New Things To Do in November?
In just two weeks time Denver has more things to do in November than you could possibly take advantage of in two months. Free events, paid events, holiday events…
Holiday shows are opening, museums are showcasing special exhibits, and comedy clubs are filled with laughter. If you are wondering what you can do to shake things up right now, then this list has plenty of answers for you. Be sure to click the link for 303magazine.com to review all 27 ideas. Your google calendar will be overflowing!
Denver has some culture filled events lined up this week. Start it off by learning more about fashion during a lecture from Stephen Jones and end it by watching champagne fall into glass at the 31st Annual Champagne Cascade. Whatever you end up doing, make sure to take a quick look at this roundup of events.
Royal Opera House’s Mayerling
The Lowdown: Landmark’s Chez Artiste Theatre presents Royal Opera House’s Mayerling. The event features a screening of Mayerling, recorded live in Covent Garden. The ballet presents a haunting story of the glamorous life of Crown Prince Rudolf in the Austro-Hungarian court. The performance choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan shows the dark side of royalty.
The Feather Thief
The Lowdown: Denver Museum of Nature & Science teams ups with Audubon Society Greater Denver and Audubon Rockies to present The Feather Thief. The event features a chance to hear from author Kirk Wallace Johnson as he dives deeper into the history of Edwin Rist, an American flutist who was obsessed with the Victorian art of fly-tying, causing him to steal feathers from the Tring Museum North of London.
The Lowdown: Ratio Beerworks hosts Ratio Comedy. The event features a themed night of “Joke and Destroy.” You can listen and laugh at sets from comedians with commentary from hosts Jeremy Pysher and Andres Becerril throughout the show. Grab a ratio brew and sit back and laugh.
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