Valentine's Day: Entertainment

You don't have to do all the work this February 14. Check out some entertaining options that will help score you major points with your beloved

What's a day of love without the most famous star-crossed lovers? Benaroya Hall will present Tchaikovsky's Romeo & Juliet: A Valentine's Day Concert at 2 p.m. Prices vary.

Benaroya Hall continues its Valentine's Day tradition with a concert by Neo-Flamenco guitarist Andre Feriante. Feriante's trio, Troupe de Ville, will perform as well. 7:30 p.m.

A Moulin Rouge Quote-along? Yes please! Central Cinema presents a viewing of the Baz Luhrmann musical Feb. 12-14 at 6:30 p.m. ($10; includes a prix fixe dinner for $44). Can't make the early show? Go to the 10 p.m. 80's song sing-a-long.

Experience the PNB’s The Sleeping Beauty February 4-14 at McCaw Hall. Tchaikovsky’s work of art is faithfully portrayed and promises happily ever after. From $25-160; times vary.

Looking for a way to celebrate St. Valentine with the kids? The Seattle Children's Theatre presents: Perô. This sweet import tells the story of Colombina, an Italian washerwoman, and Perô, the baker who loves her. Through Sunday, February 14 at Eve Alvord Theatre; Times vary.

Don't miss The Triple Door's tribute to Frank Sinatra, "Sinatra at the Sands". Jim Kerl’s Swing Session big band and Joey Jewell will peform two shows: 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. $60 early show includes cover charge, choice of appetizer, entree, dessert, and a glass of champagne; $40 late show includes cover charge, dessert, and a glass of champagne.

Still need help wooing your Valentine? Check out our Secrets to Love, Dating & Sex in our City

 

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