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November 21st at 3 p.m.: Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra presents Chamber Music. Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Mario Alejandro Torres are inviting you back to our live performances! On this special concert you will get to experience a more intimate setting, as we will be featuring various chamber groups from our orchestra. Come and join us for an exciting and varied program with works by Beethoven, Fučík, Copland, Busch, Sibelius, and Haydn. BUY TICKETS.

December 4th and 5th: Holiday Variety Cabaret. Join Lisa Mandelkorn & Jesse Smith in a musical celebration of the holiday season. Featuring performers Chris DiStefano and Hannah Mooney, this is an event sure to be full of cheer and certain to put you in the spirit. BUY TICKETS.

December 10th: Stand Up Comedy with Dan Rosenberg and Friends. One Night Only! Friday, December 10th @ 7:30 PM. After an almost two-year hiatus, stand up comedy is BACK at BPA! (Well ok, technically, it’s over at Bainbridge Cinemas while BPA’s theater is undergoing a major renovation, but still, Hooray! Come see some of the best nationally touring headliners from Seattle right on the BPA stage. We could have booked any of these comics as a headliner and had a great show, but instead, we booked them ALL! BUY TICKETS.

December 11th: The Edge Improv. The EDGE Improv's riotous antics have inspired rave reviews from shrewd onlookers since the dawn of time. The troupe performs to sell-out crowds regularly at BPA where their shenanigans have earned a devoted community of followers seeking respite from life’s wearisome details. For nearly a quarter century, The EDGE Improv has ingeniously improvised facts of all persuasion. Their promise of "imagination on demand" routinely relies on audience suggestions. BUY TICKETS.

December 12th: BSO Strings Presents: "Songs of the Season." Join the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra Strings for a special Holiday concert! More details to be announced soon! BUY TICKETS.

Important Notes for Attending Events at BPA

Our fully vaccinated and continuously tested team of staff, crew, and performers look forward to welcoming you to the performance. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to help make your experience more enjoyable! To ensure that you and your fellow guests have the best possible experience at BPA, please take a moment to read through our pre-show checklist:

  1. We are now performing in Theater 3 of Bainbridge Cinemas at the Pavilion, located at 403 Madison Ave. N for the duration of the BPA remodel.
  2. Every guest must check in at the BPA vaccination and ticket station in the lobby prior to the show.
  3. Please remember to bring proof of vaccination and your ID. We are unable to admit any guest without them.
  4. Masks must be worn throughout the performance. Guests who remove them may be asked to leave. All face coverings must cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings.
  5. Concessions are not permitted inside the BPA theater at this time, but are available for consumption in the lobby.
  6. Doors for the performance will not open until 15 minutes prior to show time. Guests are asked to wait in the lobby until that time.
  7. We ask you to please help us keep the volume low in the cinema hallway for the enjoyment of moviegoers in neighboring theaters.
  8. We recommend that you arrive early and enjoy the extra time in one of the several Pavilion restaurants or bars. We are unable to hold showtime for late arrivals and last-minute parking can be difficult to find.
  9. Overflow parking is available either to the north of the Pavilion behind the former Four Swallows building, two blocks south in the original BPA lot at 200 Madison Ave., or across the street in the Strength Lab parking lot.
  10. If you feel unwell, please respond to this email and we will happily provide a full refund for your tickets.
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Since 1956, Bainbridge Performing Arts has grown and reaped a communal bounty of grass-roots ARTivism, with people from all walks of life gathering under one roof to laugh, rage, and cry with friends, family, neighbors, and strangers. Visit the BPA site and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Vimeo!

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