Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of March 13

Posted on March 13, 2017, 10:17 pm
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The spring-loaded arts and cultural events continue in Seattle this week. On Tuesday, head to Fremont Abbey Arts Center for another instalment of The Round. For civic-minded city slickers, Town Hall Seattle will host a networking event and presentation, Connected Cities. Then, starting this Thursday, head to the Moisture Festival for some genuine Comedy/Varietè. Friday sees the premiere of Sarah Burgess’ new play Dry Powder at Leo K. Theatre. Then on Saturday, the beat goes on at Great Hall with an evening of music by Rahim AlHaj. Finally, celebrate French-speaking culture this Sunday at Seattle’s French Fest at Seattle Center Armory. The luck of the Irish is on our side this week. Time to Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, March 14

The Round (142) at Fremont Abbey Arts Center

Tuesday, March 14, 8pm

Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 day of show

The Round (142) at Fremont Abbey Arts Center, March 14

Wednesday, March 15

MIT Enterprise Forum Presents: Connected Cities

Wednesday, March 15, doors at 5pm

Tickets are $15 for the event only / $25 for event + pre-event networking

MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest Presents: Connected Cities, March 15

Thursday, March 16

Moisture Festival Comedy/Varietè

March 16-April 19

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Moisture Festival Comedy/Varietè, March 16-April 9

Friday, March 17

Seattle Repertory Theatre Presents: Dry Powder

March 17-April 15

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Seattle Repertory Theatre Presents: Dry Powder, March 17-April 15

Saturday, March 18

Global Rhythms: An Evening of Music with Rahim AlHaj

Saturday, March 18, doors at 6:30pm

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Global Rhythms: An Evening of Music with Rahim AlHaj, March 18

Sunday, March 19

Seattle’s French Fest: A Celebration of French-Speaking Cultures

Sunday, March 19, 11am-6pm

Free and open to the public

Seattle’s French Fest: A Celebration of French-Speaking Cultures, March 19

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