Things to Do

10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (6 free!), November 22-24

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3 Blind Dates at the Voodoo Comedy Playhouse (Saturday, $5) Improv meets speed dating at this Voodoo Comedy Playhouse show. The '80s-themed night lets the audience select the daters for a round of speed dating with three funny ladies. Dress in '80s attire for half-price tickets.

Boulder Pridefest at the Boulder Theatre (Saturday, free) Now in its tenth year, Boulder Pridefest is back with a giant party filled with drag and aerial performances, community-building and music from God-Des & She. Celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and transgender community in Boulder tonight.

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Party at Crash 45 (Saturday, free) Commemorate fify years of the time-traveling humanoid alien Doctor Who tonight at Crash 45. The bash will include a costume contest, dancing, drink specials and, of course, a screening of the fiftieth episode of the British television show.

Switch on the Holidays at the Pearl Street Mall (Sunday, free) Christmas is only a month away, and downtown Boulder will get in the holiday spirit tonight with a performance by the Boulder Chorale and a countdown by St. Nick himself to the grand illumination of the downtown area. The event is free, and you can visit with the jolly old elf until 7 p.m.

Propaganda! at Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret (Sunday, free) Matt Monroe's monthly free comedy night has everything you could want: performances by great comedians and free pizza. This month's lineup includes Troy Baxley, Nora Lynch, Brent Gill and Mara Wiles -- and none of those pesky drink minimums that exist at other comedy clubs.

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