Comfort Inn On the Bay
1121 Bay St.
Port Orchard, WA 98366
Phone: (360) 895-2666
Fax: (360) 895-8088
Paired with the Liberty Deli, this troupe offers an affecting blend of respect and irreverence toward "the classics." You'll see workings and reworkings of works by Shakespeare, Neil Simon, Dickens and the like. The show comes with dinner (or dinner comes with the show). Entrees vary but have included many delicious chicken, seafood and pastas dishes. Considering that dinner is included, the $22 price is a real bargain.
Home to the resurgent West Seattle Theater, this venue breathed new life into the West Seattle arts community. The cast is top-notch, and the group as a whole is clearly aiming, with no small success, to compete with the major players in the Seattle theater scene. Along with theater, ArtsWest offers: a five-concert classical music series; exhibits and juried exhibits of visual arts from both emerging and mature artists; and literary readings and open-mike nights.
Idyllic Vashon Island, located a short ferry ride from Seattle, founded its own theater more than 20 years ago. Drama Dock theater puts on three major productions each year, one each in spring, summer and fall. The plays chosen are all-time classics, comedies and musicals. All performances take place at the Vashon High School Little Theater. Those interested in attending all or most of the productions can purchase season tickets at substantial savings.
This cinema is located in the Admiral District of West Seattle, amidst various art galleries, restaurants and theaters. The small venue houses two screening halls and is handicap accessible. Around three movies run per day. So come by and relax in the old-time cinema atmosphere.
The West Seattle American Legion Hall plays an important role in the cultural aspect of the local community's life. It is avenue that sees a host of local as well as visiting artists perform to a usually packed house. The kind of music played here varies from Punk and Alternative rock to hardcore Progressive rock. Located on a prominent street, the venue is quite easily accessible. The facilities are decent and the crowd is generally comprises the local young people. For further information please call.
Located a few minutes from downtown, Kenyon Hall presents musical and live theater performances, including old-fashioned vaudeville shows. Seattle Artists, the non-profit organization that produces these programs purchased the historic Hokum Hall building. In addition to performances, Kenyon Hall now offers a new program called "Kindermusik," designed to teach children (newborn to age seven) music appreciation.
Located just outside Poulsbo on the Kitsap Peninsula, a short ferry ride from Seattle, this casino features blackjack, craps, Caribbean stud and Pai Gow poker, roulette, slots, live keno and bingo, plus live music on Fridays and Saturdays. The casino has no lodging, but there are hotels nearby. The casino offers a free shuttle from the ferry terminal. Buffet-style meals include an all-you-can-eat salad bar, main course and dessert, and the buffet has a different theme every day of the week.
At Roxbury Lanes & Casino, it's virtually impossible to be bored. This wonderful Seattle spot combines the joys of bowling, gambling, drinking and Chinese food into a juggernaut of fun. Take the kids for a day of family bowling, or take your pals for an evening of drinks and betting. You might never guess to find amazing Chinese food here, but visitors swear by it (especially the salt and pepper chicken wings). Whatever you choose to do here, a fun night out is guaranteed.
Come learn about the indigenous people – the Duwamish Tribe – that occupied Seattle thousands of years ago. Admission is free, so it is a great opportunity to educate yourself about those that came before. A small but beautiful museum, Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center has educational videos and interesting artifacts for visitors to examine. You may leave the experience with a heavy heart, but you will feel thankful for the experience.
Located in SoDo (South of Downtown) in the Industrial District, Big Building LLC is tucked away beneath the West Seattle Bridge. This vibrant turquoise colored building was an empty factory and is now a hub for musical events. Some of their previous listings are Juicy Moment, Stephan Childs, Apedog, The Breaks and Spry Bry.
Whether you just want to grab a quick drink after work or spend a few hours belting out your favorite tracks with your group, Hula Hula gives you just what you require. It may seem odd to discover this tropical paradise among the architectural marvels that line the streets of Queen Anne, but the welcoming atmosphere ensures that the transition is rather quick. Apart from the classic Mai Tai, the Painkiller, Bangkok Kinamona and Volcano Bowl are concoctions you have to sample. If, after downing all those delicious drinks you can find that you can still stand, you should definitely try warbling out a tune or two.
Mainstage Comedy and Music Club is a splendid entertainment-cum-dining niche in Key Arena in Seattle. The club also hosts events for sports and concert lovers. And those of you who like to team up your thrills with some grub, fret not, as this comedy club also serves some tasty quesadillas, chips, sandwiches and pizzas to make your visit deliciously eventful. Apart from comedy and music, the venue also hosts wine tasting events along with other performance-oriented nights.