Notre Dame Basilica Montreal

To-Do List: March 22

A Ukraine benefit concert at the Notre-Dame Basilica, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah live at Bar le Ritz, film, theatre and poetry events & more.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, the alternately Philadelphia/Brooklyn-based indie rock project led by Alec Ounsworth, play Bar le Ritz PDB. 179 Jean-Talon W., 8 p.m., $26.87

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah live at Bar le Ritz PDB.

The stunning Notre Dame Basilica will be the site of a Concert for Peace, a benefit for victims of Russia’s war on Ukraine. Hosted by actress Claudia Ferri, the event will feature music by a 10-piece chamber orchestra, led by Nicolas Ellis. 110 Notre-Dame W., 7:30 p.m., free/by donation

A Montreal benefit concert for Ukraine invasion victims.

The Victoria Hall Film Club is screening Michael Sarnoski’s fantastic 2021 film Pig, starring Nicolas Cage in his most restrained and nuanced performance… ever? 4626 Sherbrooke W., 2 p.m., free

Pig, one of the best films of 2021, this afternoon at Victoria Hall.

The McGill Drama Festival presents a 40-minute student production Everyone Is Annoying, written by Willow Cormier and directed by Danielle Gottlieb. (Also tonight: Every Postmodernist Hates Postmodernism.) 3480 McTavish, 9 p.m., $6

The McGill Drama Festival is on.

Check out Mińuapan, an Indigenous Poetry Evening at Lucki Delite, featuring slam poetry, spoken word performances and straight-up poetry readings by special guests and open-mic participants. 4816 Parc, 7–11 p.m., free

Mińuapan showcases Indigenous poetry at Lucki Delite tonight.

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