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What's On: Performance/Talk by Indian Transgender Dancer and More

TIFF may be wrapping up this weekend, but there's lots more to see and do besides the movies:


In Performance: Narthaki Natraj
Sept 18
Menaka Thakkar Dance Studio

Indian transgender artist Narthaki Natraj uses her art to transcend notions of identity and gender. She will perform the classical Indian dance Bharatanatyam, and follow up with a conversation highlighting the challenges she's faced in her personal and professional life.

For more information, check out the Menaka Thakkar Dance Company website.


Crawlspace
Sept 11 to Sept 27
Videofag

Karen Hines' play is "a darkly comedic tale about a woman who buys the tiniest house in the city in the perfect neighbourhood so that her mortgage will be less than her rent." But she quickly finds out that outfitting her sanctuary goes much beyond meditations on "Martha Stewart Living, Restoration Hardware and Farrow and Ball."

For more information, check out the CrawlspacePlay website.


Cabbagetown Tour of Homes
Sept 20
Various Locations

It's easy enough to get lost in history in Cabbagetown's heritage homes. Usually you just stare at the exteriors. But now you have a chance to peek inside one of those homes.

For more information, check out the Cabbagetown Preservation Association website.


Toronto Ukrainian Festival
Sept 18 to Sept 20
Bloor West Village

Ukrainian culture will be on proud display this weekend. From traditional food and performance to cultural pavilions, there will be plenty to experience.

For more information, check out the Toronto Ukrainian Festival website.


Toronto Oktoberfest
Sept 18 to Sept 19
Ontario Place Parking Lot

This celebration brings a little bit of Munich to Toronto. So get out your lederhosen and dirndls, and head on over to enjoy Bavarian fare, European bier and more.

For more information, check out the Toronto Oktoberfest website.


Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
Sept 18 to Sept 20
Nathan Phillips Square

More than 350 artists will take part in this annual showcase of art. A range of mediums will be on display for show and sale. Other programming includes panel discussions and performance art.

For more information, check out the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition website.


Barns Art Market
Sept 19
Artscape Wychwood Barns

This market feature 25 local artisans and "array of one-of-a-kind paintings, jewellery, ceramics, photography, crafts, prints and more."

For more information, check out the Barns Art Market website.


Aboriginal Artisan Market
Sept 18
Ryerson Campus

From dream catchers to moccasins and beadwork to hone jewellery, this market features many traditional and contemporary artworks by Aboriginal artists.

For more information, check out the event's Facebook page.


In Concert: Ed Sheeran
Sept 20
ACC

As we all know, the guy can Sing!

For more information, check out the Air Canada Centre website.

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