Sunday, Feb. 7

* Last day of Poutine Week
* The Secret Annex at the Segal Centre
* Winter Blues Collage Party
* Cineplex’s Great Digital Film Festival
* Comedy Abroad stand-up comedy showcase
* Lofthanza at Salon Daomé


Some alternatives to the Superblah:

Today is the last day of Poutine Week, your last opportunity to try out the novel creations of chefs at roughly 50 restaurants around the city. See our reviews here, and more information about Poutine Week 2016 here.

Alix Sobler’s play The Secret Annex, directed by Marcia Kash and starring Sara Farb, presents an alternate history in which Anne Frank survived WWII. The production is on at the Segal Centre through Feb. 21, and we’re giving away one pair of tickets to any show happening on or after Feb. 9 — enter here. 5170 Côte-des-Neiges, 2 and 7 p.m., $24.50 students/$30 under 30/$53 for seniors/$59

Art collective CTRL-V and artist Girlplague are hosting a Winter Blues Collage Party at la Plante. BYOB and BYO collage materials, though there will be some materials on hand for anyone to use. PM for location, 7 p.m. till midnight, $5/PWYC

Cineplex’s Great Digital Film Festival began on Friday and runs through Feb. 11, screening a selection of cult sci-fi, fantasy and adventure films from the 1970s all the way through 2015. Among the films on today is one of the best of the old Star Trek movies, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Cinéma Banque Scotia (977 Ste-Catherine W.), 7:30 p.m., $6.99

Check out this weekend’s edition of stand-up comedy showcase Comedy Abroad, with comics including Bianca Yates, Geoffrey Appelbaum, Samson Cooperman, Jason Hatrick and host Jon Selig. (See our feature story about ComedyWorks and Montreal’s thriving anglo comedy scene here.) M Bar 1245 St-André, 8:15 p.m., PWYC

Dance it out at Salon Daomé‘s Lofthanza night, where DJ Soundshaper will be joined by Ben Bongo. 141 Mont-Royal E., 10 p.m.

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