Things to do in Denver today, Jan. 24: “The Book of Will,” a Tiny Library Concert and more

Bundle up and get out there. It’s worth it.

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The company of The Book of Will. (Photo by Adams VisCom.)

The company of The Book of Will. (Photo by Adams VisCom.)

Tonight’s performance of the “The Book of Will” at the Ricketson Theatre, Speer Blvd. and Arapahoe Ave., will include a special “perspectives” discussion after the curtain drops.

After the performance, Pastor Dan Bollman of the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod will look at the production through a theological lens. The show itself tells the story of Henry Condell and John Heminges, friends and mentees of Williams Shakespeare, who fought to preserve his work after his death.

It all starts at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are in high demand, so you’ll need to call 303-893-4100 for availability.


Tonight, History Colorado’s Tiny Library Concert series will feature indie rock trio The Still Tide. They’ll be joined by Paul DeHaven of Eye and the Arrow and Paper Bird, who will perform solo.

The performance starts in the library at the History Colorado Center, 1200 Lincoln St., at 7 p.m. Beer, wine and cocktails will be sold. Tickets are $9 for members and $12 for non-members.


It’s Vinyl Night at Ratio Beerworks, 2920 Larimer St.

From 7-10 p.m., DJ Alf will be spinning a wide variety of records and giving them all away at the end of the night, and Bowman’s Vinyl will be at the brewery with its mobile record store.


If you’re eating out tonight, why not give some money to a good cause?

Go to the Illegal Pete’s at 2001 Colfax Ave. anytime from 3 to 9 p.m. and mention that you’re there for the fundraiser. Fifty percent of your purchase will go back to the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit that offers American Indians scholarships and programs to support academic readiness, and supports accredited tribal colleges and universities.