10 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Monday, May 13

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      Alt-rock band from Scotland, Snow Patrol bring their Wildness Tour to Vancouver. With guests Billie Marten and Ryan McMullan.
      Queen Elizabeth Theatre | 630 Hamilton | 8pm | From 35 »Details

      Vancouver’s new music ensemble, Standing Wave, presents Ex Machina, a musical exploration of the intersections between art, music and technology. Featuring the world premiere of Gordon Fitzell’s Deus Ex Machina: The Nine Lives of Schrodinger’s Cat, a new electro-acoustic work.
      Orpheum Annex | 823 Seymour | 8pm | $25 »Details

      American blues guitarist, singer, and former member of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers Coco Montoya and his band take the stage at the Rio. With guests the Brandon Isaak Trio.
      Rio Theatre | 1660 E. Broadway | 7pm | $35 »Details

      Local hip-hop artist and producer Uno performs tunes from the debut EP #TRAPSHEERAN. Also appearing Diemention, Young Nes, Jaque, and Keylo. 
      Fortune Sound Club| 147 E Pender | 8pm | $15 »Details

      SiriusXM’s Top Comic competition presents three evenings of uncensored comedy featuring Canada’s funniest stand-up comics. Live auditions in search of Canada’s next Top Comic will be held over three nights in Vancouver. Each evening, 10 different comics will perform their best material.
      Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club | 2837 Cambie | 8 pm  | $10 »Details

      Comedic treasure Graham Clark is your host at the weekly Laugh Gallery. Is addition to top comedians there is trivia and thrift store rescue prizes for the audience 
      Havana Theatre | 1212 Commercial | 8pm | $5 »Details

      Test your smarts at Kaboom Atomic Trivia. All facets of pop culture are on the table at the weekly brain busting show. Plenty of prizes and drink specials to keep you entertained all night.
      The Portside | 7 Alexander | 8pm | Free »Details

      Ubuntu Canteen's Wine Night welcomes Brian Sohn of Racine Wine Imports who will be pour and talk, but mostly pour, about wines produced by Clot du Tue-Boeuf. Menu and snacks available.
      Ubuntu Canteen | 4194 Fraser | 7:30pm | $25 »Details

      From China comes An Elephant Sitting Still. It's about the crisis of depression faced by millennials, 4 hours long, and the director killed himself at the age of 29, reportedly after arguing with producers over the film’s length. :(
      Vancity Theatre | 1181 Seymour | 6:30pm | Read our review | $13 »Details

      In Take It Down by North Carolina artists Sabine Gruffat and Bill Brown, celluloid film serves as both a material register and a critical resource for interrogating the documentary image, depicting such iconic subject matter as Confederate monuments, Earthworks, and the great American road trip. Artists will be in attendance.
      The Cinematheque | 1131 Howe | 7:30pm  »Details

       

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