Indie Events November 10-17



The first ever Hamilton Feminist Zine Fair is this Saturday! [image via Facebook]

Wednesday, November 12


The Black Museum presents They Won’t Stay Dead: Best Horror Sequel Debate, 9:15pm, The Royal Cinema, 608 College St, $12 advance, $15 door

It’s The Black Museum Debate Club! For the second meeting, four teams have returned to square off on the question: what is the greatest horror sequel ever made? Including our Editor Alison Lang, who will argue for The Exorcist III.

Thursday, November 13


BDSM, Consent, and The Law, 3pm, The Mark S Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversit Studies, University College, 15 King’s College Circle, free

A panel with Brenda Cossman, Hamish Stewart, Andrea Zanin and Kyle Kirkup.

Les Enfants Terribles, 8pm, Junior Common Room, University College, 15 King’s College Circle, $10 student $15 adult

An adaptation of Jean Cocteau’s surrealist novel and film complete with projections and puppetry.  Runs through November 15.

Friday, November 14


Shameless Magazine’s 10th Anniversary Gala and Inaugural Shamies Awards, 6pm, 401 Richmond St W, $20

Shameless is one of our favorite magazines ever, and this year, not only do they celebrate a decade, but they host their first ever Shamies! The ceremony is to recognize the worst perpetrators of problematic media — and tear them the fuck apart.

Insatiable Sisters, 6pm (exhibition), 8pm (show), Buddies In Bad Times, 12 Alexander St, $20

The awe inspiring, one-of-a-kind queer women’s cabaret is back! Curate by Gein Wong and Kim Katrin Milan featuring work by Olive-or-Oliver, Ayo Leilani, Maan-i-fest (nisha ahuja & Melissa Moore), FLY LADY DI and Katie Sly, Red Mango, Lishai, Body Waves, Sage Willow, Beany John, and more, it’s something you really just can’t miss. Check your assumptions at the door and be prepared to be wowed and sent forth into the world with many important questions.

Saturday, November 15


Hamilton Feminist Zine Fair, YWCA, 75 MacNab St S, free

Hamilton’s first Feminist Zine Fair! Lots of locals and nearby-ers hocking their wares and having a generally fab rad time.


Writers Read: Roland Provost and Pearl Pirie, 2pm, Noth Grenville Public Library, free

Wonderful Ottawa poets come to Kemptville!


Grace: Notes on Survival Launch, 6:30pm, The Watah School, 9 Trinity St #317, free

Reverend Chiedza Pasipanodya launches her collection of poems about devastation and creation, loss and recovery, change and uplift.

Sunday, November 16


Plasticine Poetry Series, 6:30pm, Paupers Pub, 539 Bloor St W, free

Readings from Rebecca Rosenblum, Mark Sampson, Philip Arima and Yvonne Blomer.

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