Friday, Feb. 26

* Pizza party at Mademoiselle
* Art Cible and Pop Up Art Montreal group exhibit at la Galerie
* MASSIVart’s Lucky 7 seventh anniversary party
* Lisbon Lux anniversary party & double record launch
* Passovah festival show at Bar le Ritz PDB
* The Room screening at Cinéma du Parc



Recently inaugurated Mile End music venue and restaurant Mademoiselle is throwing a pizza party for 5 à 7, a free “pizza tasting,” while supplies last . 5171 Parc, 57 p.m.

Art Cible teams up with Pop Up Art Montreal to hold a two-day group exhibition at la Galerie in the Village. Get a head start on your Nuit Blanche experience by checking it out tonight, featuring works by 25 artists including Mos Geez, Linda Luttinger, Mikhail Smirnov, Nicolas Nabonne and more. 1200 Amherst, #102, 5–10 p.m., $5/PWYC, continues Saturday

Montreal multimedia group MASSIVart is throwing a Lucky 7 seventh anniversary party with DJ Patrick Mocan, workshops with Lea.M and Miss Cloudy, an exhibition and installations by Luc Antoine Chiasson, Party Monster (Elie Zananiri) and Thomas Salaun & Caravane, video projections from Charline Dally (OYÉ) and the fun sounding “GIF-o-booth.” 8 Queen, 8 p.m., free (RSVP required)

Montreal record label Lisbon Lux marks its third anniversary with a double record launch for a pair of artists on its electronic/pop-oriented roster: Bronswick and Paupière. Théâtre Fairmount (5240 Parc), 9 p.m., $5

Passovah’s winter festival, which kicked off on Valentine’s Day, continues with a two-night stand at Bar le Ritz PDB. Tonight’s show has a great line-up, with Jon Shape (Beaver Sheppard’s latest project, Valleys, Wake Island, Jessica Moss, Caroline Keating and Caro Diaro. 179 Jean-Talon W., 9 p.m., $10 (or $15 for tonight and tomorrow night’s shows)

The group behind semi-regular screenings of The Room — the 2003 U.S. movie widely regarded as one of the worst of all time (the story of its bizarre creators and cast are being made into a film by James Franco) — are back in action at Cinéma du Parc tonight. 3575 Parc, 9:30 p.m., $15/$20

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