Things to do in Denver today, May 2: PJ Harvey, “Disgraced” and more cheese

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PJ Harvey. (Photo: Maria Mochnacz)

PJ Harvey. (Photo: Maria Mochnacz)

If you’re looking to get weird on Tuesday (and why wouldn’t you be?), look no further than the Fillmore Auditorium, 1510 N. Clarkson St., where PJ Harvey will be doing what PJ Harvey does.

There are still tickets available for $45. Doors are at 7:30 p.m. and the show starts at 8:30 p.m.


This is the last week to go see “Disgraced,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning play that tells the story of a man who spends his adulthood downplaying his upbringing, but finds misconceptions about his culture too much to bear after a high-profile court case and his wife’s Islam-inspired art show.

Tonight’s performance at the Ricketson Theatre, 1400 Curtis St., is at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $35. It looks like it could sell out, so jump on that now.


And since you can’t throw a rock in this town without hitting a cheese pairing event…

Drop by Stem Ciders, 2811 Walnut St., Unit 150, anytime from 6 to 9 p.m. and try four cheeses from St. Kilian’s Cheese Shop with four ciders. It costs $20.

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