Things to do in Denver today, April 4: Two movie screenings, a concert and bingo for beer

It’s a fine Tuesday to contemplate dystopia.

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Still from "1984."

Still from "1984."

It’s a fine Tuesday to contemplate dystopia.

If you’re feeling emotionally stable enough right now, you could head over to the Sie Film Center, 2510 E. Colfax Ave., where they’ll be screening “1984.”

It’s part of a larger event in which nearly 90 theaters in 79 cities and 34 states will show the film starring John Hurt, who died last month.

Tickets are  $7 for Denver Film Society members, $11 for general admission and $1 for high school and college students with ID. It’s definitely going to sell out, so jump on this now. Right now.


For a different kind of movie screening, get to the Landmark Chez Artiste, 2800 S. Colorado Blvd., at 7 p.m. Fight For $15 will be hosting a free showing of “At The River I Stand” to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the anniversary of his assassination.

To get your tickets, e-mail denverfightfor15@gmail.com.


There’s a stacked lineup tonight at the Hi-Dive, 7 S. Broadway. The Memories are headlining with support from Colleen Green, Emotional and Petite Garçon.

Tickets are $12, doors are at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.


If you’re looking for a more low-key night out, Grandma’s House, 1710 S. Broadway, has you covered.

It’s bingo night — buy a beer and get a card, then play to win more beer. Pretty simple, pretty boozy.