Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events Week of October 24

Molly Laich
Posted on October 24, 2016, 5:35 pm
2 mins

Autumn in Seattle continues unabated, and with it brings a fresh crop of late October events in the arts and culture world. On Tuesday, take in some music when Kaleo & Bishop Briggs play the Neptune. Wednesday, R Place will host a Halloween Edition of Banned! Books in Drag. Thursday brings even more literature when the 2016 Seattle Lit Crawl descends on haunts all around the city. On Friday, Seattle Symphony will open its fall season with [Untitled] 1. If you’re anything like us and can’t wait for David Lynch to reboot his iconic show, whet your appetite on Saturday when Elliot Bay Book Company hosts a reading from The Secret History of Twin Peaks with Mark Frost. Finally, round out your week with a free dance performance at Velocity Dance Center and their Speakeasy Series with Mary Sheldon Scott. Pumpkin Spice Season won’t last forever. Let’s Get Out, Seattle!

Tuesday, October 25

Kaleo & Bishop Briggs at the Neptune

Tuesday, October 25, doors at 6:30pm

Tickets are $20

Kaleo & Bishop Briggs at the Neptune, October 25

Wednesday, October 26

Banned! Books in Drag: Halloween Edition

Wednesday, October 26, 7-8:30pm

Banned! Books in Drag: Halloween Edition, October 26

Thursday, October 27

Seattle Lit Crawl 2016 – A Guide for Newcomers

Seattle Lit Crawl 2016, October 27 – A Guide for Newcomers

Friday, October 28

Seattle Symphony Presents: [Untitled] 1

Friday, October 28, 10pm

Tickets are $16 general admission

Seattle Symphony presents: [UNTITLED] 1, October 28

Saturday, October 29

The secret History of Twin Peaks with Mark Frost

Saturday, October 29 at 7pm

Free and open to the public. No owls allowed.

The Secret History of Twin Peaks with Mark Frost, October 29

Sunday, October 30

Speakeasy Series: Mary Sheldon Scott

Sunday October 30, 5-6:30pm

Free and open to the public.

Speakeasy Series: Mary Sheldon Scott at Velocity Dance Center, October 30

 

Molly Laich

Molly Laich is a writer and media fan. You can find her at mollylaich.com and doghatesfilm.com and on twitter @MollyL