12204 NE 124th Street
Kirkland, WA 98034
Phone: (425) 821-8300
Fax: (425) 823-1218
Laughs Comedy Spot is one of the best places to catch live stand-up comedy when in the Seattle area. The 200-seat theater have been renovated recently with a state-of-the-art sound system. Headlining acts generally perform on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Food is also served here, including salads, pastas and sandwiches, and there is also a fully stocked bar.
Studio East offers childrens of every ethnicity and background a chance to be fully involved in the performing arts by participating in the affordable workshops, summer camps and talks. The mission is simply to keep alive a love for theater in the kids who need that extra push. This is also a great chance for them to meet like-minded types and forge meaningful friendships. Check the website for a look at what's offered.
Located in Kirkland, Casino Caribbean offers "Vegas style gaming" in a tropical-themed setting. Fully equipped with a sports bar and restaurant, catch all the football action on Sundays while enjoying a delicious meal from the restaurant's diverse menu. Grab a seat at one of its six poker tables and get lost in your greatest James Bond fantasy. With Lady Luck at your side, gamble the night away at Casino Caribbean.
Kirkland Performance Center presents musicals, concerts and dance troupes. Musical performers include the Kirkland Orchestra, the Washington Wind Symphony, the Seattle Violin Virtuosi and many more. The acoustics in this sleek, modern hall, built in 1998, are extraordinary and the viewing experience is first rate. Call or check the Website for a complete schedule of shows and ticket prices.
Studio East creates opportunities for children to discover and explore the performing arts. StoryBook Theater presents interactive musical comedies which are specifically created for ages three through nine, but are great fun for the whole family.
The International Ballet Theatre (IBT) was founded in 2001 by artistic director, Vera Altunina, Ballet Master and choreographer from the State Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Russia. IBT is committed to the preservation of classical ballet repertoire by presenting productions that reflect traditional as well as original choreography. Featuring elegant costumes, vivid sets, and a touch of magic, all performances are richly entertaining for audiences of all ages.
Carillon Point is a huge estate that combines luxury with comfort. Located by the Lake Washington, it is blessed with stunning views and picturesque settings. Right from shopping center to day spa all your needs are taken care of at Carillon Point. A well planned space, it is punctuated with gardens and sculptures, thereby adding a touch of class. Be it a wedding or a corporate conference, impeccable and world-class services on offer make it a successful event. For detailed information on specific on-site venues like Woodmark Hotel, Carillon Point's Marina and many others, check website.
Eritrean Cultural Civic Center is where the culture and community of Eritrea is celebrated. The venue has hosted fundraisers and other events, but primarily serves as a cafe for locals and Eritrean residents. Patrons enjoy traditional fare which is offered at reasonable prices. It was established in 1989, and has since functioned as a cultural hub for fellow Eritreans in Washington D.C.
Nestled in a peaceful residential locality, the Northwest Arts Center offers a great view of the Cascade Mountains. The center hosts many city events. This facility is also available for social gatherings like weddings, family receptions, parties, business meetings and the likes. The Center has rooms with capacities ranging from 25 to 115, so whether your crowd is large or small, you will find the perfect room here.
The Bellevue Philharmonic is the only professional orchestra in East King County and was founded by R. Joseph Scott as an all-volunteer community group in 1967. The Bellevue Philharmonic's mission is "to excite, enrich, and entertain, through live orchestral music, all generations and communities on the Greater Eastside." In pursuit of this mission, the Philharmonic offers approximately 20 diverse concerts each year including the July 4th performance as part of the Bellevue Downtown Family 4th Celebration, as well as an educational outreach program, "Sound Adventures in Schools."
An event venue and a recording studio, The LAB (Little Auditorium in the Back), is situated within the Seattle Drum School of Music. Featuring a world class acoustic system, this non-smoking auditorium holds music concerts throughout the year and aims at promoting music of all genres. The highlight of this place is that it offers premium quality recording of the concert free of charge. This initiative helps promote artists who cannot afford their demo recordings.
Nestled in Maple Leaf, one of Seattle's northern neighborhoods, this center showcases local and international puppeteers. Owners Chris and Stephen Carter have studied with master puppeteers from around the world and have given shows in five different languages. The center opened in 1986 and in 1993, a church was renovated to create an imaginative venue, which hosts more than 250 performances per year. The center mixes magic and fantasy for entertaining and educational family programs.