20 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday, January 14

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      The WonderWombs is a circus show that tackles gender politics and body-shaming amid aerials, comedy, and spoken word. ▶ Read our preview.

      York Theatre, 639 Commercial, 7:30pm, From $26


      House and Home is a biting, comedic take on Vancouver’s current real estate crisis. This new play looks at the emotional and challenging struggles of living in a city ranked as the second most unaffordable market in the world, and the problems faced by many when trying to find a “home”.

      Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova, 7:30pm, From $20


      Artisanal Intelligence Inc. is proud to introduce the next wave in A.I. customer service: Barry.

      Havana Theatre, 1212 Commercial, 7:30pm, $17/15


      Infinity by award-winning playwright Hannah Moscovitch tells the story of a cynical, skeptical daughter of a theoretical physicist and a composer infused with science, love, sex, and, and classical music.

      Historic Theatre, 1895 Venables, 7:30pm, From $26



      English electronic pop duo IDER tour with tunes from their latest album, Emotional Education. With guest Allday.

      Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main, 9pm, $16.50


      Cat Madden's alternative jazz-rock fusion music encompasses sultry to incredibly powerful vocals eloquent shred-worthy guitar solos, mellow rhythms and pounding stadium drums/

      Guilt & Company, 1 Alexander, 9:30pm, Pay what you can




      The Revolution of Our Times exhibition endeavours to share a body of work created by photojournalists who were on the ground covering the 2019 Anti-Extradition Treaty Protests in Hong Kong.

      The Polygon Gallery, 101 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver


      Enda Bardell creates paintings that abstract the forms through selective cropping, utilizing the shapes to create boldly colourful works suggestive of classic hard-edge abstraction in the exhibition Vancouver Reconstructed

      Pendulum Gallery, 885 West Georgia


      The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery presents David Wojnarowicz: Photography & Film 1978–1992, the first exhibition to solely concentrate on the artist’s photographic and filmic work. The exhibition presents over 100 works including photographs, test prints, silkscreens, 16 mm and Super 8 film and collaborative video works.

      Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, 1825 Main Mall, UBC


      Stellar Lincoln Center piano quartet led by pianist Wu Han plays a selection of French music with French Enchantment. A piano trio of Saint Saens, a Faure piano quartet, and the unique Ravel sonata for violin and cello.

      Vancouver Playhouse, 600 Hamilton, 8pm, $70


      Exhibition explores the development of Cindy Sherman’s work from the beginning of her career in the mid-1970s to the present day, with selections from each of her major series, including new and rarely seen works.

      Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby


      Vancouver’s New Music champions, Standing Wave, present (re)flection, contemporary reflections on old themes, featuring new works by Harry Stafylakis and Matthew-John Knights. Jordan Nobles, Jared Miller and Jennifer Butler refract works by Debussy, Messiaen, Adams, and Morissette through a 21st Century lens. Missy Mazzoli’s classic Still Life with Avalanche will close out the program.

      Christ Church Cathedral, 690 Burrard, 7:30pm, $25



      In Gotham City, mentally troubled comedian Arthur Fleck is disregarded and mistreated by society. He then embarks on a downward spiral of revolution and bloody crime. This path brings him face-to-face with his alter-ego: the Joker.

      Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, 6:30pm, $13


      Oscar-winning Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar's Pain And Glory tells of a series of re-encounters experienced by Salvador Mallo (a career-best performance from Golden Globe-nominee Antonio Banderas), a film director in his physical decline

      Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, 9:15pm, $13


      Three aging hermits dwell in a Quebec forest and spend their days tending to cannabis crops and skinny-dipping in And the Birds Rained Down. However, their idyll is disrupted by a death and the arrival of two interlopers: a photographer with too many questions about the past and an elderly woman. ▶ Read our review.

      Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour, 2:15pm, $13



      ED HILL

      The city's finest comedians throw down at Vancouver Improv Fight Club featuring stand-up guest Ed Hill

      Café Deux Soleils, 2096 Commercial, 8pm, $7


      Little Mountain Improv presents a weekly show of classic improv games and experimental long form skits, with the ensemble cast devising a new form every month.

      Little Mountain Gallery, 195 East 26th, 8:30pm, $10


      Full Pint Comedy line up this week features comedians Dave Harris, Tammy Hu, Jake Spencer, Rae Lynn Carso, and headliner Dino Archie.

      Castaway Bar & Kitchen, 3293 West 4th Ave, 8:30pm, $5



      Test your knowledge of music, art, pop culture, history, and your ability to put up with host Sean Kabooms jokes at Trivia Night at the Manchester.

      Manchester Public Eatery, 1941 West Broadway, 8pm, Free


      Trivia Tuesdays at the Cheese Inn has rounds of pop culture trivia and prizes for winning teams.

      Cheese Inn, 4585 Dunbar, 7pm, Free


      ▶ Find all the trivia nights for each day of the week here.