Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of March 14

Sarah Cardoza
Posted on March 14, 2016, 1:27 pm
2 mins

Brush away the mid-March slump with our top picks this week, from contemporary works at PNB, creative happy hours, the launch of a new kimono line and a special pick for St. Patrick’s Day. Also, don’t miss some ongoing events: Seattle Immersive’s Romeo and Juliet closes this week, and read T.s. Flock’s review of Chris Antemann’s porcelain exhibit at BAM before rushing over to Bellevue to see it. Dine Around Seattle’s special three-course prix fixe meals are the perfect way to begin a night on the town before heading over to Assassins at ACT. Whatever you do this week, Get Out!

Tuesday, March 15

Tuesday Kimono Collection Launch at Show Pony

Friday March 18, 6-9pm. Store hours 11am-7pm.

Tuesday Kimono Collection Launch at Show Pony, March 18

 

SULY en Vogue Night at The Sorrento

Tuesday March 15, 7-10pm

SULEY en Vogue Night at The Sorrento, March 15

 

Wednesday, March 16

Vicente Amigo at Meany Hall

Wednesday March 16, 8pm. Tickets run $35-40.

UW World Series Presents: Vicente Amigo, March 16

 

Thursday, March 17

Irish Wake for Lost Seattle Places at LoveCityLove

Thursday March 17, 6pm-12am

Ghosts of Seattle Past’s Irish Wake for Lost Seattle Places, March 17

 

CoH, MSHR, Nickell and Shafii at Kremwerk

Thursday, March 17, 8 PM. Ages 21+. Advanced tickets are $8. Buy tickets online.

Elevator Presents: CoH, MSHR, Nickell and Shafii at Kremwerk, March 17

 

Friday, March 18

Pianist Jeremy Denk at Meany Hall

Friday March 18, 7:30pm.  Tickets run $45-50.

UW World Series Presents: Pianist Jeremy Denk, March 18

 

Saturday, March 19

Kidd Pivot & Electric Company Theatre’s Betroffenheit at the Moore Theatre

Friday March 18 & Saturday March 19, 8pm. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased on the STG website.

Kidd Pivot & Electric Company Theatre’s Betroffenheit, March 18-19

 

Sunday, March 20

PNB’s Director’s Choice at McCaw Hall

Friday March 18 – Sunday March 27. Showtimes vary, see website for details

PNB’s Director’s Choice, March 18-27