Sunday, Nov. 18

* Books & Breakfast
* Du Design, Du Retro et du Kitsch pop-up shop
* Expozine
* Hamlet matinée
* Dominic Gagnon’s Pieces and Love All to Hell @RIDM
* Blaxploitation classic Darktown Strutters @Peut-être Vintage

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Du Design, Du Retro et du Kitsch pop-up shop

Paragraphe offers the next installment in its Books & Breakfast series of literary events with a brunch attached, this time featuring Gazette comic artist Aislin. Le Centre Sheraton Montreal (1201 Réné-Levesque), 10 a.m., $32

Looking for a deal on some amazing mid-century furniture? Get down to the final day of Du Design, Du Retro et du Kitsch pop-up shop grand opening and score yourself that killer Eames chair you’ve always dreamed of owning. 4038 Ste-Catherine East, 12-5 p.m.

Don’t miss Expozine, the massive small press and self-published book, comic, poster and art sale that celebrates its 11th edition this year. Basement of the Église St-Enfant Jésus (5035 St-Dominique), 12-6 p.m., free admission

Persephone Productions is mounting a last matinée show of their production of Hamlet, starring Christopher Moore as the moody Dane. Victoria Hall (4636 Sherbrooke, Westmount), 2 p.m., $15-25

Local filmmaker Dominic Gagnon’s Pieces and Love All to Hell, a collage of banned YouTube video diaries from paranoid Americans, screens on this final day of RIDM. Excentris (3536 St-Laurent), 7:45 p.m.

Kick back and check out Darktown Strutters, a 1975 blaxploitation flick complete with a black female biker gang, racist cops and a Colonel Sanders look-alike. Peut-être Vintage (6029A Parc), 8 p.m., $5, BYOB

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events.

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