Thursday, Nov. 3

* HTMlles Festival
* LGBT film screening: Balls
* Róisín Murphy live
* Nou la Haïti fundraiser party


Róisín Murphy

Over 150 Montreal restaurants are participating in the fifth edition of restaurant discovery tour MTL À TABLE, beginning today and running for the next 10 days which sees restos offering special 3-course menus at $21, $31 and $41 plus a number of late night and brunch options as well. Various locations, full details here

It’s opening night of this weekend’s HTMlles Festival, Studio XX’s biennial exploration of feminist art and engagement with new technologies, with this year’s theme focusing on Terms of Privacy. Tonight’s opening soirée will include a first look at the festival’s many exhibitions, a film screening and performances from Monica Rekas plus Johnny Forever with Gambletron and UN. 4001 Berri, 6–10 p.m., $5 or $10 includes drink and photobooth

Never Apart’s LGBT Film Screening series takes a look at those ever-delicate symbols of masculinity with a screening of the documentary Balls, a look at what happens when a testicle-owner is faced with the prospect of losing one or both. A Q&A between director Nico Stagias and Never Apart director Michael Venus. Arrive early for a chance to check out the space’s fall exhibitions! 7049 St-Urbain, 7 p.m., free

Irish pop singer, songwriter and producer Róisín Murphy (who was once half of the trip hop duo Moloko) plays l’Astral. 305 Ste-Catherine W., 8 p.m., $26/$29

Party for a good cause at Nou la Haïti, a fundraiser for Hurricane Matthew relief organization Fondation Muntu. Expect music by Kaytranada b2b Lou Phelps, Illa J and DJs Pierre Kwenders and Foxtrott, with support from Nomadic Massive, Clay and Friends, Team Gaza and Asma. Théâtre Corona (2490 Notre-Dame W.), 8 p.m., $43

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