Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith show their latest motion picture at the star-studded Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow.
Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, 10pm, $55
The Robson Square Ice Rink is open to the public for the winter skating season. Skaters can expect festive décor, music, and entertainment.
Robson Square Ice Rink, 800 Robson, 9am–9pm, Free
Blue Light Sessions presents Night Dreamer, a collaboration between Smashing Pumpkins guitarist Jeff Schroeder and singer and instrumentalist Mindy Song from Wam Dingis.
Blue Light Studio, 1839 Franklin, 8:30pm, $20
London U.K Soul, R&B singer Mauvey plays Fortune with songs from his latest EP, Mauvey Mauve. With guests Jade Monet and Glass Forest.
Fortune Sound Club, 147 East Pender, 8pm, $12
American metal bands High On Fire and Power Trip play a co-headlining show, with guests Devil Master and Creeping Death.
Rickshaw Theatre, 254 East Hastings, 7pm, $26.50
FADO - The Saddest Music in the World is a tale of love and ghosts told through the Portuguese musical style. When Luisa goes to Portugal she discovers her mother’s favorite fado is fascist and when she meets her long lost cousin and discovers he is a fadista and a Drag Queen, she is inspired to sing fados of resistance. ▶ Read our review.
Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova, 7:30pm, From $25
Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour, 8:20pm, $13
The Aurora Winter Festival runs through January 5 on the PNE Grounds, featuring various rides and attractions, including a tube park.
Hastings Park, 2901 East Hastings
The 10th annual Vancouver Christmas Market returns to Jack Poole Plaza and runs through December 24 with countless festive treats, activities, and entertainment for the entire family.
Jack Poole Plaza, 1055 Canada Place
Told with humour and Charles Dickens’ own transcendent prose, Ron Reed embodies Scrooge and forty-three other characters in A Christmas Carol.
Pacific Theatre, 1440 West 12th, 8pm, $20-36.50
The 22nd annual Lights of Hope at St. Paul’s Hospital returns with over 200 glimmering stars in this seasonal event. New this year is the Living Light, an interactive art piece that shines brightly when you donate and fades when it goes too long without support.
St. Paul's Hospital, 1081 Burrard
Playing with Fire: Ceramics of the Extraordinary showcases a group of 11 BC-based artists in this exhibition of ceramic works that expresses strong opinions on urgent social issues.
Museum of Anthropology at UBC, 6393 NW Marine Drive, From $16
Every Monday night on Commercial Drive, The Laugh Gallery with Graham Clark and all star comedian friends bring you a one of a kind comedy show with trivia and prizes galore.
Havana Theatre, 1212 Commercial, 9pm, $5
Colony on Main's Trivia Night has prizes for knowing answers to pop culture trivia. Drink specials and swag to be won.
Colony Bar, 2904 Main, 8pm, Free
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