Find below all the local happenings we think are worthwhile in Seattle and beyond for April! Some are at our space, some are around town- either way there's so much culture, food and art for you to consume this month.
Dining deals abound during Seattle Restaurant Week, Sundays through Thursdays, April 2 – 19, excludes Easter Sunday. More than 165 local restaurants are serving up three-course dinners for just $33, and many also offer two course lunches for $18.
Step back in time with the Paramounts silent movie series. All films accompanied by live organ and this years series focus's on the female stars of a bygone era.
A curated beer and music experience by our friends at KEXP.
Join women's rights advocate and president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Cecile Richards for a discussion of her new book, Make Trouble.
Hannibal Buress is a wildly popular comedian, writer and actor who is a favorite of fans and critics on big and small screens alike. With his first national theatre standup comedy tour sold out and The New York Times lauding him as one of the most "supremely gifted and respected" comics around, Hannibal is emerging as a comedy superstar.
Kevin Sur is the founder of Artist Home. A local event company inspired by art, community and using their voice and event to help move artists forward. Artist Home produces local festival Timber! Outdoor Music Festival, Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival, King County’s CHOMP, as well as a slew of events in the region and around the country. Before starting artist home, Kevin spent nearly a decade on the road as a touring musician and getting a degree in music theory and composition. He uses this background as a working artist as the inspiration for his events and finding his and Artist Home’s place in the music community.
We only get one planet, and its under attack from all angles. Support and love your earth while its green and wholesome at these Stranger recommended Earth Day events.
Black Bois is a movement and theater piece that explores how black men/bois grieve, show rage, express joy, and cry. Dancer and choreographer Dani Tirrell looks into the depths of these emotional states and asks, How do we live with our pain? Who are we really in our pain? And how do we show love towards each other? Inspired by the lives of Kalief Browder and Tamir Rice, Black Bois is a meditation on being a black boi/male in the United States. Featuring live music, collaboration with a large cast of local artists/performers, community classes, and installations, this performance project celebrates black bodies in space and provokes an emotional engagement with movement.