9 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, July 14

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      Looking for something to do on Tuesday? The Straight’s got you covered. Here are nine events happening in or around Vancouver on Tuesday, July 14.


      Highlights of Bastille Day include a giant picnic, a traditional waiters’ race, a photobooth to recreate the Parisian dream, live music, a dog contest, mime performances, face painting, storytelling, and arts activities for kids. Held at the Public Market Courtyard.

      April O’Peel, Sweet Munish, and Sparkle Plenty present three sets of belly dancers, drag performers, comedy, live stunts, contortionists, and burlesque at Guilt & Co.


      Spartacus Books hosts a discussion of the reasons why capitalism creates climate chaos and what can be done about it.

      At the Art of Loving you can learn all about the G-spot and how to perform female ejaculation.


      Theatre Under the Stars presents the opening-night performance of Hairspray at Malkin Bowl.

      Local Shakespeare festival Bard on the Beach presents The Comedy of Errors and Shakespeare's Rebel at Vanier Park.


      The Vancouver Art Gallery hosts an exhibition featuring the Pritzker Prize–winning Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron.

      Of Heaven and Earth examines examples classical Italian paintings, drawn from Glasgow museums. Held at the Vancouver Art Gallery.


      The Vancity Theatre screens Dior and I (pictured above), which follows Christian Dior artistic director Raf Simons as he puts together his first haute-couture collection.

      Want more ideas? Follow the Georgia Straight’s event listings on Twitter.




      Jul 13, 2015 at 4:51pm

      Saw Door and I in London in March, truly a great story, film!

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