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Forgot to Make Plans this Valentine's Weekend? Here You Go…You're Welcome!

February 13th, 2015 · No Comments

All Righty Procrastinators, Here are some awesome very Local Events to Take yourself and someone you ‘Like’ to:


Jet City Improv Loooooves You! And they have a lovely deal on tickets to some sweet comedy.

Use code “CUPID” to take $5 off tickets to any of this weekend’s shows, including . . .

The Modern Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, the final two performances!
Tickets: Thursday 8:00 // Friday 8:00

Jet City Improv, featuring games for the loved and loveless (spoiler alert: you’re beautiful).
Tickets: Friday 10:30 // Saturday 8:00 // Saturday 10:30

If you hadn’t thought about your plans for Saturday until just now, They want to take credit for helping you out!


Forget “50 Shades of Boring” Grand Illusion Cinema has this kinky film for your viewing pleasure:


What a better way to forget about Valentine’s Day, if you’re one of those people, than by listening to a discussion on wildlife sciences, animal welfare, geography, anthropology, literature, and political science.


This five-part Seattle Arts & Lectures coursewill be hosted at the Henry and features a distinguished set of speakers to explore human/animal connections in a range of global and historical contexts, including Renaissance France, contemporary Peru, and urban and rural spaces in the United States.


URBAN BUSH WOMEN at Meany Theater

Everyone Likes a Great Dance Performance. Join Arts UW for this Inspired Show:

Celebrating 30 years as an unstoppable force in American dance, Urban Bush Women continues to make visceral, politically-charged work that is electric and inspiring. With Hep Hep Sweet Sweet, founder and choreographer Jawole Willa Jo Zollar presents an earthy and provocative new take on the music and culture fueled by the Great Migration that emerged at jazz clubs in Harlem and Zollar’s native Kansas City. The program also includes Walking with ‘Trane, a work inspired by the life of John Coltrane and his seminal jazz suite A Love Supreme, with live music by pianist George Caldwell.

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