Sunday, Dec. 20

* Salon Laurette pop-up shop
* Last day for Segal Centre’s Tribes
* Les Gregory Charles Manson Massacrent Noël concert at Quai des Brumes
* Rodney Ramsey is Black Santa at ComedyWorks’ Xmas show
* Battlewar 31 live pro wrestling at Foufounes Electriques
* Neil Hamburger in Entertainment at Dollar Cinema

James McGee v Mike Gibson

A previous edition of Battlewar pro-wrestling at Foufs

Pointe Ste-Charles architecture space and gallery Salon Laurette hosts a pop-up Christmas market with crafts and treats created by artisans from the Pointe. Salon Laurette (1950 Centre), 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., free

Today is your last chance to catch the Segal Centre’s Tribes, by British playwright Nina Raine, starring deaf actor Jack Volpe as a deaf man who struggles to fit in with his family until his discovery of American Sign Language unlocks a new world of communication and intimacy. 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, various showtimes, performances at 2 and 7 p.m., $32–$64

If you’re invested enough in Christmas music to take in a whole concert of the stuff, but not so reverent that you don’t appreciate a little good-natured sacrilege, Les Gregory Charles Manson Massacrent Noël may be the show for you. Pop in to Quai des Brumes once your shopping is done and see local acts Navet Confit and Jacques Bertrand Jr. covering the classics (in French). 4481 St-Denis, 5à7, PWYC

Rodney Ramsey is “Black Santa” in ComedyWorks’ Christmas Comedy Special, also featuring Heidi Foss, Steven Patrick Adams, Mike Carrozza and some special surprises. 1238 Bishop, 8 p.m., $15 or $10 with non-perishable food or toy donation

If you’ve never seen pro-wrestling at Foufounes Electriques, have you really lived? See old scores settled and fresh rivalries erupt at Battlewar 31, featuring Franky the Mobster, le Tabarnak de Team, Shayne Hawke, Michael “The Mind” Paterson and many more. 87 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $15

One of Dollar Cinema’s current Marquee Spotlight films is Entertainment, a twisted stand-up comic’s existential journey, starring Gregg Turkington (playing a version of his stage persona Neil Hamburger), with the likes of John C. Reilly and Michael Cera in bit parts. 6900 Decare Square, 8:40 p.m., $5

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