Robert Darnton Discusses “Censors at Work: How States Shaped Literature”
3 p.m., Free
Harvard Book Store
1256 Mass. Ave.
France, Britain and Germany: Three nations whose unique historical relationships with censorship have resulted in three distinct canons. Robert Darnton dives in.
Bring Us Your Women & Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling
8 p.m., $10-20
2 Arrow St.
This pair of performances will be presented back to back. The first is a prisoner-themed art-rock band whose songs are inspired by 1960s television show, “The Prisoner.” The latter is a multimedia performance dedicated to women and the pursuit of divinity and freedom. It should be interesting.
Boston Camerata in Portes du Ciel
8-10 p.m., Free
48 Mass Ave.
The Boston Camerata, which is celebrating its 60th season, will highlight music from the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance France and Italy, when these areas were competing cultural meccas.
Soulelujah! Neighborhood Soul Party with Claude Money and John Funke
11 p.m., $8
474 Mass. Ave.
Serious dance, serious funk, serious soul, serious fun.
In Momentum Concert Series
8 p.m., $5-10
186 Hampshire St.
Led by Swiss vocalist Gabriela Martina and Italian drummer Giuseppe Paradiso, IMS is a series based on free improvisation without compromise.