April 12 The 71-year-old Aretha Franklin takes the stage at Roy Thomson Hall at 8pm for a show rescheduled from last November. As Rolling Stone Magazine’s number one vocalist of all time, and the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, she won’t disappoint.
April 12 David Sedaris at The Sony Centre: Arguably the best known humour writer of our time, Sedaris will share new readings from the upcoming Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls and sign books. Trust us, he’s even funnier live.
April 13-14 New, vintage and custom-built bikes are on display at the Better Living Centre’s National Motorcycle and Tattoo Show this weekend and family passes (because why wouldn’t you take the whole family) are only $40. It’s time for those matching tattoos.
April 13 Toronto Roller Derby at the Downsview Park Bunker sees the Smoke City Betties take on Chicks Ahoy as both teams look for their first win of the season. Then the Death Track Dolls face off against Gore Gore Rollergirls.
April 13 West End Girls brings some of the funniest women in comedy together for a big show at The LOT comedy club on Ossington. This month host Daniela Saoni invites Heidi Brander, Deborah Etta Robinson, Amanda Day and more onstage, including Token Boy Christophe Davidson. Dawn Whitwell headlines.