Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of October 10

Posted on October 10, 2016, 9:09 pm
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Hallows Eve draws ever nearer, and with it comes a new week of Autumn activities in Seattle. Kick things off on Tuesday with the 48 Hour Horror Film Project at SIFF Cinema Uptown. On Wednesday, SAM Gallery debuts its latest with Frocks & Vestments, running through November 3. If it’s alternative cinema you’re after, don’t miss opening night of TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival, opening this Thursday and running through Sunday, October 23 at various venues throughout Seattle. On Friday, Cold War Kids will rock out at Showbox SoDo along with the Strumbellas. Saturday sees the opening night of Engelbert Humperdink’s Hansel & Gretel at McCaw Hall as presented by Seattle Opera. Finally, end the week as it began with a little horror at Naked City Brewery and Taphouse when Shriek presents a screening and discussion of The InvitationFall demands fun. Let’s Get Out, Seattle!

Tuesday, October 11

SIFF Presents: 48 Hour Horror Film Project

 Tuesday, October 11, 6:30pm and 9pm

Tickets are available online for $12

SIFF Presents: 48 Hour Horror Film Project 2016, October 11

Wednesday, October 12

SAM Gallery Presents: Frocks & Vestments

October 12-November 13

Free and open to the public

SAM Gallery Presents: Frocks & Vestments, October 12-November 3

Thursday, October 13

TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival 2016

October 13-23

Visit Twist for a full schedule and ticket information

TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival 2016, October 13-23

Friday, October 14

Cold War Kids at Showbox SoDo

Friday, October 14, 8pm doors

Tickets start at $25

Cold War Kids at Showbox SoDo, October 14

Saturday, October 15

Seattle Opera Presents: Hansel & Gretel

October 15-30

Tickets are $25-$292

Seattle Opera Presents: Hansel & Gretel, October 15-30

Sunday, October 16

Shriek Presents The Invitation

Sunday, October 16, 7pm, doors at 6:30pm

Tickets are $10

Shriek Presents The Invitation, October 16

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