14 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, July 16

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      Common, the critically acclaimed rapper and actor from Chicago brings his Let Love Have The Last Word tour to Vancouver. With guest Nicole Bus.
      Commodore Ballroom | 868 Granville | 9:30pm | $65 »Details

      Bluegrass/folk group The Lonesome Town Painters plays CBC's free summer-long outdoor concert series Musical Nooners.
      CBC Vancouver Outdoor Stage and Plaza | 700 Hamilton | Noon | Free »Details


      Maddy Kelly (JFL Northwest, All You Can Eat Laundry) headlines the Pop-Up Comedy Jam, the improv and stand-up mashup.
      Café Deux Soleils | 2096 Commercial | 8pm | $7 »Details

      The Evo Cinema Movies in the park series happens every Tuesday in the summer. This week catch the animated musical feature Shrek.
      Second Beach in Stanley Park | Sunset | Free »Details

      Terry Gilliam's long gestating passion project, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, finally comes to the screen starring Adam Driver as acynical but supposedly genius film director who finds himself trapped in the outrageous delusions of an old Spanish shoe-maker (Jonathan Pryce) who believes himself to be Don Quixote.
      Rio Theatre | 1660 East Broadway | 6:30pm | $12.50 »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 $20 »Details

      Bard on the Beach's All’s Well That Ends Well is set in India during the waning days of British occupation and the cusp of Indian independence. Helena, a privileged young Indian woman, secretly loves Bertram, an officer in the British Army. Cultural, social, and political barriers stand between them, but Helena doesn’t give up.
      Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival | 1000 Chestnut | 7:30pm | From $26 »Details

      The Shadows, Strings and Other Things: The Enchanting Theatre of Puppets exhibition illustrates the role puppets have played around the world in the transmission of cultural knowledge, stories, and values from generation to generation.
      Museum of Anthropology at UBC | 6393 NW Marine | To Oct 14 »Details

      The Tri-city Dust Devils take on the Vancouver Canadians in the final of their three-game series at Nat Bailey. As always there will be three-foot hot dogs, sushi racing, and the dancing A&B Tool Rentals Grounds Crew.
      Nat Bailey Stadium | 4601 Ontario | 7:05pm | From $13  »Details

      Internationally renowned scratch DJ Kid Koala provides the soundtrack to Summer Music Vancouver's Music To Draw To event. BYOQCP: Bring Your Own Quiet Creative Project.
      The Pace at Creative Coworkers | 520 Alexander | 6pm | $5-15 suggested donation »Details

      Part art class, part cabaret, Dr Sketchy's Anti Art School is three hours of drinking, figure drawing and decadence. Explore classic pin up poses with Reubenesque model, Lilli Marlene.
      Hood 29 | 4470 Main | 7pm | $12 »Details

      Nerdin' Trivia takes over the Storm Crow Tavern with four rounds of pop-culture and general trivia giving teams chances to win cool prizes.
      Storm Crow Tavern | 1305 Commercial | 7pm  | Free »Details


      The Museum of Anthropology's exhibition, Shake Up: Preserving What We Value, explores the convergence of earthquake science and technology with the rich Indigenous knowledge and oral history of the living cultures represented in MOA’s Northwest Coast collection.
      Museum of Anthropology at UBC | 6393 NW Marine | To September 1 »Details

      Little Mountain Improv presents "Groundhog Doll", inspired by Groundhog Day, Russian Doll. See improv scenes done one, two, three four, or more different ways. 
      Little Mountain Gallery | 195 E. 26th | 8:30pm | $7 »Details


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