See a Show at the Neptune
New year, new season at the Neptune. When the Neptune Theatre first opened in 1921, it showed the silent films of the day on its single screen. With seating for 1,000 people, a main floor and a balcony, the theater offered a magnificent viewing experience difficult to find today. In 2011, the Seattle Theatre Group began transforming the space to accommodate the performing arts while maintaining the historic architecture.
Now, the Neptune Theatre operates as one of the city’s best destinations for live performances. This January, don’t miss a Lucinda Williams concert on the 25th or Juicy J and Ladysmith Black Mambazo on the 30th and 31st, respectively. Check out the website for other events in independent film, comedy, and education.