Nightlife in London

Up to 49% Off at Crazy Joe's Shisha Cafe

Southcrest

C$21.46 C$10.99

Exhale fragrant plumes of tobacco- and nicotine-free shisha flavoured with apple or whiskey as you sip tea and nosh on hummus and baklava

Up to 55% Off Tour at Railway City Brewing Company

St. Thomas

C$38.50 C$20

Brewmasters turn Ontario-grown grains and hops into small-batch craft beers, such as the Dead Elephant IPA and Iron Spike blond ale

Up to 54% Off a Winery and Brewery Tour

Multiple Locations

C$41 C$19

Visitors tour winemaking and beer-brewing facilities, taste the products, and use gift cards toward bottles and gifts

50% Off Pub Food at Junior's Sportsbar & Grill

Cambridge

C$20 C$10

The cooks can treat guests to a smorgasbord of pub fare, including wings available in more than 50 different flavours and flatbread pizzas

Opera Luminata – Up to 51% Off

River Run Centre

C$61.75 C$30

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Dramatic show features singers performing famous arias from "Carmen," "Rigoletto," and "Faust," with pyrotechnics

Queensrÿche with Geoff Tate – Up to 35% Off

Diesel Concert Lounge

$30.98 $20

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Progressive heavy-metal band rewards longtime fans with 25th anniversary tour of its greatest hits

"Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody" – Up to 61% Off

Warner Theatre

$47 $19

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Actors exchange comedic dialogue in a live-action parody of the racy best-selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey

Macomb Symphony Orchestra – Up to 44% Off Brazilian Music

Macomb Center for the Performing Arts

$21.50 $12

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Three takes on Brazilian sounds from French, Italian, and Brazilian composers, with virtuoso Brazilian guest pianist Maria Meirelles

52% Off Murder-Mystery Dinner Show

New Baltimore

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

43% Off Fruit-Wine-Winemaking Experience

Toronto

C$115 C$65

Make your own fruit wine and after the fermentation process, take home 23 litres of Rockin' Raspberry Rose or Peach Perfection

Select Local Merchants

Monopolizing pins on the north and south sides of town, Palasad's pair of striking citadels steeps rows of vintage, 10-pin lanes and gourmet kitchens in colourful 1960s charm. At Palasad South, black lights, lasers, and 10 projection screens propel vintage trappings into the future, when bowling will become the international language of diplomacy. Prize-heavy arcades, new ping-pong rooms with cushioned athletic floors, and Brunswick Gold Crown pool tables at both locations provide nonlinear entertainment. Parties of up to 500 guests may rent out a network of rooms, such as the La Fiamma Dining Room, where pizzas and wings roast in wood-fired ovens.

777 Adelaide St N
London,
ON
CA

A vibrant live-music venue, APK Live regales diners with an ever-changing lineup of local acts that’s complemented by a menu of locally sourced gastropub fare. Two orders of the sliders 3 ways quell growling bellies with either quinoa, lamb, or pulled pork sandwiches (a $12 value each). A trio of quinoa sliders comes blanketed by caramelized onions and roasted red peppers, while the lamb sliders are coupled with fresh basil and curry aioli. Pulled pork sliders are smothered lovingly by ale-infused barbecue sauce. Though this Groupon is valid for two PBRs (a $5.25 value each), APK Live has more than a dozen draft and bottled beers, such as a dark and frothy Mill St. Cobblestone stout or a Blanche de Chambly wheat ale, which render gullets yodel-ready.

340 Wellington St
London,
ON
CA

471 Richmond St
London,
ON
CA

Rainbow Cinema's downtown multiplex nestled inside Citi Plaza beckons audiences to attend current releases of Hollywood blockbusters, comedies, and dramas. Silver screens bathe eyeballs with a changing line-up of seven current films, with new arrivals weekly to relieve viewers of repetitive staring contests with film extras. A grand lobby greets entering patrons as they grab a bite at the snack bar before proceeding on to their chosen screenings.

355 Wellington St
London,
ON
CA

The Blyth Festival, set in the rural village of Blyth, produces solely Canadian plays that touch on the shared experiences of local Ontarians. Blyth Memorial Community Hall, an intimate theatre with a 444-person capacity, hosts a diverse sampling of plays from within its charming brick edifice. Whether forcefully clicking ruby slippers throughout the six nostalgic vignettes of Hometown or pondering the realities of romance during the bittersweet love story Rope’s End, onlookers will uncover familiar subject matter explored in surprising ways. Audiences praise the performances for capturing the experiences of their day-to-day lives, instead of reeling back in terror from plays performed by their evil doppelgängers.

423 Queen Street
Blyth,
ON
CA

Based on the American classic by John Steinbeck, Frank Galati's Tony Award–winning stage adaptation of The Grapes of Wrath represents an onstage gale of acting chops, emotion, and clever puppet commentary from the opera box. Antoni Cimolino, general director of the theatre, also directs this classic Great Depression–era tale of a family's migration from Oklahoma to California in the 1930s and the challenges they face in a series of migrant-worker camps. The cast includes award-winning veterans of The Canadian Stage Company, Vancouver Playhouse, and collaborators of visionary thespian Robert Lepage. Both an entertaining and educational windfall, this production of The Grapes of Wrath creates opportunities for field trips, peer bonding, or an undeserved afternoon of fun for complacent dependants. This play is suitable for ages 12 and older.

55 Queen St
Stratford,
ON
CA