Friday, Nov. 7

* The Biennale edition of the MAC’s Nocturne feat. DJs & live music
* Digital baroque opera Le Pop d’Epoque feat. live performer Hua Li
* Xavier Beauvois’s Of Gods and Men screens at Cinemania
* (Free) comedy at the Brass Door Pub
* DJs Akufen and Stephen Beaupré (live) at le Bleury

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The MAC goes into party mode with their Friday evening Nocturne series, featuring DJs A-Rock, Shaydakiss and Heidy P, as well as a set by violinist Jessica Moss. The museum’s a Biennale exhibition will be accessible until 2 a.m. 185 Ste-Catherine E., 5 p.m., $14/$10 students

Party Like It’s 1699’s Le Pop d’Époque, an immersive “digital baroque opera” currently screening nightly at the Satosphère, has a special guest in the mix for tonight’s show (which also includes food from the SAT’s Foodlab), namely Hua Li, the alien rap alter-ego of local artist Peggy Hogan. 1201 St-Laurent, 7 p.m., $42.25

Cinemania guest of honour Lambert Wilson introduces Xavier Beauvois’s Of Gods and Men, an Cannes Grand Prix-winning 2010 film about a group of Trappist monks held hostage by Islamic fundamentalists in a small Algerian village. Cinémathèque Québécoise (355 de Maisonneuve W.), 8:30 p.m. $10/$9 (seniors and students)

Comedy at the Brass Door Pub is a new-ish comedy show hosted by Mike Gowing and Walter J. Lyng. Mike Paterson (fresh off a headlining gig at the Comedy Nest) will be closing the show alongside Jacob Greco, Thanos Michailopoulos, Morgan O’Shea and more. Best of all? It’s free. The Brass Door Pub (2171 Crescent), 8:30 p.m., free

Masterful Montreal DJs and Musique Risquée labelmates Akufen and Stephen Beaupré spin at le Bleury’s Vinyl Factory night. 2109 Bleury, 9 p.m., $7 before midnight/$11
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