Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of May 23

Posted on May 23, 2016, 8:20 pm
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Fickle spring weather continues to tease us, but worry not, because this week has all sorts of indoor activities, perfect for any kind of weather. The Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) continues its reign with films, parties, glam rock and sing alongs all over Renton, Downtown and Capitol Hill. This week also marks the start of the Intiman Theatre Festival, which celebrates plays written by black women. On Wednesday, check out music for a good cause at the Nectar Lounge. Whatever your tastes, VANGUARD Seattle has you covered.

Tuesday, May 24

2016 Intiman Theatre Festival

Thursday, May 24 – October 2

2016 Intiman Theatre Festival, May 24-October 2

 

Wednesday, May 25

Reduce the Suffering in Nicaragua’s Sugar Cane Workers: A Fundraiser for PASE

Wednesday, May 25, 5pm. Tickets are $20.

Reduce the Suffering in Nicaragua’s Sugar Cane Workers: A Fundraiser for PASE, May 25

 

Thursday, May 26

My Blind Brother: Renton Opening Night

Thursday, May 26, 7pm. Tickets are available at the SIFF Box Office for $15.

My Blind Brother: Renton Opening Night, May 26

 

Friday, May 27

Oh, You Pretty Things! A David Bowie and Glam Rock Dance Party

Friday, May 27, 9pm. Tickets are available at the SIFF Box office for $15 for this 21+ show.

Oh, You Pretty Things! A David Bowie and Glam Rock Dance Party, May 27

 

Saturday, May 28

The Intervention: Saturday Film & Party

Saturday, May 28, 6:30pm. Tickets are available at the SIFF Box Office and are $25 for the film/$13 for just the film.

The Intervention: Saturday Film & Party, May 28

 

Sunday, May 29

The Prince Sing Along

Sunday, May 29 at midnight. Tickets are available at the SIFF Box Office for $13.

The Prince Sing Along, May 29