The Paramount Theatre

911 Pine St
Seattle, WA 98101 United States
+1 206 902-5500
Price : $$ (Moderate)

About The Paramount Theatre

Since 1927, Washington residents and visitors have been entertained at Downtown Seattle’s brilliant Paramount Theatre. Millions have delighted in The Theatre’s architectural majesty, seen countless pictures, and appreciated a large number of performers from all possible corners of the earth. The story of The Theatre itself offers play as compelling as any presented on its stage or screen.

Regrettably, the Theatre slid into debt through the 80’s, making repairs impossible. The Volotin Company began attempting to sell off The Paramount’s assets and ended up filing for bankruptcy protection in late 1987 when no purchaser materialized.

Nevertheless, Paramount Theatre re-opened on March 16, 1995, establishing the newest touring production of “Miss Saigon.” Patrons were greeted by the return of Broadway to the Theatre, and welcomed by the brand new facility in all its rehabilitated glory.

What to Expect:

The Paramount hosts many great shows, including musicals, stand-up comedians, and music artists.
For sit-down shows, the venue provides auditory aids in exchange for your ID, which they will return once you hand in the borrowed auditory aid.

Additionally, there is a bar across from the entrance to the seating area where there is limited seating but a well-enough stocked bar to get your buzz going at a decent price. Just be aware that you cannot take open cups into the theatre, so you must finish your beverage before the show begins.

Nevertheless, people who have attended the Paramount Theatre have described it as having a Classy ambiance and being very loud. Furthermore, if you are looking to dance, this is not the place for you. However, if you are looking to enjoy a live show, the Paramount Theatre is the place to be, especially on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday night.

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Dress Code: Club Attire

Website: http://www.stgpresents.org/paramount/

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