6 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Monday, March 25

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      The Cinematheque
      1131 Howe
      7 pm

      Vancouver-centric films get the spotlight when the Cinematheque screens The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter, the poignant 1993 documentary based on the video journals of a young Vancouver physician with AIDS, and Glowing in the Dark, the illuminating documentary celebrating Vancouver's bygone reign as the neon capital of North America.


      The Bright Light Social Hour, "Infinite Cities"

      Biltmore Cabaret
      2755 Prince Edward
      8 pm

      Psychedelic, cosmic soul band from Austin, Texas, the Bright Light Social Hour tour in support of their new EP Missing Something, with opening act Sea Moya.


      Viagra Boys, "Shrimp Sessions"

      Fox Cabaret
      2321 Main
      8 pm

      Punk outfit from Sweden, Viagra Boys, plays tunes from latest album Street Worms, with guests Bored Decor and Pottery.


      Rio Theatre
      1660 East Broadwa
      8:45 pm

      Catch the extended edition of A Star Is Born starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, which includes a new song and 12 extra minutes.


      Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club
      2837 Cambie
      8 pm

      Looking for a graduation ceremony that you can openly drink at? The Yuk Yuks University Graduation Showcase not only enourages you to hit the bar but you can hear material from Vancouver's latest crop of comedians.


      Blarney Stone
      216 Carrall
      7 pm

      Are you an indie filmmaker? Do you plan to be one? Meet up with likeminded people at Raindance Vancouver's March Booze 'N' Schmooze. There will be film chitchat, special guests, industry networking and door prizes. Hosted by actress and comedian Sophia Johnson.