Theater & Shows in Pioneer Square, Seattle


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  • Trinity Nightclub
    Craving finger food? Head to Trinity Nightclub and chow down on classic pub fare. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. Drinks are also on the menu here, so patrons can start the night off right. Make those early evening hours happy ones and swing by for some discounted food and drink deals after work. The restaurant hosts a DJ, and diners can take to the dance floor as well. Between the music and the crowds, expect noise levels to reach upper limits at the restaurant. Weekends are when crowds really head to Trinity Nightclub, so plan accordingly. null A meal at Trinity Nightclub will typically set you back about $30.
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    111 Yesler Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • Witty City at Comedy Underground
    In Focus: Comedy Underground Established: 1981 Biggest past acts: Louis CK, Ellen DeGeneres, Aisha Tyler, Jerry Seinfeld When to see the next big thing: on Monday’s open mic night When to arrive: Doors open 30 minutes before the show starts. Don’t bring the kids: Sunday–Thursday shows are for ages 18 and older only What to order: anything of the Tex-Mex inspired menu, such as nachos and fish tacos Parking: Street parking is plentiful, or opt for the paid lot across the mall.
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    109 S Washington St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Presents
    Get your art on! Seattle Presents museum in Seattle is home to many wonderful pieces of art. Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this museum's restaurant. At this museum, everyone will find something they love — kids included! Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    600 4th Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • University of Washington Huskies
    Members of the Pacific-12 Conference, the University of Washington Huskies athletic department boasts a rich history of triumphs. In 2001, their football team added a Rose Bowl victory to a trophy case that already contained the laurels of two national titles, the most recent of which occurred in 1991. In 2011, the men's basketball team claimed its third Pac-12 tournament title, and in 2005, the women's volleyball team steamrolled competition en route to its first-ever national title. Much of the Husky-related glory unfolds on the floors and fields of UW's lineup of pristine facilities, which includes the historic Husky Stadium and raucous Alaska Airlines Arena.
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    800 Occidental Ave. S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Thalia Symphony Orchestra
    Thalia, one of the Greek muses said to inspire artists, must have paid Seattle a visit in 1949. That's when Mikael Scheremetiew—himself a violinist and conductor—established the Thalia Symphony Orchestra and named it for that mythic figure. Scheremetiew's wish was to give fellow local musicians another creative outlet, and it was more than granted. After a brief flirtation with opera, the organization devoted itself to music, and the aural tradition continues today. The modern iteration of the orchestra, headed by new conductor Michael Miropolsky, features 80-plus instrumentalists, a core group frequently joined by noted soloists. The ensemble regularly performs unique concerts showcasing the work of composers united by common themes—a Tchaikovsky suite might share billing with a Dvorak symphony, while a Wagner overture could be accompanied by Schubert's latest remix. The orchestra's access to such a wide range of works is partially afforded by its Thalia Scheremetiew Library, one of the largest private music collections in the region.
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    1119 8th Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Symphony
    For over a century, the Seattle Symphony has built its audience and enraged Rumpelstilskins with an ever-growing collection of accolades and golden awards. Two Emmy-winning television specials stand out among a list of credentials that also includes 12 Grammy nominations and upward of 140 recordings. The orchestra continues to live up to its esteemed reputation thanks to new principal pops conductor Jeff Tyzik who has been hailed, "Among the best pops conductors in America,” by Rochester Democrat & Chronicle. He has also been recognized as an innovative conductor through his startling arrangements, original programming, and engaging rapport with audiences of all ages. The symphony is also well known for performing classical juggernauts such as The Rite of Spring as well as more whimsical nights of jazz standards.
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    200 University Street
    Seattle, WA US

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