Bremerton's historic Admiral Theatre is a 1942 art deco movie house, renovated in 1997, into Kitsap County's premier live entertainment and events venue. We welcome more than 50,000 patrons annually to 110 diverse performances and special events including concerts, theatre, dance, comedy, movies, and more!
Fall concert and events are on sale now, including the Rocky Horror Picture Show (10/28), The Capitol Steps (10/29), Puddles Pity Party (10/30), Warren Miller's Here, There & Everywhere (11/3), 3 Redneck Tenors (11/4), Late Nite Catechism (11/5), and more!
Give yourself over to absolute pleasure on Friday, October 28 @ 11:59 p.m. when the mother of all cult classics hits the Admiral Theatre’s big screen with a live shadow cast - starring the one and only Charles Parnell as Dr. Frank-N-Furter! Pull up your fishnets, starch your gold shorts, and get ready to become a creature of the night at the strangest, sexiest film of all ages! (Rated R. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Ticket price includes party pack.)
Before casting your ballot, catch the cast of The Capitol Steps on Saturday, October 29 @ 7:30 p.m. Pennsylvania Avenue meets Broadway in a satirical revue set to the music of classic pop hits and show tunes. The Capitol Steps poke fun at all sides and are the one thing to earn bipartisan support. Watch them take the governing class to task with wit and glee.
Don't miss Puddles Pity Party on Sunday, October 30 @ 7 p.m. In 2013, Puddles teamed up with Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox to record an epic version of Lorde’s hit song “Royals,” which instantly went viral on YouTube, receiving over 15 million views so far. The “sad clown with the golden voice” captivated audiences and media from around the world, building a fan base of more than 155,000 on Facebook. He was handpicked by Neil Patrick Harris to perform Just for Laugh’s “Circus Awesomeus,” gala filmed for HBO Canada, and Jack Black selected Puddles to perform at the 2015 Festival Supreme.
Experience dinner theatre reinvented - world class live entertainment and cuisine in a dramatic 1942 art deco movie house.
Admiral Theatre Executive Chef Ted Ness (below) has revolutionized our cabaret-style dinner theatre service since coming to the Admiral in 2013.
Chef Ness apprenticed under Master French Chef Gerard Parrat at Gerard's Relais de Lyon in Bothell, WA.
With 18 years expertise in traditional French cuisine, catering and fine dining, Chef Ness prepares culinary delights to please even the most discerning palate.
Our menu includes a selection of fine dining and homestyle entrees such as hand carved Black Angus Prime Rib, BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Fettuccini Carbonara with Andouille Sausage, fresh wild Pacific Salmon poached in white wine, lemon and butter, hand cut and dipped Tempura Cod & Chips, Crispy Bacon Mac & Cheese with smoked Gouda and aged Cheddar cheeses, and a variety of healthy salads and decadent desserts. Menus are tailored for each show and no reservations are needed!
Master Mixologist Carol Larson crafts traditional and specialty cocktails, and curates one of the Northwest's finest selections of beer, wine and liquor for your enjoyment.
SCHOOL DAY SERIES
Our Stages for All Ages School Day Series provides 10,000 local school kids with free and subsidized tickets to attend four educational interactive shows throughout the school year. The 2016-17 season includes live performances of "Mistatim," "Muffaro's Beautiful Daughters," "Peter Rabbit Tales," "Super Scientific Circus," and "Living Voices: Island of Hope." Reservations can made beginning Tuesday, September 13 (click for form).
Our K-12 Ticket to Culture provides local school choir, drama, music and stage tech programs and students with $5 subsidized and free tickets for select live music and theatrical performances throughout the school year. 2016-17 shows include "Rockapella," "The Jive Aces," "Peking Acrobats," "Shaolin Warriors," "Artrageous," "Pirates of Penzance," and "Poulenc Trio."
ACTING, DANCING, SINGING
Summer Camp 2016 performances are on Sunday, August 21 (click for details). Our intensive two-week theatre summer camp includes musical theatre workshops in acting, dance, and voice, taught by experienced artists with professional and academic backgrounds as performers, choreographers, directors and musicians. The Admiral Theatre Foundation (501c3) offers full and partial camp scholarships based on financial need and merit.