Thursday, Oct. 27

* Boro Clothing pop-up shop
* Teesri Duniya Theatre’s The Refugee Hotel
* Grind Haüs presents an ’80s zombie movie double feature
* Tiga live
* KyAzMa LP launch/Troll Market Costume Party
* Kill Yr Idols Halloween cover show


Tiga (left)

Local streetwear label Boro Clothing is holding a one-day only pop-up shop at Espace POP to launch their new fall/winter collection, with snacks from nearby resto Petite Maison. 5587 Parc, 5–9 p.m., free

Teesri Duniya Theatre presents Carmen Aguirre’s The Refugee Hotel, an autobiographical dark comedy about “exile, love and the Canadian resettlement experience” of Chileans who came to Montreal in the 1970s. The play, directed by Paulina B. Abarca-Cantin, runs through Nov. 13. Segal Centre (5170 Cote-Ste-Catherine), 8 p.m. nightly (except for Nov. 1) with 1 p.m. matinees, $26/$18 students/$22 union/seniors

Turbo Haüs’s horror film screening series Grind Haüs, hosted by Fantasia’s Justin Henry Langois, presents a double header of Halloween classics tonight with Peter Jackson’s pre-Lord of the Rings 1992 zombie flick Dead Alive followed by Dan O’Bannon’s Return of the Living Dead (1985). Show up in your scariest outfit and sharpen your horror knowledge for a chance to win prizes at the costume contest and horror trivia game! 5011 Notre-Dame W., 7:30 p.m., $5

On the final day of the Red Bull Music Academy, Montreal producer, DJ and vocalist Tiga plays his No Fantasy Required live set at Théatre Berri, with openers Matias Aguayo, Iron Galaxy and Tony Dancer and a closing set by the Martinez Brothers. If you missed Tiga’s set at Ile Soniq this summer, here’s your chance to correct that. 1280 St-Denis, 9 p.m., $30

Montreal musician KyAzMa is launching a record called The Magician’s Mirror at an event that doubles as a “Halloween Troll Market Costume Party,” rounded out by an extended “open jam.” Organizers promise strange and surreal times. Casa del Popolo (4873 St-Laurent), doors 8 p.m., show 10:30 p.m., $7 (free with vinyl purchase at the door)

At Brasserie Beaubien, Kill Yr Idols features loads of local musicians paying tribute to a host of bands including the Ramones, the Cramps and the Strokes to raise funds for the Prisoners Correspondence Project Collective, a volunteer-run group in solidarity with LGBT prisoners in Canada and the U.S. 73 Beaubien E, 8 p.m., $5–$10/PWYC (no one turned away)

See our Halloween Party Guide, featuring events happening tonight through Monday, here.

For more concert recommendations for the week ahead, see Hammer of the Mods.

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