The Scottish-American comedian, actor, and television host brings his wit and charm to the Revolution Hall stage for the Portland stop on the "Hobo Fabulous" Tour. (7 pm, Revolution Hall, $45)
The Feminist Forward Comedy Show
Another night of feminist stand-up from some of the city's very best, including Mel Heywood, Shannon Sales, Sarah B., Erin Dougherty, Danni Cannon, Sonia Ruiz, and maybe even a special guest or two. (7 pm, Crush, $8)
Panos Cosmatos’ violent, surreal saga is kind of sad, kind of lyrical, and kind of rock ’n’ roll; its first half is an earnest, artsy character study, and its second is a greasy, sordid revenge flick. It also features one of Nicolas Cage’s most bugfuck crazy performances, so: Mandy isn’t for everyone. But for those it is for? It’s a hell of a thing.(3:30 pm & 7:15 pm, Cinema 21, $9.25) ERIK HENRIKSEN
J Roddy Walston & The Business, Jonny Fritz
The sultry, succulent tunes of J Roddy Walston and the Business have their roots in the South, but the Baltimore outfit’s rough-and-tumble, soulful rock is nationwide. With shards of glam, some Beatlesesque sunshine, and a jagged punk spirit, it’s growly, howly, and loud—just the way you like it. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $20) NED LANNAMANN
Celebrating 20 years of sexy sax-fueled jazz-pop deconstructions, the Sexmob quartet takes over the Jack London Revue to reinterpret classics in a way their creators would never expect. (8 pm, Jack London Revue, $15)
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