12 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, June 11

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      The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra honours one hundred years with the VSO100 Centennial Celebration. Maestro Otto Tausk with special guests host Ben Heppner present a very special gala concert that looks back on the last 100 years while looking to the future. With music from Bach, Bernstein, Morlock, and Tchaikovsky, the evening features performances, multi-media presentations and more.
      Orpheum Theatre | 601 Smithe | 8pm | From $42.50 »Details

      Canadian songstresses Angela Harris, Taylor James, and Leslie Alexander deliver an evening of stories and songs in Truth Be Told: Songwriters Sing & Tell. Influenced by folk, country, roots, and rock, this trio of talent combines for evening of musicianship while they trade songs, stories, and maybe a little dirt.
      The Heatley | 696 East Hastings| 8:30pm | $20 »Details

      Alternative Indie rock band Friends of Foes from Saskatoon bring their tour to the West Coast in support of their album, State of Mind. With guests Sola & Moar.
      Roxy Cabaret | 932 Granville | 8pm | $10 »Details

      The Party Timers and Jack Garton pay tribute to two rockabilly greats, Wanda Jackson and Elvis Presley. Come shake your pelvis to songs from the Queen of Rockabilly, The King at the Party Time of The Month season finale.
      WISE Hall | 1882 Adanac| 8pm | $10 »Details

      Western classic The Wild Bunch celebrates 50 years with a special screening at the Vancity Theatre. See Sam Peckinpah violent masterpiece the was it was intended, on the silver screen.
      Vancity Theatre | 1181 Seymour | 7:30pm | $13 »Details

      Best Foreign Language Oscar in 1954 La Strada from Federico Fellini stars Anthony Quinn as a circus strongman who buys a young wife but soon finds her affections directed to another, Il Matto, the carefree circus fool.
      Rio Theatre | 1660 East Broadway| 6:30pm | $12.50 »Details

      Vancouver Film School Writing Department presents Gone In 60 Sketches, two nights of live sketch comedy.
      VFS Cafe | 390 West Hastings | 8pm | $5 »Details

      Tell Me Your Nightmares is a comedy improv show where comedians read your submitted nightmares and improvisers act them out. Nothing like having your bad dreams brought to life in front of you for the amusement of others. Prizes for best entry and audience favourite.
      Our Town Café | 245 East Broadway | 7pm | $7 »Details

      Vancouver's finest comedians throw down at Improv Fight Club's June Joust.  Guaranteed to tickle, or perhaps break, your funny bone.
      2096 Commercial | 2096 Commercial | 8pm | $7 »Details

      Comedian Matt Watson headlines Full Pint Comedy in the heart of Kitsilano. Also featuring stand-ups Lydia Rickards, Andrew Packer, Matty Vu, Lisa Person, and Ari Matti.
      Castaway Bar & Kitchen | 3293 West 4th | 9pm | $5 »Details

      We are by which we are moved in return is a new dance work from MACHiNENOiSY that asks, can we re-vision ourselves & our relationships to the material world? Influenced by radical new inquiries emerging in the field of science, feminism & cultural theory that consider what it means to be human.
      SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts | 149 West Hastings | 8pm | $28 »Details

      Not only does it have one of the best rooftop patios in the city but Darby's also has pub trivia.  Views, brews, chews, and questions for yous. (ok, that last one was a stretch.)
      Darby's Pub | 2001 Macdonald | 8pm | Free »Details


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