Sunday, June 26

THEATER Reading of O.D. On Paradise by Linda Griffiths and Patrick Brymer Rivoli June 26 2 pm Admission: $10.00 pwc Linda Griffiths will begin with a short reading of her novel in progress The Dirty Theatre Stories written by Linda Griffiths and Patrick Brymer Originally directed by Clarke Rogers Produced by Linda Griffiths and Andrew Moodie This is the play

Friday, July 1 – includes video

CCMC – Paul Dutton, John Oswald, Michael Snow will be joined by John Kamevaar on percussion and electronics The Gravitons Plus surprise guests Rivoli 8 pm – 1 am Admission $10.00  pwc CCMC, Canada’s pioneering free improvisational band, first formed in the 1970s, today consists of Michael Snow (piano and synthesizer), John Oswald (alto sax), and Paul Dutton (soundsinging and

Thursday, July 7

Special screening of a new video by Sybil Goldstein. Maja Bannerman plus Michael Copeman and surprise guests Rivoli 7 pm – 12 am Admission: $10 Maja Bannerman presents Where Does the Music Go?, a performance of vignettes and songs inspired by the grit and grace of life. Through words and music, Bannerman celebrates both the present and the past with

Saturday, July 9

The Hellions Jim Masyk, Steve Koctch, John Borra, Cleeve Anderson, Johnny MacLeod plus surprise guests Rivoli 8 pm – 12 am Admission: $10.00 The Hellions is a group of 5 musicians and friends who played in many of the bands that lived, played and recorded on Queen Street West in the 1980′s. They are Steve Koch, (The Demics, Viletones, Handsome

Friday, July 15 – includes video

Paradise Now Fashion | Art | Fusion Julius Poncelet Manapul and Natalie Viecili Rivoli 8 pm – 12 am Admission: $10 pwc Paper Icons, Idols & Gods, fashion by Julius Poncelet Manapul created from papers, fashion magazine and queer porn. Creating icons such as Marylin Monroe, Andy Warhol, Audrey Hepburn, Marie Antoinette and Geisha are only a few transformed individuals

Thursday, July 21

Keith Holding (MediaTribe) and Special Guests present A Night of  Sound and Light and Geometry in ParadiseNow! Live music and music video from the 1980′s Toronto. Rivoli 7 pm – 1 am In December 1985, QTV, a group of techno-cultural mavericks – part Warhol-inspired Factory, part Saturday Night Live, made television history when they established a live satellite uplink to