Sunday, Oct. 11

* Funny Girl premieres at the Segal Centre
* Lisa Czech launches Punk Village 1 zine at Soundcentral
* Marie Davidson and Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche play a free show
* No Thanks Giving at Perfecto
* LGBT festival Black & Blue wraps with its signature blowout party

Lisa Czech

Art by Lisa Czech

Take in the matinee premiere performance of Broadway classic Funny Girl at the Segal Centre, based on the true story of a rising Ziegfield Follies star whose path to stardom is complicated by romance. This production features Gabi Epstein as Fanny Brice, the role immortalized by Barbra Streisand in the 1968 film adaptation of the play. 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, 1:30 p.m., $27–$64

Punk up your afternoon at Soundcentral with the launch of Lisa Czech’s zine Punk Village 1, featuring performances from visiting Colombian punk bands Secta and Dead Hero, joined by locals Parasytes. 4486 Coloniale, 4–7 p.m., PWYC

In collaboration with the Festival du nouveau cinéma, Montreal musicians Marie Davidson and Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche are putting on a free concert at UQAM’s Agora Hydro-Québec. 175 President-Kennedy, 10 p.m., free

Celebrate No Thanks Giving with the crew of newly minted Plateau resto-dive Perfecto, with DJs Michael and JP on the speakers and the Habs vs. Sens match on the screens, before the party. 20 Duluth E., 10 p.m., free

One of Montreal’s premier LGBT festivals, Black & Blue, is back for its 25th year with the signature event being tonight’s giant party in brand new digs at Olympic Park with DJs Paolo Rocco, Jay London, Morabito and more. 3000 Viau, 10 p.m.–10 a.m., $100–$125