Events Calendar

Format: 2015-02-02
Format: 2015-02-02

Jan 20

Jan 22

  • January 22–February 7, 2015
    Times Vary

    Seattle’s most surprising film festival celebrates its 10th year, with more than 175 kid-oriented flicks from nearly 50...

Jan 30

  • January 30-February 8, 2015
    Times Vary

    The Man of La Mancha is tilting at windmills again, and this time he’s surrounded by people pirouetting. Miguel de Cervantes’...

Feb 1

Feb 2

Feb 4

  • Wednesday, February 4 - 7:30pm

    The beloved Seattle writer joins Seattle Arts & Lectures to talk about poetry and his latest book, What I’ve Stolen, What...

Feb 5

  • Friday, February 6 - 7:00 p.m.

    Author Maria Semple will share her bestselling hit Where'd You Go Bernadette, an intriguing comedy that pokes fun at the...

  • Thursday, February 5 - 7:00pm

    By the time this issue goes to press, hyperprolific novelist Joyce Carol Oates will no doubt have published yet another...

Feb 6

Feb 7

Feb 8

  • Sunday, February 8 - 9:00am

    Whether you’re in the market for a new-to-you bicycle or on the hunt for snazzy gadgets to personalize your pair of wheels,...

  • Times and locations vary.

    The 2nd Annual Washington Hop Mob Triple IPA Roadshow (Hop Mob) is a two-week celebration of the hoppiest of all Washington-...

Ongoing Events

[ Theater ]

February 6-March 8
Times vary.

Remember letters? Award–winning playwright Sarah Ruhl (The Clean House) celebrates the handwritten form in this story based on...

[ Theater ]

February 5-March 1
Times vary.

If anyone can pull off a song titled “This Was a Real Nice Clambake,” it’s Rodgers and Hammerstein. The dynamic duo’s tale...

[ Dance ]

Friday, January 30-Sunday, February 8
Times vary

The Man of La Mancha is tilting at windmills again, and this time he’s surrounded by people pirouetting. Miguel de Cervantes’...

[ Theater ]

January 1-February 8
Times Vary.

The Seagull Project, an impressive collaboration of Seattle theater pros, presents Anton Chekhov’s classic tale of family,...

[ Theater ]

January 16-February 8
Times vary.

August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize–winning play chronicles an African-American brother and sister in Depression-era Pittsburgh...