Tuesday, Feb. 20

* Vault of Horror screens Daughters of Darkness
* Light in Darkness showcases films by women
* Ronnie Burkett’s cabaret-style puppet show
* Rich Aucoin with Taylor Knox
* Boombox ’88

A Woman On The Telephone: Carol screens at Light in Darkness

Vault of Horror presents a screening of the 1971 erotic vampire film Daughters of Darkness at Psychic City. Secret location, doors at 8 p.m., price unlisted

Femme-focused film screening series DeuXX hosts Light in the Darkness, a program of short films made by women filmmakers taking place at Eastern Bloc, curated by guest programmer Jessica Murwin and featuring a Q&A session with director Marion Duhaime, whose short film Where Do Cats Go After 9 Lives? will be part of the evening’s line-up. 7240 Clark, 8 p.m., $7

Catch a preview performance of world-renowned Canadian puppeteer Ronnie Burkett’s cabaret-style puppet show The Daisy Theatre, during which Burkett performs all 40 characters in a hilarious, bawdy and mesmerising extravaganza for mature audiences only. 453 St-François-Xavier, 8 p.m., $28–$51.75, continues through March 24

High-energy Halifax-based dance pop artist Rich Aucoin previews his upcoming album with a mini-tour that includes a stop at Bar le Ritz PDB, with opener Taylor Knox. Trust your East Coast pals and get your ass to this one if you enjoy things like “dancing” and “fun.” 179 Jean-Talon W., 8 p.m., $18.50/$20

Hip hop emcee/DJ/dance improv night Kalmunity Tuesdays rocks it old school with Boombox ‘88, cranking the best rap hits from 30 years ago. Petit Campus (57 Prince-Arthur E.), 9 p.m., $8

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