Nighttime hotspot Datcha opens their doors in the daytime today for a vinyl record sale with a huge selection of house, techno, ambient, pop, rock and more, plus releases from labels Turbo and Multi Culti. 98 Laurier W., 2–7 p.m., free
Mile End’s Ping Pong Club launches a new weekly Sunday bingo night where, for $1 per card you’ll have a chance to win prizes like rounds of shots, merch and concert tickets. Come early enough for brunch and get two free cards to get you started. 5788 St-Laurent, brunch til 3 p.m., bingo begins at 4 p.m., free entry.
Le Cinéclub / The Film Society screens Guy Hamilton’s all-star war film Battle of Britain on the eve of the battle’s 75th anniversary. Michael Caine, Robert Shaw, Laurence Olivier and Christopher Plummer are amongst the all-star cast in this spectacular period piece. Cinéma deSève (1400 de Maisonneuve), 6:30 p.m., $8/$6 (students)
Fly over to the Gay Village for MBar’s weekly comedy night Comedy Abroad, headlined this week by Australian Paul Worrall, who will be joined by MC Paul Baluyot, Tim Rabnett, Kirsten Finch, Christopher Venditto and more. 1245 St-André, 8 p.m., $8–$10 or PWYC
The SAT welcomes Belgian DJ/producer the Magician (Stephen Fasano), whose viral 2011 remix of Lykke Li’s “I Follow Rivers” was followed up by the 2014 hit “Sunlight” and a series of monthly Magic Tape mixtapes. Opening the show will be locals Fonkynson and Walla P & Dr. Mad. 1201 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $24.25
If you missed Burlesque Delirium’s Game of Thrones show at Café Cleopatra back in April, you’re in luck. All 17 performers are reprising their roles as the warring/fucking families tonight. 1230 St-Laurent, doors 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m., $20/$25 at the door/$35 VIP