Things to do in Denver Aug. 23: Drag bingo, kombucha and outdoor movies

For a more low-key, healthy and educational evening, head over to Culture Garden Market, 3833 N. Steele St., and learn to brew your own kombucha.

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The "Psycho Beach Party" trailer. (YouTube)

The "Psycho Beach Party" trailer. (YouTube)

OUTrageous Drag Bingo at the former and soon-to-be Hamburger Mary’s — currently still called M Uptown, 700 E. 17th Ave. — is the sassiest bingo game in town.

The weekly event is hosted by Jackie Summers and Felony Misdemeanor. It starts at 9 p.m., but get there earlier to grab a table and a cocktail.


Outdoor movie season is nearing its end, so get some in while you still can.

Over at Fort Greene, 321 E. 45th Ave., they’ll be showing “Psycho Beach Party” at 9 p.m. The 2000 Charles Busch flick is slasher spoof of the Frankie Avalon beach movies.

It’s free to attend and they’ll be serving movie-themed drink specials.


If an X-TREME (sorry) ’80s BMX racing movie is more your speed (sorry, sorry), then settle in for “Rad” at the Illegal Pete’s at 2001 E. Colfax.

Arrive at 7:30 p.m. — the first 25 people to mention Film on the Fax will get a free draft from Ratio Beerworks. The comedy starts around 8:30 p.m. and the movie will start at dusk.


For a more low-key, healthy and educational evening, head over to Culture Garden Market, 3833 N. Steele St., and learn to brew your own kombucha.

The class costs $50 and includes a 45-minute information and demonstration session along with all the equipment and ingredients you need to get started.

It starts at 6 p.m. To register, go to culturegardenmarket.com.