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Next Stage Theatre Festival | Until Sunday January 20 | Factory Theatre | Hours | Phone http://fringetoronto

The Next Stage Theatre Festival (NSTF) is a winter theatre festival produced by the Toronto Fringe as a platform for 10 past Fringe artists to take their groundbreaking fringe work to the next level. The Next Stage Theatre Festival offers a diverse selection of work that ranges from musicals to political dramas, from dystopian visions of the future to an urban dance show. While some of the shows have appeared at previous Fringe Festivals, most are new works by established Fringe.

Interior Design Show | Until Sunday January 20 | Metro Convention Centre | Hours | Phone 416 599 3222

The Interior Design Show is Canada's design fair. IDS serves as a design industry hub providing a unique business opportunity for thousands of design-driven businesses. Each year, world-renowned designers and architects participate as keynote speakers and create inspiring feature exhibits. The Interior Design Show has become one of the most successful recurring design events. It is viewed as a breeding ground for design creativity, innovation and inspiration, bringing together hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors each year.

Toronto International Boat Show | Until Sunday January 27 | Direct Energy Centre

Canada's Largest Boat Show! This preeminent selling venue for the recreational boating industry is the year's premiere showcase for new crafts and products. From sailboats, to motor boats or paddle-powered crafts, a huge selection of boats can be visited, touched, evaluated, sold and bought.

The Bentway's skating Trail | Until Thursday February 28 | The Bentway

The Bentway, the new urban park nicely tucked under the Gardiner, offers a skating trails in the winter and many activities. such as Kahlúa's "Après Skate"

Check the Bentway’s website for ice condition and event dates.

Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires | Until Sunday March 24 | Art Gallery of Ontario | Hours

This exhibition, developed in a creative partnership between the AGO and the Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans, presents a bold new collection of Thomas’s vibrant, colourful and provocative paintings, silkscreens, photographs, time-based media and site-specific installations exploring how Black women are represented in art and popular culture.

Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires is the first large-scale solo exhibition by this African-American contemporary artist to be staged in Canada. It will spark timely and urgent conversations about race, representational politics, Black celebrity culture and sexuality as seen through a Black queer feminist perspective.

The Motorcycle Show | From Friday February 15 to Sunday February 17 | Direct Energy Centre | Hours | Phone 416-263-3000

The Toronto Motorcycle Show is the biggest manufacturers show in Ontario, with a wide-ranging and exciting line-up of exhibitors that celebrates the motorcycle lifestyle. From the open road, to the track and to the trail, this is a chance for the public to see the newest models, plus the latest in technology, apparel, accessories and touring destinations.

Canadian International Auto Show | From Friday February 15 to Sunday February 24 | Metro Convention Centre | Hours | Phone 416-585-3660

The Auto Show strives to provide a “Total Automotive Experience”. Over 600,000 square feet of displays, prize giveaways and exhibits! It feature some of the world’s finest automobiles in the Auto Exotica section, a wide array of clean fuel-efficient vehicles in its Eco-Drive Showcase, as well as a Hot Rod Builders Showcase. Lots of cars and motorcycles on display.

Impressionism in the Age of Industry: Monet, Pissarro and more | From Saturday February 16 to Sunday May 5 | Art Gallery of Ontario | Hours

Pulsing with life, Paris in the 1870s was transforming – thanks to wider streets, increased traffic, an explosion of factories in the suburbs and faster, more frequent steam-powered trains. No one in France was immune to the rapid pace of change, least of all artists.

This exhibiion explores how French Impressionist artists and their contemporaries, famous for their lush landscapes and sea vistas, were equally obsessed with capturing the spirit of the industrial age. The groundbreaking exhibition features over 120 artworks, including paintings, photographs, prints, drawings, sculptures and period films.

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