Dune Montreal UK Special Screening

To-Do List: Thursday, Oct. 21

The first screenings of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, shows featuring Rita Baga and Tranna Wintour and more.

Denis Villeneuve’s highly anticipated Dune opens in theatres across Montreal this evening. The film will be screening in standard, 3D, IMAX and D-BOX. In his review, Cult MTL‘s Alex Rose describes the movie as “a stoner movie made by someone who has never smoked weed in his life.” Read our feature interview with Villeneuve in our October issue. For showtimes across the city, please click here.

Dune debuts in theatres across Montreal this evening.

The Montreal Canadiens will host the Carolina Hurricanes at the Bell Centre, their third home game of the season. This marks the first time that former Canadiens’ centre Jesperi Kotkaniemi returns to Montreal after signing a $6.1-million contract with Carolina in the offseason. 1909 Avenue des Canadiens de Montréal, 7 p.m., $63.24–$328.60

Jesperi Kotkaniemi plays his first game against the Montreal Canadiens since signing with the Carolina Hurricanes in the offseason.

Canada’s Drag Race finalist and Cult MTL October 2020 cover star Rita Baga brings her one-woman show Créature to Olympia de Montreal. In the coming months, Baga will take the show on the road, performing in Brossard, Sainte-Thérèse and Victoriaville, among other Quebec markets. 1004 Ste-Catherine E., 7 p.m., $43.49

Cult MTL’s October 2020 covergirl Rita Baga will perform her one-woman show Créature tonight at Olympia de Montreal.

Stand-up comedy is alive and well in Montreal! The Diving Bell Social Club‘s event Get Fxcked features an all-femme lineup. Tonight’s show is hosted by Abby Stonehouse and headlined by Tranna Wintour. 3956 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $22.23

Tranna Wintour headlines tonight’s “Get Fxcked” event.

MUTEK and OBORO are teaming up Digital Detox: Living the Virtual, an exhibition of AR and VR experiences with a focus on man’s relationship with technology. The expo is taking place at OBORO’s New Media Lab and will feature the works of Frances Adair Mckenzie, Bianca Shonee Arroyo-Kreimes and Claude Bastien, among others. 4001 Berri, 12–7 p.m.

Bianca Shonee Arroyo-Kreimes is one of the artists whose work will be on display at Digital Detox: Living the Virtual.

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