7 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Monday, April 22

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      Vogue Theatre
      918 Granville
      8 pm

      Hard-rock guitar legend Michael Schenker performs with vocalists Gary Barden, Graham Bonnet, and Robin McAuley, plus Temple of Rock vocalist Doogie White.


      Vancity Theatre
      1181 Seymour
      7:30 pm

      Inspired by Lewis Hyde's book The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World, Robin McKenna's film, Gift, asks you to imagine what the world would look like if we took money out of the equation.


      Orpheum Theatre
      601 Smithe
      8 pm

      “By far without a doubt the best guitar player alive" - Eric Clapton. At age 82 Buddy Guy continues to bring the blues to audiences worldwide. Hear him play tunes from his huge back catalogue and from his latest album The Blues is Alive and Well.


      Guilt & Company
      1 Alexander
      8 pm
      Pay what you can

      Cheap Jacuzzi take inspiration from funk, ska, motown, and soul to deliver a high-energy night of originals and covers.


      Fortune Sound Club
      147 East Pender
      10 pm
      Free with RSVP

      Fortune Sound Club's Midnight Mondays, Vancouver's only weekly R&B party, celebrates its one-year anniversary with DJs Clu, Flores, Keke, LeChance, Lemon, and MyGayHusband, plus a surprise guest and free Church’s Chicken.


      Fox Cabaret
      2321 Main
      7 pm

      Jazz and soul fusion trio Ludic makes your Monday funky with special guests Schwey, Babe Corner, and Isobel Ralph.


      Rio Theatre
      1660 E. Broadway
      9:30 pm

      Say “Oh, hai Mark!” to The Room cast member Greg Sestero, who will be in attendance when the "so bad it's good--but it's still really bad" film screens on its 16th anniversary. Audience costumes welcome and don’t forget to bring your spoons.