Tuesday, Jan. 19

* The Man Who Fell to Earth at Dollar Cinema
* Caroline Gravel dances at Arsenal Gallery
* What’s the Problem photography vernissage
* Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at Café Shäika
* Safia Nolin live at Quai des Brumes
* Felt screens at the Phi Centre


In memory of David Bowie, Dollar Cinema is screening Nicolas Roeg’s 1976 space oddity The Man Who Fell to Earth, arguably Bowie’s best film, and one of his very few starring roles. 6900 Decarie Square, 3:30 and 9:15 p.m., $2.50

Arsenal Gallery’s Cultural Tuesday, when access to the gallery is exceptionally free, hosts Danse Danse choreographer Caroline Gravel for a performance of a brand new work, Documenting the Absence, which was created during a weeklong residency at the former shipbuilding facility-turned-gallery. 2020 William, 6–9 p.m., free

Studio Béluga’s ArtUp! series launches a new exhibition at Théâtre Sainte Catherine with a vernissage for What’s the Problem, a photography exhibit by Ana Jovmir that takes a look at the feelings of anger and frustration that drives us towards social action. Live music, projections and DJs will round out the festivities. 264 Ste-Catherine E., 7 p.m., free

Comedian Chris Sandiford returns to host the Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at Café Shäika after a two-week break, and he’ll be joined by Ellie MacDonald, Brad MacDonald, Samson Cooperman, Jacob Greco and more. 5526 Sherbrooke W., 9 p.m., free

If you haven’t had a chance to see local francophone singer-songwriter Safia Nolin live yet, she’s performing tonight in the intimate environs of Quai des Brumes, which is marking its 30th year in business. 4481 St-Denis, 9 p.m., $10

Felt is the second film by the team behind Toad Road, a psychosexual drama that was one of the runaway hits of the 2013 edition of Fantasia. Phi Centre (407 St-Pierre), 9:30 p.m., $11.75/$9.50 students & seniors

See our Event Listings for more concert, nightlife, theatre, comedy and community event options. See our Art Listings here.