If you are looking for a Toronto event venue downtown to hold your next event, here is maybe a space you haven’t thought about yet.
You will have the possibility to rent the Gallery and/or the Studio which is more for intimate events such as small luncheons. These spaces are popular for listed companies or other business to business events.
The TMX Broadcast Centre Gallery has a capacity of 100 theatre style, 72 in full rounds, 64 classroom or 200 reception. The room rental rate has all-inclusive technology which means you will enjoy in-house screens, projectors, mics, risers, podium, audio recording and more available at no additional charge. A technician from the TSX will work with your company throughout the event and a security guard is mandatory for event rentals. Many use the space as a perfect location for broadcasting.
Besides, the upper level mezzanine is also available for use at no extra cost, and this can be set up as a satellite kitchen, if the caterers are doing hot passed hors d’oeuvres, or as a lounge, with a bar and furniture.
The night was an opportunity to taste a new cider: Tempt Cider, with strawberry and lime flavors, but also to enjoy the presence of artists and an incredible view on the city and the CN Tower.
The CUBE nightclub brings you into a parallel world. From the entrance you leave the city and its buildings to enter in a small corridor looking like the path to a secret garden, to be finally guided to a rooftop patio, a true bubble inside the city. CUBE Nightclub is a new Toronto event venue used by a variety of groups.
This night was subject to all temptations, from the sweet & fruity cider offer by two masked ladies, to the electrifying music and the lights of the city. Hard not to be entranced by the atmosphere! But, more than temptation, it was also an excellent moment of schmoozing and networking in a pleasant place, and the occasion to get a painting portrait from the artists presents all night.
From this incredible night, we only have retained one thing: temptation accomplished! #gettempted.
Photos can be found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/sets/72157635239451265/
Come celebrate & have fun, food and music!
This Fall Festival take place along Bloor Street W. (from Prince Edward
Drive to Montgomery Road) is a food & entertainment extravaganza for the whole family.
Over 200 exhibitors will be participating in this year’s event along with the ever popular Scotiabank Dog Show, Rock Climbing Walls and Street Performers. Beer gardens, 2 grand stages with non-stop entertainment, Midway Rides, the biggest Dog Show in Etobicoke, Artisan & crafter pavilions, clowns, face painters, auto show, Charity Pancake Breakfast in support of Out of The Cold and so much more!
Where: The Kingsway BIA (On Bloor Street West. between Prince Edward Drive and Montgomery Road), 3029 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke
When: Friday, September 6th, 6pm-10pm,
Saturday, September 7th, 11am-10pm,
Sunday, September 8th, 11am-6pm
Getting there: The Taste of the Kingsway is located on Bloor Street (between Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Road) easily accessible by subway, exit at the Royal York Subway Station, leave the car home and come enjoy this 3 day festival using the TTC.
For more information contact:
Web site: http://www.kingswaybia.ca/
Twitter : @thekingswaybia
Get ready TORONTO – this fall at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) for the first time ever you will have a chance to take a journey through the world of a musician, performer, and style icon David Bowie. This exhibition is from the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum in London, England, where over 300 objects from Bowie’s personal collection has been featured throughout five decades. The show reveals the innovative artist’s collaborations in the fields of fashion, sound, theater and film.
•more than 50 stage costumes including Ziggy Stardust bodysuits (19
72) designed by Freddie Burretti;
•music videos by David Mallet including Boys Keep Swinging (1979) and Let’s Dance (1983);
•set designs created for the Diamond Dogs tour (1974);
•Kansai Yamamoto’s flamboyant creations for the Aladdin Sane tour (1973);
•photographs by Helmut Newton, Brian Duffy and John Rowlands;
•album sleeve artwork by Guy Peellaert and Edward Bell; and
•excerpts from films and live performances including Top of the Pops (1972), The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) and Saturday Night Live (1979)
To join this extravaganza it will be occurring from September 25, 2013 to November 27, 2013.
For more information visit http://www.ago.net/david-bowie-is-coming-to-the-ago-this-fall