18 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Wednesday, July 10

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      Queen featuring frontman Adam Lambert play songs from their vast catalogue of rock hits when their Rhapsody Tour comes to Vancouver.
      Rogers Arena | 800 Griffiths Way | 8pm | From $49 »Details

      Kiefer Sutherland turns singer-songwriter on tour with his Americana-tinged debut album Down In A Hole. With guest Darcy Windover.
      Commodore Ballroom | 868 Granville | 8:30pm | From $39.50 »Details

      Musician Dave Hartney brings his country sound to Greek Summerfest. Enjoy Greek culinary delights and live bands playing every night of the 10 day festival and enter to win a trip for two to Greece, and experience Greek culture in real life.
      Greek Orthodox Community | 4541 Boundary Road | July 4-14 | Free  »Details

      Trigger Me This: An Evening of Comedy, Outrage, and Debate features panel of comedians and asks the audience to decide where jokes cross the line and go from being inoffensive to being off-putting and even toxic. In an age of polarized politics and social media outrage, are stand-up comics the last champions of free speech? Comedians include Zarqa Nawaz, Yumi Nagashima, Darcy Michael, and hosted by Richard Side.
      SFU Woodward’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts | 149 W Hastings | 8pm | $22 - $30 »Details

      Montreal electronica oufit Saxsyndrum make it out to the West Coast for the first time with their groove-centric and danceable saxophone, synthesis, and drums. With guests Booty EP and Harley Small.
      Fox Cabaret | 2321 Main | 8pm | $12 »Details

      Dancing on the Edge Festival presents dancers celebrating their art form with free events happening on Granville Island and featured performances at the Firehall Arts Centre.

      At SciFact vs SciFi: Animals According to Hollywood biologist Dr. Carin Bondar will deliver a lecture debunking Hollywood's fake science. The movies with truth issues include Planet of the Apes, The Birds, Snakes on a Plane, and more.
      Vancity Theatre | 1181 Seymour | 7:30pm | From $15 »Details

      The historic Kitsilano Showboat has featured a wide variety of acts during the summer on its stage since 1935. This Wednesday it hosts performances by jazz orchestra Urbana and dance troupe Heart and Sole.
      Kitsilano Showboat | Kitsilano Beach [next to the pool] | 7pm | Free »Details

      Catch the song and high-kicking dance musical Disney's Newsies at Theatre Under The Stars in Stanley Park's Malkin Bowl. In 1899, New York City had its papers delivered by an army of ragged orphans and runaways called ‘newsies'. When newspaper owners raise distribution prices at the newsies' expense, this band of misfits unites to strike against the unfair conditions.
      Malkin Bowl | Stanley Park | 8pm | From $30 »Details

      It's the final week to catch Matilda the Musical. Armed with an outsize wit and a vivid imagination, precocious Matilda takes a stand to change her destiny. Even cruel parents and a hardened headmistress can’t get in her way. From the imagination of Roald Dahl.
      Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage | 2750 Granville | 7:30pm | From $39 »Details

      Catch Pitch Perfect starring Anna Kendrick Rebel Wilson outdoors on the big screen at Summer Movie Nights at the art gallery. Bring lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy pre-movie activities like the Sound Eclectic Choir Group, a popcorn van, LED Swings, and food trucks.
      Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza | 850 West Georgia | Sunset | Free »Details

      The Gentlemen Hecklers ruin beloved children's fantasy film classic The NeverEnding Story at the Rio. Come get mildly inebriated as Eric Fell, Patrick Maliha, K.C. Novak and special guest Shaun Stewart provide live, hilarious commentary for the best cheesy movies.
      Rio Theatre | 1660 East Broadway | 9:30pm | $15 »Details

      Presented in a custom-built cinema within the gallery, The Clock has time represented in each clip is synchronized with actual time, allowing The Clock to function as a 24-hour timepiece.  On select Fridays, The Polygon will stay open for 24-hour screenings.
      The Polygon | 101 Carrie Cates Crt., North Vancouver | By donation »Details

      This production of Shakespeare's All's Well that Ends Well takes the bold step of being set in India during the waning days of British occupation and the cusp of Indian independence. Featuring a star-making performance from Sarena Parmar.
      Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival | 1000 Chestnut | 8pm | From $26 »Details

      The art exhibit There is Truth Here focuses on rare surviving artworks created by children who have attended residential and day schools. The focus of the exhibition is not on the schools themselves, but upon witnessing the experiences of the survivors as conveyed through their childhood artworks.
      Museum of Vancouver | 1100 Chestnut »Details

      Moose's Down Under's Weekly Trivia is a competitive bout featuring weekly cash jackpots with a chance to win jugs of beer and shooters throughout the night. General knowledge questions with a couple of Aussie questions thrown in.
      Moose's Down Under | 830 West Pender | 7pm | Free »Details

      Catch queer improv with Canada's leading queer improv comedy troupe, Queerprov at the Junction. They use the hashtag #YaaasAnd so you know they are funny.
      The Junction | 1138 Davie | 7:30pm | Free »Details

      Drag entertainers Shay Dior, Anne Xiety, Adam Zapple, and The GM Tim enter the realm of Dungeons & Dragons in Fierce Adventures, alive, all-ages performance. 
      Cafe Deux Soleils | 2096 Commercial | 8:30pm »Details


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