Friday October 2
Menz & Mollyz, 2182 Gottingen Street, 9:30pm, $9
10am-4pm; to Oct 4, tickethalifax.ca for details, $5/PWYC
Saturday October 3
Drunk Mean Girls livestreamYes, your chance to sit in The Carleton for this drunk read-through of the GOAT of teen movies might have passed (it's no surprise the event sold out lightning-fast!)—but all hope is not lost: Montreal's Talking Dog Productions will also be livestreaming its Halifax event. So Fetch!
Facebook Live, 7pm
Black Lives Matter rallyHeld in North Preston at the community cenotaph (next to St. Thomas Baptist Church), this rally aims to discuss Premier McNeil's recent apology to the African Nova Scotian community and RCMP funding, among other issues.
North Preston Cenotaph, 35 Simmonds Road, North Preston, 2pm
Sunday October 4
Roxane Gay at Afterwords Literary FestivalA livestream conversation with one of the most luminous living authors and
Monday October 5
Alexander Keith's 225th birthday livestreamNo, you can't get absolutely shitfaced at The Lower Deck to celebrate Sir Alexander this year, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on every Ontario transplant's favourite Halifax party: A livestream of the suds-founder's fete will be held via Facebook, where you can watch performances by Matt Mays and Lower Deck mainstay Signal Hill.
Facebook Live, 8-11pm
Wednesday October 7
À tire-d'aileStudio 21's latest art show sees gallery stalwart Jean-François Provost exploring the beauty of transformation as he delivers a set of colourful canvases. A departure from his previous, more monochrome work, the new paintings add a vibrant layer to the artist's continued study of formalist subject matter. Get lost in planes of baby blue and beige.
Studio 21 Fine Art, 5431 Doyle Street, to Oct 14