A Variety Show is 90-minutes of action-packed entertainment provided by musicians, magicians, comics, acrobats, jugglers, and all-around awesome performers designed to keep you and your family on the edge of your seats!
Upcoming show dates
For the September show we are going sensory friendly – so we’d like to invite everyone who can’t usually attend shows for those reasons to come and be welcomed!
We are featuring Saleurn Ramos, a rather extraordinary juggler who performs at festivals and corporate events as well as teaches; Leslie Rosen who will be performing belly dance – and is on the Cirque du Soleil roster as well as having performed all over Seattle; and Morbid Curiositease who will be playing music for us!
It’s gonna be a GREAT show!
Tickets are FREE but a reservation is requested – get them here!
And there is also a Facebook event!
Accessibility: Wheelchair lift available at the SW entrance (off Brooklyn Ave). Max capacity of 550 lbs. Call UHeights staff for assistance at (206) 235-8567 – or send someone to the Auditorium and we’ll send someone. Contact Evan in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to make any special arrangements. Evan can also be texted before the show at 770-598-4987.
If you want to know what to expect at the venue and show, click here.
This show has a simple concept. I keep going to see other performers and some of them are GREAT. But they are all performing late at night in 21 and over venues. I want to show some of these acts to my kids – but I can’t! And while prices are as affordable as possible, tickets can still be out of reach of many people.
So I am bringing these acts to a venue where you can take your family and where ticket prices will not be a barrier. The acts are NOT children’s acts – but they are family friendly and you will ALL enjoy the show – art should be accessible to EVERYONE.
There are magicians, jugglers, dancers, circus artists, hula hoopers, and more – every show is different, but will come let you and your kids see what people are doing in Seattle!
The show is about ninety minutes long.