House 10: The essential things to book in New York this week
DJ sets, a special magic show, and comedy with Roy Wood Jr
Monday 28 March 2022
1. Tribulations with Roy Wood Jr on Monday at SHNY
Roy Wood Jr of The Daily Show With Trevor Noah assembles some of his stand-up friends and a licensed therapist to help one another and anonymous audience members through their litany of real-life issues.
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2. Elise x Elisia spring swim preview on Tuesday at Ludlow House
Make your way to the Velvet Room to get a sneak peek of the upcoming Elise x Elisia collection at this spring swim preview. With the New York brand’s past collections being featured in Forbes and chosen as an editor’s pick for hottest swimsuit by Seventeen magazine, it’s an event you won’t want to miss.
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3. Cookhouse: Twins That Cook on Tuesday at SHNY
Excite your tastebuds with a special sweet and savoury tapas menu and cooking demo led by Aria and Maya Christian, also known as Twins That Cook. As part of our spotlight on women in food for Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting Aria (a musician) and Maya (a mixologist), who pivoted back to their love for cooking during the pandemic and started sharing their recipes on Instagram. A year later, their creations and big personalities have landed them on Access Hollywood and The Today Show, and led to a production deal with Gordon Ramsay for their own show debuting later this year.
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4. In Conversation: Drew Dixon on Wednesday at DUMBO
Head of Membership and Communications Karen P. Sanchez sits down and chats with music producer, TV producer, writer and activist, Drew Dixon.
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5. Real Yung Phil x Peels party on Wednesday at Ludlow House
NYC-based clothing brand, Peels, hosts a night of music and revelry, featuring a live set from rising hip-hop artist, Real Yung Phil.
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6. Soho Rising: PHABO
Soho Rising, supported by Bowers & Wilkins, is our platform for championing the best emerging talent around, giving you the chance to see the stars of tomorrow first. Previous guests have included serpentwithfeet, Joy Crookes and Arlo Parks, and now we are excited to introduce our first artist of 2022, PHABO – an LA-based R&B musician with roots in Florida.
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7. Sound Sessions: GabSoul on Friday at DUMBO
Enjoy a night of music from DJ and writer, GabSoul, as she spins a mix of Caribbean tunes that celebrate her Trinidadian and Guyanese heritage.
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8. A night of magic with John Stessel on Sunday at Ludlow
John Stessel has performed alongside some of music’s biggest names, such as 50 Cent, Travis Scott, Future and Lil Pump, and now he’s adding a night at Ludlow House to his list. Stessel is often known for his viral magic videos and has been featured on TBS, ABC, The SyFy Channel, and more. Prepare to be amazed.
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9. The Art of Storytelling: Nick Creegan at Soho House New York
Join us for a drink in the Vinyl Room as members Emanuel Nunn and Ken Gibbs host ‘The Art of Storytelling’. In this installment, they sit with actor and producer Nick Creegan. Previously seen on Law & Order, Creegan is currently a series regular on Batwoman where he made history as the first actor of colour to portray a version of the iconic villain, The Joker.
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10. One Night Only: Chefs For Impact
Leading up to Earth Day, Chefs For Impact, a non-profit organisation that raises awareness for a more sustainable food system, brings you a zero-waste dinner by chef Jehangir Mehta. Tickets are $65 plus tax and gratuity and a portion of the proceeds from this dinner will go towards Chefs For Impact’s community programming. Mehta has been lauded for his sustainable veggie-forward menus, rooted in Indian and Persian food. Throughout this dinner, Chefs For Impact and Mehta wordlessly tell a story on compassionate, sustainable dining and how we can inspire a more mindful relationship with food in ways that are good for the planet, our health, and our tastebuds.
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