Wednesday, Feb. 11

* Another Politics Book Launch at Concordia
* Vernissage at Galerie Bernard for artist Margit Hideg
* Dramatic readings at Playwrights’ Workshop
* Piano magic at The Waverly
* Sheer Agony with openers Quaker Parents and Real Life at Brasserie Beaubien
* New rock DJ Night + video launch at TRH Bar with Kapuano Records

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Work by Margit Hideg at Galerie Bernard


QPIRG Concordia invites you to the launch of anarchist writer/educator Chris Dixon’s new book, Another Politics: Talking Across Today’s Transformative Movements. Dixon will be joined on the panel by former QPIRG and Anarchist Bookfair coordinator Helen Hudson. 1500 de Maisonneuve W., #204, 57 p.m., free


Head to Galerie Bernard for a vernissage of Margit Hideg’s show Continuum, a selection of paintings and dreamy, superimposed digital images using trees and gates as symbols of connections and transitions. 3926 St-Denis, 58 p.m., free


Join National Theatre School graduate and Newfoundland native Megan Coles in an evening of readings from her critically-acclaimed plays Our Eliza and The Battery as well as from her collection of short stories. Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal, 5337 St-Laurent, #240, 7 p.m., free


Each Wednesday night the Waverly turns into a piano bar, and tonight Do Mi and Key OG will be playing a mix of covers and originals for your pleasure. 5550 St-Laurent, 10 p.m., free


Get your rock on at Brasserie Beaubien with Sheer Agony plus openers Quaker Parents and Real Life. 73 Beaubien E., 10 p.m., $6


TRH Bar launches a new weekly DJ night with the artists of Kapuano Records, including Raw Sugar, Les Deuxluxes, Blue Cheese and more spinning garage, rock, punk, and even squeezing in some RnB all night long. Tonight’s premiere edition will also serve as a launch for Gold Wheels’s new video, “Gold Goons.” 3699 St-Laurent, 10 p.m., free


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