A conversation, a challenge, a risk.

“Should women abandon religion?” Four female panelists face-off in a wild, whip-smart public debate about religion and misogyny. With opinions flying from a progressive Muslim lawyer, an Orthodox Jewish spiritual leader, an excommunicated nun and a lesbian atheist pundit, Unholy delivers a hilarious, no-holds-barred look at contemporary women in organized religion.

Gretta Vosper writes:

Join me at Unholy on Friday, February 2nd. I’ll be up on stage, not in the gripping conversation that is the responsibility of four awesome actors, but the one that will take place afterward, the one that will point to where we can go from here, as women, as citizens, as people who are tired of stories that tell us we aren’t good enough.

$20 rush tickets are available Tuesday-Thursday

$15 PWYC tickets are available for Sunday matinees.

www.nightwoodtheatre.net

 

 

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Board Game Night!

Join us for an evening of relaxing and thinking fun as we mostly play classic and strategy board games, and partake in trivia. Sometimes even charades, jai alai, Octopush – whatever strikes our fancy.  Feel free to bring your own games to share.

You could even just come and hang out on the comfy-chairs with like-minded folks for a little more conversation and a little less action.

Where?: Centre for Inquiry Canada HQ (55 Eglinton Ave E, Suite 307 – Lobby Code 49)

When?: The second Friday of each month at 7:00 pm (if there is a holiday on or around the date, it could be re-scheduled).

How Much?: A suggested $5 donation (for snacks and refreshments)

 

Debate: Be it Resolved Government Funding for Ontario Roman Catholic Schools be Abolished

Debate: Be it Resolved Government Funding for Ontario Roman Catholic Schools be Abolished

Speakers: Justin Trottier (Centre for Inquiry Toronto, Secularist) vs Patrick Dunne (Professor, King’s University College)

Date: Thursday, January 24 at 5:30 pm

Place: Western University, Labatt Health Sciences Building, Room 40

Admission: Free

Sponsor: The Humanist Association of London and Area & The Society of Atheists and Agnostics at Western.