it was amazing and here are the pics to prove it:
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We are still recovering from the amazing Seinfeld edition of our monthly TV Trivia Night that went down on Tuesday. As you can see, there were a lot of fantastic Seinfeld fans who came to show off their trivia knowledge. And even a bunch who decided to dress up and parade around on stage.
Thanks to everyone who participated, danced like Elaine and helped us sing George’s answering machine. If you missed Seinfeld Trivia, don’t worry, we’re not going to push you aside like an old bag.Just stay tuned and join us for one of our upcoming TV Trivia nights on the first Tuesday of every month. Like: Dawson’s Creek (April 2nd), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (May 7th), Pride Edition (June 4th) and the Golden Girls (July 2nd).
Moderated by Wayne McCutcheon R.G.D., Partner at Entro Communications
Photography by: Dianna Lee www.otcmedia.ca
A FREE night of installations by Department of Unusual Certainties, DJs and dancing in the Gladstone Ballroom–what’s not to love?
Saturday Jan. 26, the Toronto Design Offsite Festival Closing Party: Come Up To My Room (CUTMR) Love Design Party will be celebrating 10 years of CUTMR and the end of another exciting and inspiring week of the TO DO Festival.
Don’t let all this love pass you by.
Chicago’s bua, winner of Irish Music Awards’ 2009 “Top Traditional Group” recently made a Toronto stop on their current tour of North America to play a double bill with Toronto’s Irish/Scottish trio, North Atlantic Drift.
This exciting quartet comprised of some of the most talented young musicians in the US playing Irish traditional music with “a precision and intensity that is rarely heard on this side of the Atlantic” brought the Melody Bar to it’s feet.
See for yourself:
As if you needed another reason to come to our next TGIF Trivia Night featuring skill testing questions from Full House and Fresh Prince–here’s Tom Hanks poetry slamm’n about Full House.
Find out more about our TV Trivia series HERE and make sure you join us on Feb. 5th for a night of Full House and Fresh Prince festivities, or March 5th for Seinfeld!
As many of you know, we sure do love burlesque around here. Especially the scintillating talents of Les Femmes Fatales, who performed last week. Here’s a post-peek in case you missed out:
Photography by Krystle Merrow. www.krystlemerrow.com
On Saturday, December 8, the famous Goin’ Steady DJs bring their grimy 1950s/60s RnB dance party back to Ballroom.
Diggin’ the rarest and best music from the 50s and 60s, these DJs always light up the floor with old fashioned beat music. All your favourite choones plus unknown treasures.
Come twist, swim, stroll, swing and bop on over to the Ballroom and don’t forget to dress up.
Goin’ Steady = Uptempo Doo Wop, Greasy RnB, Pre Soul Bangers, Surf, Twang, Country Boogie, Girl Groups, Rockabilly, Primitive Rock n Roll, Italo-Rock, Cambodian Swing, Bollywood, Latin Shakers, Joe Meek, and much much more.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be on the $5 all-night guest list
Warm up for tomorrow night’s Roseanne TV Trivia with this amazing best of Jackie reel.
Trivia starts at 7pm and there will be an abundance of $4 Mill Street bottles on special. Make sure you come early if you want a good seat.