Entertainment News: Who says London is boring?
On Saturday, Oct. 5 the Canadian Liver Foundation is presenting the Botos Brothers at Aeolian Hall.
The Botos Brothers are a self-described "Gypsy-born, Toronto jazz" trio who will be joined by guest saxophonist Paul Fleming.
Tickets are $20 and the first 75 people to purchase a ticket will receive a Botos CD. For more information call 659-0951.
Artists hone new vision of Canada
The work of several well-known Canadian artists, including Emily Carr, is currently on display at Museum London in an exhibition called The Birth of the Modern until Oct. 13.
The artists explore post-modernism and use it to present a different vision of Canada using new art forms.
For more information on the show call 661-0333 or visit Museum London's Web site at www.londonmuseum.on.ca.
Get some "Grand" old stuff
London's Grand Theatre will be selling off its stock of old costumes and props this Saturday morning from 8-11 a.m..
Fur coats, sequined dresses, retro furniture and other treasures will be on sale. This will no doubt be a great place to get your Halloween costumes.
The sale will be held Oct. 5 in the alleyway directly beside the Grand (471 Richmond St.). For more information call 672-9030.
This weekend at Call the Office
Call the Office will be seeing some kickass acts this weekend, so be sure to get your tickets early.
On Friday, Oct. 4, The Damned will be invading CTO along with openers Tiger Army and The Matadors. Tickets are $18 in advance (at Speed City Records or CTO) and $20 at the door.
Thor will hit the stage on Saturday, Oct. 5 with opening acts Big D & the Kids Table and Couch Addiction. Admission is $5.
Finally, every Sunday at CTO sees the return of Raygun, an '80s-style retro night. Cover is $2.