It’s mid-December in Seattle and VANGUARD has a fresh crop of eclectic and wonderful arts and cultural events to keep your 2016 party raging on. On Tuesday, check out the premiere of Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Paramount Theatre. After that, Wednesday’s Town Hall Seattle offers a chance to give back at Everything to Me: Homeless Seattleites and their Pets. On Thursday, all are welcome for a rarely illuminated tour of Olympic Sculpture Park at SAM Lights. On Friday, whoever killed my father should prepare to die when SIFF Presents the first night of The Princess Bride Quote Along. After that, art fans in Bellevue can head to BAM for Al Farrow’s Divine Ammunition Artist Talk. Finally, round out the week at Northwest Film Forum for a Seattle premiere presentation of the forgotten silent film, Eyes of the Totem. So much to do and see this December. Let’s Get Out, Seattle!
Tuesday, December 13
STG Presents: Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Tickets start at $35
Wednesday, December 14
Everything to Me: Homeless Seattleites & Their Pets at Town Hall
Wednesday, December 14, 7:30pm
Tickets are $5. (No one turned away for lack of funds).
Thursday, December 15
Seattle Art Museum Presents: SAM Lights
Thursday, December 15, 6-9pm
Free and open to the public. RSVP online.
Friday, December 16
SIFF Presents: The Princess Bride Quote Along
December 16-18 and December 26
Tickets are $15 or $10 for SIFF members
Saturday, December 17
Al Farrow Divine Ammunition Artist Talk at BAM
Saturday, December 17 from noon to 2pm
$5/members, $10/non-members. Includes talk and gallery admission. Register online.
Sunday, December 18
Northwest Film Forum Presents: Eyes of the Totem
Sunday, December 18, 4pm
Tickets are $11 or $6 for NWFF members