Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of November 21

Molly Laich
Posted on November 21, 2016, 7:49 pm
2 mins

The holidays have arrived! Your family is in town, it’s cold and we all need a little art and culture in our lives. This Tuesday, Book-It Repertory Theatre continues their season with Treasure Island, which runs through the holiday season. On Wednesday, skip the traditional bar scene and head to Central Cinema instead for their Moviecat: Movie Trivia Night. You’re going to want to get moving before an evening of sitting around with the family on Thursday, so why not start the day with the Seattle Turkey Trot. This Friday marks the start of the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, which runs through Sunday. On Saturday, The Showbox will host singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow. Finally, end your week with some comedy at the Seattle International Comedy Competition’s Final Night. Let’s Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, November 22

Book-It Repertory Theatre Presents: Treasure Island

November 22-December 24

Tickets range from $25-50

Book-It Repertory Theatre Presents: Treasure Island, Nov 22-Dec 24

Wednesday, November 23

Moviecat: Movie Trivia Night at Central Cinema

Wednesday, November 23, 7pm

Tickets are $6

Moviecat: Movie Trivia Night at Central Cinema, November 23

Thursday, November 24

Start Thanksgiving Off Right at the 2016 Seattle Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24, 9am

Register online. $10 and up suggested donation

Start Thanksgiving Off Right at the 2016 Seattle Turkey Trot, November 24

Friday, November 25

Langston Hughes African American Film Festival

November 25-27

Festival passes are $45, or purchase individual tickets here.

Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, November 25-27

Saturday, November 26

James Vincent McMorrow at the Showbox

Saturday, November 26, 7pm doors

Tickets start at $25

James Vincent McMorrow at the Showbox, November 26

Sunday, November 27

Seattle International Comedy Competition: Final Night

Sunday, November 27, 7-10pm

Tickets are $35, 16 years and older

Seattle International Comedy Competition: Final Night, November 27

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