The Vancouver Canucks take on the New York Islanders in NHL action.
Rogers Arena, 800 Griffiths Way, 7pm
Pianist Annie Yim’s MusicArt project, The Poet Speaks: From Debussy to Pärt , combines pairings of musical composition and poetry in a concert of cross-art collaborations revealing tributes, friendships, and artistic affinities.
Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main, 7:30pm, $29/$10
Emmy Award-winning PBS Kids television series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood brings songs, dancing, and interactive adventure in the live show, Neighbor Day.
Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 630 Hamilton, 6:30pm, $25
West Coast rapper Junk holds a release party for the album Together In Pieces 3 alongside Edmonton rapper Kryple. With guests Hungry, Dem Rosé Boys, Known, JML, Hungry & Crimson Love.
Fortune Sound Club, 147 E Pender, 8pm, $15
Lo-fi rock trio Wut play tunes from the newly released album, Now. With guests Non La and Kewpies.
Red Gate Arts Society, 1965 Main, 8pm
Musical artist Kin Balam studied under the renowned Flamenco guitar master Jeronimo Maya in Madrid, Spain. His style is composed of Flamenco, Latin American, Indigenous Mesoamerican, Afro Latin Jazz, and Hip Hop.
Guilt & Co, 1 Alexander, 8pm, $5
Brown Paper Bag play classic soul, blues, and original R&B for fans of Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin.
Guilt & Co, 1 Alexander, 9:30pm, $5
Comedy group The Arrogant Worms play funny songs from their 14 album career.
Mel Lehan Hall at St. James, 3214 W. 10th, 8pm, $32
It’s the big day, but the newlyweds are offstage and the two families are at each other’s throats. The father of the groom saves a seat for the dog, a long-lost twin confuses everyone, and the bride’s mother is cut off from the wine. Grab a ringside seat for The Wedding Party. ▶ Read our review.
Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre, 162 West 1st, 7:30pm, From $29
In True Fiction, a timid writer’s assistant takes matters into her own hands when she suspects her boss is a serial killer using her to inspire his next novel. The filmmakers in attendance for Q&A.
Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, 8:45pm, $13
The newly restored musical comedy My Lips Betray stars Lilian Harvey, one of the biggest stars in 1930's Germany, as a poverty-stricken girl who encounters the king of the made-up Kingdom of Ruthania and strike up an unlikely romance.
Cinematheque, 1131 Howe, 8:10pm, $12
The UCLA Film & Television Archive has restored four Laurel and Hardy classic comedies from film's golden age. Catch screenings of The Battle of the Century, Perfect Day, Hog Wild, and Brats and see what made them comedy giants.
Cinematheque, 1131 Howe, 6:30pm, $12
Narrated by Academy Award-Winner Brie Larson, Fantastic Fungi reveals the secrets of the organism that feeds, heals, and could help save the planet.
Rio Theatre, 1660 East Broadway, 6:30pm, $13
The Fictionals and friends for the new interactive comedy show called Million Dollar Improv. Using the MDB party game system, audience members will have a chance to play for a chance to win One Million Dollars*!
Café Deux Soleils, 2096 Commercial, 8pm, $7/5
*Prize won't actually be One Million Dollars, but there will be some fun stuff to win.
Tuesday nights at Yuk Yuk's Top Talent Showcase is for the up-and-comers. See Vancouver’s next top comics as they develop their craft.
Yuk Yuk's, 2837 Cambie, 8pm, $10
Rick Bronson's House of Comedy invites comedians to Show Up N' Go Up. Free admission for students and those in the service industry.
Rick Bronson's House of Comedy, 530 Columbia St, New Westminster, 7:30pm, $5
Classic improv games meet an experimental long form with the cast of Little Mountain Improv.
Little Mountain Gallery, 195 E. 26th, 8:30pm, $10
Head to the Butcher & Bullock with a team for trivia. Win prizes in categories like music, pop culture, history, and current events.
Butcher & Bullock, 911 West Pender, 7pm, Free
Trivia Night at Relish tests you on your pop culture trivia knowledge with prizes and drink specials all night.
Relish Gastropub and Bar, 888 Nelson, 7pm
Dr. Paul Budra argues in The Shakespeare Conspiracy that the contrast between theory and conspiracies in Shakespeare's age and plays can provide insight into the strategies of the modern conspiratorial imagination.
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby, 7pm, Free
Tuesdays this March you can hike Harbour Centre's Urban Grind and be rewarded with a 360º aerial view of Vancouver, a refreshing beer, DJ entertainment, and a $5 voucher for Harbour Centre’s Food Court and shops.
Harbour Centre, 555 West Hastings, 4:30pm, $5